Liam works as one of Spaulding Injury Law’s pre-litigation paralegals. In this role with the Firm, Liam is responsible for working closely with our accident attorneys to ensure our clients are well taken care of from the moment they hire Spaulding Injury Law: Atlanta Personal Injury & Car Accident Lawyer through the conclusion of the pre-litigation process whether that is through a settlement or moving the case into litigation. This includes ensuring each client injured in an accident gets the best in treatment for their injuries; working with each client to ensure the treatment process goes smoothly for the client and any scheduling issues are handled expeditiously; to obtaining all medical records and other evidence to ensure the maximum recovery can be pursued against any responsible parties by our accident lawyers.
Liam is a native of New York. In high school, he was part of the ROTC and was awarded the Distinguished Military Graduate award given to the top 10% of the Country’s ROTC graduates for displaying qualities of leadership fit for military service. After high school, he attended Norwich University in Northfield, Vermont. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in Criminal Justice and a minor in Leadership. In his senior year, he was selected to study abroad at the Australian Defense Force Academy where he worked directly with the members of various country’s army, navy and air forces.
Before coming to Georgia to join Spaulding Injury Law: Atlanta Personal Injury & Car Accident Lawyer, Liam served in the United States Army for five years based out of Fort Carson, Colorado as an Infantry Officer. Liam quickly rose the ranks first becoming a Platoon Leader where he was responsible for over thirty-five soldiers’ development within the Army. He later was promoted to second in command of a company as its Company Executive Officer where he was responsible for sustainment and training of over 150 soldiers through two successful rotations to the Joint Readiness Training Center and the National Training Center.
Liam’s goal is to become an attorney so he can continue his service to those injured due to the negligence of others. He plans on attending law school shortly and to fulfill his goal of becoming a practicing lawyer.