Daniel McCarterOf Counsel
Attorney Daniel McCarter brings to the firm a decade of experience, skill, and advocacy on behalf of clients who need it most. His areas of practice focus on representing employers and insurers in commercial litigation, as he is particularly passionate about fighting on behalf of injured workers in the state of Georgia, seeking workers’ compensation for their injuries and more. Thanks to his extensive experience and education regarding insurance companies and human resources departments, Mr. McCarter serves as an invaluable addition to our trusted legal team.
A strong advocate and success-driven attorney, Mr. McCarter believes in exhausting every possibility in the hopes of obtaining the most beneficial results possible. He is unwavering resilient in his pursuit of justice, and never fails to lead each and every one of his cases with respect, integrity, compassion, and innovation. Prior to joining our firm, he has spent a significant amount of time working in civil defense, as well as commercial, general business, and employment litigation.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Mr. McCarter earned his J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law in only 2 and a half years, graduating with honors. He has since been named as one of Georgia Trend’s 2015 Legal Elite in Employment Law. Mr. McCarter has also been published a number of times, including “The Idiosyncrasies of the Idiopathic Defense” for the Swift Currie First Report, as well as his contributions to the American Bar Association’s 2014 Committee on Federal Labor Standards Legislation on the Family and Medical Leave Act.
A strong proponent of community service, Mr. McCarter has performed client-intakes for Atlanta Legal Aid Society, and has counseled non-profit organizations in Atlanta, successfully lowering company overhead and increasing revenue. Mr. McCarter is also part of the American Bar Association.
In his spare time, he enjoys music and spending time outdoors, and is currently working to earn his amateur race driving license.