Traci D. Teer is a senior attorney practicing workers’ compensation defense at Swift Currie, guiding employers, insurers and third-party administrators through complex medical issues impacting work status and multiple injury claims.
For more than 20 years, Traci has worked alongside her clients throughout all stages of the workers’ compensation process, from the initial report of an accident through settlement and/or trial before administrative law judges. She began trying cases at the outset of her legal career and has represented clients before the Appellate Division of the State Board of Workers’ Compensation, state and superior courts throughout Georgia and the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
Traci possesses extensive experience bringing costly workers’ compensation claims to a conclusion, providing a step-by-step process to give her clients a clear view of where the claim is heading. Recognizing every client is different, Traci commits to tailoring her approach to defending each client and takes care to learn its business goals, needs and concerns in order to foster a collaborative relationship and craft a strategy to limit costs and exposure. She strives to provide excellent representation for every matter and believes there is no substitute for a well-prepared defense.
Traci is active with Kids’ Chance of Georgia, Inc., a charitable organization providing educational scholarships to children of Georgia workers who were fatally or catastrophically injured on the job. She also serves as co-chair of the annual ICLE Dinner and Silent Auction.
- Kids' Chance of Georgia, Co-Chair of ICLE Dinner and Silent Auction
- State Bar of Georgia
Traci is an avid gardener, golf enthusiast and devoted fan of the North Carolina Tarheels.
- CLM Magazine, 11.11.2021
- Webinar, 06.30.2021
- Georgia, 1989
Georgia State University College of Law (J.D., 1989)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (B.S., 1986)