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Before joining the Wetherington Law Firm, Isaac worked at law firms in Georgia and Florida focusing on catastrophic injury claims.

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About Isaac

Isaac exhibits a dynamic legal acumen rooted in his experience as an investigator, advocate, and Georgia State University educated attorney. His time at the HeLP Legal Services Clinic sharpened his practical skills, preparing him to tackle real-world legal challenges. Preceding his legal career, Isaac attained a BA in Film Production from Keene State College, during which he was lauded on the Dean’s List and garnered multiple festival accolades.

Prior to his legal career, Isaac served as a fervent advocate for human rights. Isaac served with Vermont Psychiatric Survivors as a Patient and Community Advocate, making tangible impacts on mental health advocacy and policy reform. His hands-on support for involuntary patients and his facilitation of critical services highlight his dedication to justice and community welfare.

A zealous proponent of equity, Isaac has advocated for fair treatment and wages for immigrant laborers, proving his commitment to social justice extends beyond the courtroom. With a background as diverse as his, Isaac brings a unique perspective to the Wetherington Law Firm, ready to apply his deep understanding of the law with the same tenacity he advocates for those without a voice.

BIOGRAPHY

OUTSIDE THE OFFICE

AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Professional Memberships

  • Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • American Bar Association

PRACTICE AREAS

Isaac is currently accepting cases involving serious injury, wrongful death, or are suitable for class-wide treatment.

Isaac is particularly interested in new cases involving:

  • Car accidents; and
  • Wrongful Death;
  • Injuries caused by unsafe conditions, particularly those involving construction defects;
  • Large product warranty claims;
  • Nursing home abuse;
  • Home healthcare abuse or neglect; and
  • Business contract disputes in excess of $10,000,000.