Noah Bader is a former bankruptcy attorney who understands the devastating and long-term financial impact an injury can have on workers and their families. Growing up in and around a medical practice that treated workers’ compensation patients, he could see the difference an effective attorney could make in a patient’s life.
Noah’s greatest strengths are his honesty, reliability, and his ability to invest himself in each client’s situation. “I communicate with my clients openly and offer them the advice as if they were part of my family,” he says. “I’m proud that my clients give me the responsibility to guide them toward a solution with great and meaningful consequences.” He is excited by the opportunity to connect with people and create options and opportunities for his clients and their families.
Noah was born and raised in Miami, Florida and is a fan of the Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes, and Miami Heat. He graduated with honors in political science with a minor in anthropology from Muhlenberg College, and attended the Samford University, Cumberland School of Law. He clerked for former Circuit Judge R.A. “Sonny” Ferguson, 10th Judicial Circuit, Domestic Relations Division. Noah is admitted to the bar at the Superior Courts of the State of Georgia and the U.S. District Court in both the Northern and Middle districts of Georgia. He has a French bulldog named Gigi.