Natalie E. Rogers
- Georgia State College of Law (J.D., 2011)
- Queen's University (Bachelor of Arts (Honors), 2008)
Natalie Rogers practices primarily in the area of workers’ compensation defense. Ms. Rogers has significant experience representing employers, insurers, self-insurers and third party administrators in workers’ compensation claims throughout Georgia. She has written on a variety of topics related to employer claim management, the compensability of various types of injury, and light duty return to work issues. Ms. Rogers represents employers in a range of industries including big-box retailers, industrial manufacturers, staffing and professional employer organizations, freight and transportation companies, and liquor and food distributors, to name just a few.
Ms. Rogers, a dual Canadian-American citizen, graduated with distinction from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, with a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Psychology. She then returned to Georgia where she attended Georgia State University College of Law, graduating magna cum laude. While in law school, Ms. Rogers served as an Associate Student Writing Editor for the Georgia State Law Review.
State Bar of Georgia
Publications and Presentations
- "Achieving a Meeting of Minds with Opposing Counsel: Professional Expectations and Modes of Communication," ICLE: State Bar Series; ADR in the Workers' Compensation Arena, January 19, 2017
- Co-authored "The Art of Properly Suspending Benefits on a Form WC-2," The First Report Newsletter (Spring 2016)
- "Psychological Claims and Super-Added Injuries: Learning One Concept to Better Understand the Other" - A Claimscene, the Atlanta Claims Association Newsletter (December 2014)