Accomplished Atlanta, Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
At the law office of Sadow & Froy, our clients’ workers’ compensation cases are confidently handled by attorneys Susan J. Sadow and Heather D. Froy. Both Ms. Sadow and Ms. Froy are experienced, aggressive lawyers dedicated to doing everything in their power to assist clients who have suffered serious or Catastrophic on-the-job injuries.
Susan J. Sadow
Our founding attorney, Ms. Sadow attended college at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in History and French in 1978. Ms. Sadow received her Juris Doctorate from Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Georgia in 1981. She has successfully settled thousands of cases, quite a number of which were in the 7-figure range. Ms. Sadow is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and she has served as the past Chairperson of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Atlanta Bar Association. She is AV-rated* under Martindale Hubbell’s peer review rating system. Ms. Sadow is proud to be a member of WILG - Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group. WILG is a national non-profit organization dedicated to representing the interests of millions of workers and their families who suffer the consequence of workplace injuries and illnesses each year and need legal assistance to obtain medical care and other relief under state workers’ compensation programs.
Ms. Sadow served for over a decade on the Public Education Committee of the Chairman’s Advisory Council of the State Board of Workers’ Compensation. Ms. Sadow has been actively involved with Kids' Chance, Inc. Ms. Sadow served for many years as a member of the Board of Directors.
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