Carl A. Feddeler
Licensed to practice law in 1993, Carl A. Feddeler, III has concentrated his practice on representing injured workers in workers' compensation proceedings both at the trial level before the judges of compensation claims and at the appellate level before the First District Court of Appeal.
Over the course of his practice, he has represented hundreds of workers to ensure that they received the appropriate medical and compensation benefits to which they were entitled. He is Board Certified in Workers' Compensation and is a graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and Cooley Law School, where he served on the Law Review. Outside of his practice, Mr. Feddeler is active in his church and enjoys spending time with his family.
Areas of Practice
- Workers Compensation
Certified Legal Specialties
- Workers Compensation, Board Certified
- Florida, 1993
- Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
- Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virginia
Our Practice Focus
- Worker’s Compensation
- Car Accidents
- Personal Injury
- Social Security Disability
- Employment Disputes
- Employment Law FAQ
- How Can I Avoid Jeopardizing My Case?
- What Are The Stages Of An Employment Claim?
- When Are Mental Exams By The Defense Allowed To Be Used On An Employee?
- How Should I Prepare For My Deposition?
- Who Is Protected From Discrimination By Law?
- What Counts As Illegal Employer Discrimination?
- What Kind Of Evidence Proves Retaliatory Intent?
- Are Employees At A Disadvantage During Arbitration?
- How Are Damages Calculated For Emotional Distress?
- How Will You Evaluate My Case?
- Can I Discuss My Employment Case With Friends Or Family?
- Personal Injury FAQ