Dave Rhodes practices in the workers' compensation section of the firm. He was admitted to practice in Georgia in 2012 and has concentrated his area of practice in workers' compensation defense and liability defense. Mr. Rhodes received his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law where he participated in the school's Health Law Partnership Clinic and was an active member of the Student Health Law Association's Moot Court team.
Mr. Rhodes earned his B.A. degree from the University of Georgia in 2001. Upon graduation, he was commissioned as an infantry officer in the United States Army, twice deploying in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following law school, Mr. Rhodes received a direct commission from the Tennessee National Guard and currently serves part-time as trial counsel for the 230th Sustainment Brigade.
State Bar of Georgia
Mr. Rhodes, his wife Sharon, and daughter Regan, are long-time residents of Decatur, Georgia. He is an active member of Oak Grove United Methodist Church, and enjoys running and playing tennis.