Elizabeth Sullivan became a workers’ compensation lawyer in order to help claimants help themselves in the legal world and bring them hope for the future. The best results in a workers’ compensation claim are usually achieved by using effective legal representation rather than going it alone, and Elizabeth wants to make sure that deserving people are not too intimidated to file a claim. “I am proud to be the person on whom they can depend when life seems to be spinning out of control,” she says. “I want to be the one constant they can count on.”
Elizabeth values getting to know her clients and forming relationships with them while helping them get through a tough time. Hardworking and committed to seeing the job through, Elizabeth maintains a positive attitude about her clients and her work even when cases are complex and difficult. She is married, loves UGA football and basketball, and enjoys travelling and trying food from all over the world. Elizabeth has a rescue pup named Luna.
As an undergraduate at the University of Georgia, Elizabeth completed a double major in criminal justice and speech communication along with a minor in Spanish. Her law degree is from the Georgia State University College of Law.
Her Bar admissions include: The Supreme Court of Georgia, the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, and the State Court of Georgia.