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I am John Steel

Your trial attorney and Partner at Steel & Moss LLP

John D. Steel

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EDUCATION

J.D, University of North Carolina
B.A, University of North Carolina, Honors


HONORS

Best Lawyers in America (17 years)
Georgia Super Lawyer (17 years)
AV Preeminent Rating Martindale Hubbell (Peer and Judiciary )
Academy Rail Labor Attorneys


EXPERIENCE

Trials in Federal and (8) State Courts
36+ years in Transportation, Personal Injury and Commercial Disputes

JOHN D. STEEL a native of Durham, North Carolina and is a 1984 graduate of the University of North Carolina Law School and a 1981 honors graduate of the University of North Carolina. Selected by his peers to be included in The Best Lawyers in America, Georgia Super Lawyers, Top 100 Trial Lawyers (Georgia) and is AV peer rated by Martindale Hubbell. Memberships include the Atlanta and American Bar Associations; State Bar of Georgia (Member, General Practice and Trial Law Section); Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Champion); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Member, Railroad Section) and Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys.



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Steel & Moss in the Media


The Partners of Steel & Moss are often found at local community events, sharing their knowledge and helping to inform individuals about their rights when going to trial.

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September 14, 2020

When Congress made the provision for Occupational Disability for railroad employees it was noted that social security disability, although requiring the annuitant to be disabled from all regular and substantial work, insurance was provided by Medicare, taxes were less and dependent children were eligible, making the social security disability benefits significantly greater than the railroad […]

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August 28, 2020

Dismissals have caused the current connection to be of much more concern now than in the past. A current connection is required for survivor benefits, supplemental payment, and occupational disability. It is not required for regular retirement based on age and service years or total disability. An employee or former employee loses current connection due […]

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March 14, 2020

On March 14, BLET Division 607 (Cleveland, Ohio) and the Ohio State Legislature Board hosted a whistleblower and harassment workshop for all railroad workers in the Cleveland area. Approximately 71 attendees participated, representing 15 different BLET Divisions and numerous crafts from other railroad unions. In addition to BLET members, other unions in attendance included the […]

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October 18, 2019

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