Emily J. Truitt represents employers in workers’ compensation claims, whether advising clients in negotiations to settle a case or litigating on their behalf in the courtroom. Her client advocacy includes a strong ability to balance her clients’ viewpoints with the best interests of their businesses.
Emily represents clients in the restaurant, hospitality, construction, health care, staffing, manufacturing and retail industries, as well as franchisees.
Emily is a strong communicator and makes every effort to know all the players in the industry, from opposing counsel to other defense attorneys and judges. She leverages these relationships to best represent her clients and achieve their legal objectives.
Emily brings compassion and sensitivity to her work with her clients because she understands how companies can suffer from abuse of workers’ compensation benefits.
- State Bar of Georgia
Outside of the office, Emily enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and their dogs. She has a true compassion and love for animals and is a certified therapy dog trainer. In her free time, she enjoys yoga, traveling, reading and cooking.
- Risk Management, 02.07.2019
- "The Ever-Evolving Idiopathic Defense," Risk Management, February 2019
- "Pick Your Battles: Deciding When to Deny a Fight Case;" The First Report, Spring 2018
- "Don’t Get Backed Over: Navigating Your Way Through the Parking Lot Exception," The First Report, Spring 2017
- "Should Employees Be Held Accountable for Failing to Look Out for Their Own Safety," The First Report, Spring 2015