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What Kinds Of Clients Have You Had In The Past?

All kinds. I've represented a wide variety of clients, including but not limited to: accountants, administrative assistants, analysts, architects, attorneys, bankers, carpet mill workers, carpenters, cashiers, CEOs, chiropractors, construction workers, cooks, dentists, doctors, electricians, engineers, farmers, internists, janitors, laborers, lawyers, managers (e.g., carpet mill), mechanics, miners, nurses, office clerks, owners (e.g., daycare center), packers/packagers, pediatricians, plumbers, police officers, professors, psychiatrists, psychologists, retail salespersons, salespersons, secretaries, security guards, stock clerks, surgeons, teachers, truck drivers, vice-presidents (e.g., bank), veterinarians, waiters/waitresses, welders, and so on.


Seth has always been compelled to excel, whether it meant earning his Eagle Scout as a teenager, participating in theater, debate and varsity football in high school, his Rhodes Scholar candidacy in college, or opening his own law firm. He also perseveres in situations others might shy away from, whether it involves sky-diving, rappelling down a mountain, white-water rafting, participating in marathons and triathlons, writing a novel, or lecturing nationally to large audiences about the vagaries of ERISA.


Seth is committed to serving disabled individuals. He is proud of his work in prominent organizations such as the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the Tennessee Bar Association (TBA) and Hospice. Seth is past-Chair of both AAJ's & TBA's Disability Law Sections, past-President of the Chattanooga Trial Lawyers Association, a 2-time recipient of the Pro Bono Excellence Award, and a 7 year member of the Board of Directors for Hospice of Chattanooga.