Tyler has experience handling workers’ compensation claims at all stages from file opening to appellate practice. He has successfully tried claims in the courtroom – experience he utilizes in pushing each claim towards its appropriate resolution, whatever that may be. Tyler has written articles on such topics as the current state of the law in Georgia and on the particular benefits of mediating to resolve difficult claims.
During law school at the University Of Georgia School Of Law, Tyler worked for the Gwinnett County Law Department where he assisted in developing county ordinances and representing the county’s interests in tax disputes. He also worked for a general practice in Athens, Georgia where he worked on all phases of criminal trials as well as on landlord-tenant disputes and family law cases. Tyler was also involved in the law school’s Environmental Law Practicum where he was an author on a guidance document analyzing southeastern states’ water allocation policies and regulations.
Tyler received his undergraduate degree in history from the University of Georgia. Before beginning law school, Tyler spent his summers in Alaska working as a ferry boat captain.