Thomas O'Brien – Feiler & Associates


Greater Atlanta Area, 30338United States

Practice/Organization Description

Thomas C. O’Brien has spent his entire career in health benefits. Prior to practicing law he worked in Finance, Medical Economics, and Network Development for some of the nation’s largest health insurers, including Prudential, Aetna, and New York Life. His experience with health insurance allows him unique insight that lends itself well to the causes of the patients and providers he now represents. Thomas has represented hundreds and hundreds of Georgia patients before Social Security, and actively litigates on behalf of medical providers throughout the State of Georgia. Thomas earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Business Economics from the University of Notre Dame, his Master of Business Administration in Finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from Georgia State University.

Bar Admissions

Admitted, Northern and Middle Districts of Georgia, and 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Admitted State Bar of Georgia, Georgia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Georgia. Accredited Attorney - Department of Veterans Affairs, Admitted - U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims

Education

Georgia State University College of Law

Professional Associations & Memberships

NOSSCR, HFMA, GSASC, MGMA, GAHA.

Honors and Awards

Avvo.com Attorney Rating: Superb

Martindale Client Reviews: Pre-eminent

Member: Omicron Delta Epsilon - International Honor Society in Economics

Member: Financial Management Association - International Honor Society

Areas of Practice
  • Government
  • Health
  • Insurance
  • Military Law
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