LeRyan Lambert

LeRyan Lambert

Qualifications

LeRyan Lambert has been an personal injury defense and workers’ compensation litigator with Eraclides since February 2015 in its Georgia office. For almost a decade, LeRyan has successfully litigated before judges and juries in state, superior, federal, administrative, and appellate courts throughout the State of Georgia. Prior to joining Eraclides Gelman, LeRyan successfully litigated and favorably resolved numerous civil actions involving medical malpractice, premises liability, slip and fall, security negligence, automobile collisions, and wrongful death claims as well as workers’ compensation claims. LeRyan also successfully practiced in the areas of transactional contracts as well as domestic and criminal law litigation. Since joining Eraclides, she has utilized this experience to effectively defend companies and their insurers against personal injury claims involving wrongful death, retail slip and fall, employment related assaults, motor vehicle accidents, and general liability claims, including successfully procuring summary judgment and assessed attorneys’ fees against plaintiffs for frivolous litigation. LeRyan also concentrates on representing Employers and Insurers in workers’ compensation claims.

Areas of Practice

  • Workers' Compensation Defense
  • General Liability Defense

Education

  • University of Miami (FL), B.A, History and Political Science
  • Emory University School of Law, J.D.

Bar & Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Superior Court of Georgia
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • The Georgia Bar Tort and Insurance Law Section
  • The Georgia Bar General Practice and Trial Law Section
  • The Georgia Bar Appellate Practice Division
  • The Georgia Bar Workers’ Compensation Division
  • The Georgia Bar Young Lawyer’s Division

Seminars and Classes Taught

  • Morehouse School of Medicine – Physician Employment Agreements (2015)