If You Are Caught Without Workers' Compensation Insurance, I Can Help You Solve the ProblemIf You Have an Uninsured Worker's Compensation Claim, I Can Help You Solve the Problem.
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George’s comment: “Co-Counsel wanted a 35% Fee from the WCAB. I told her that only 15% would be awarded, but she did not believe me. I changed the 35% Fee to 15% (after notice) to get the document approved, which was ultimately awarded. The Civil Attorney received the entire awarded 15% fee, but made the State Bar Complaint. I was found to have altered the document without her permission. All WC witnesses confirmed that a 35% fee was impossible, and I received no benefit.”
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|#1 on Workers' Compensation Leader Board||AVVO||2013|
|Approved DWC Arbitrator||Department of Industrial Relations||2012|
|#1 on Workers' Compensation Leader Board||AVVO||2012|
|Certified Specialist - Workers' Compensation Law||State Bar of California||1998|
|Honors in Criminal Justice||University of Maryland||1985|
|Owner||Law Offices of George E. Corson IV||2010 - Present|
|Partner||Bredfeldt, Corson & Odukoya, LLP||1999 - 2010|
|Adjunct Professor||Santa Ana College||1994 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|State Bar of California, Solo and Small Firm Section||Member||2010 - Present|
|State Bar of California, Workers Compensation Section||Member||1992 - Present|
|Rey Resendiz||Uninsured Claim Dismissed|
|Martin Felix||Uninsured Claim Dismissal|
|Yulonda Tisdale||Defense Verdict|
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|Apple App Store||My Comp Tool||2016|
|Western State University College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1991|
|University of Maryland, College Park||Criminal Justice||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1988|
|California Law Cable Show||Uninsured Employer Defense||2016|
|ABA Paralegal Program||Workers' Compensation for Paralegals||2008|
|ABA Paralegal Program||Workers' Compensation for Paralegals||2007|
Posted by Courtney
George Corson is a very aggressive and diligent workers' compensation defense attorney. He handles files in an expeditious manner and ensures that the client is apprised of all matters and satisfied with proposed plans of action. He is also confident and successful in litigating all matters on a file and will do so if cost efficiency is not at stake. I highly recommend this attorney.
Posted by anonymous
George Corson has handled our cases for a number of years, and has always obtained successful defenses. George is extremely knowledgeable about the applicable law, is proactive in his defense of the cases, and always keeps the client informed of the status of the case. George works well with witnesses in preparing a defense, and marshalls the facts in a manner that is properly presentable to the bench. I highly recommend George Corson.
Edward Rutyna, Workers compensation Attorney
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George Corson IV is the "go to" attorney for representation of uninsured employers in Southern California workers' compensation litigation. Mr. Corson is perhaps the only attorney in Southern California who specializes in this arcane and difficult area of workers' compensation law when an employer lacks workers' compensation insurance coverage for a claimed injury. Mr. Corson also defends employers on Labor Code 132a discrimination claims and on petitions for a finding of serious and willful misconduct of the employer. Very few attorneys have much experience in litigating these types of claims on behalf of the employer. Since he specializes in defending employers in these types of claims, he is less expensive than business litigator types that dabble in the area from time to time.
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