Elijah Davis has dedicated his practice to defending employers, insurers, and third party administrators in workers’ compensation claims. He has considerable experience in insurance litigation defense and specializes in the Federal Tax Code (26 U.S.C., et seq.) and Georgia’s Workers’ Compensation Act (O.C.G.A. 34-9, et seq.). Elijah regularly represents clients before state agencies, including administrative hearings before the State Board of Workers’ Compensation.
At Stanton, he’ll continue to focus on and build his civil mediation practice for workers’ compensation claims. Elijah believes alternative dispute resolution through mediation is an integral part of the claims process. He aims to understand each party’s values and how those values might impact the mediation.
Elijah utilizes his diverse educational background to help clients navigate complex rules and regulations. He takes particular pride in seeing his clients grow their business and focus on their own goals after their legal matters have been resolved.
Throughout his career, Elijah has settled more than $2 million worth of workers’ compensation claims. He has deposed claimants and expert witnesses, as well as defended claims for catastrophic injuries and death benefits. Elijah brings a comprehensive perspective that allows him to view each claim through multiple perspectives.
Prior to earning his J.D. from Georgia State University College of Law, Elijah received a B.S. in human services from Kennesaw State University, where he also studied French, Spanish and German. He also holds Master degrees in health administration and business administration from Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business. He’s studying to become proficient in Japanese and plans to travel to Japan in 2022 to celebrate Hanami.