Ralph R. Lorberbaum is a partner in Zipperer, Lorberbaum & Beauvais in Savannah, GA, where he specializes in state and federal workers' compensation cases representing the injured worker.
Mr. Lorberbaum is a graduate of the University of Georgia (B.B.A. 1970) and Emory University School of Law (J.D. 1973).
He has served on the State of Georgia Workers' Compensation Advisory Board, as well as the State of Georgia Workers' Compensation Rules and Mediation
Committee. He is a member of the American Board of Advocates, the Workplace Injury Litigation Group (WILG), and has been certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA). He is a member of the American College of Workers' Compensation Attorneys and has been selected as a Top Lawyer in the State of Georgia in the area of workers' compensation for years.
Ralph is a writer/editor of The Longshore Textbook, and he is a frequent lecturer on topics involving state and federal workers' compensation. He is a
founder of and past president of the Joint DOL Bar. He is on the Advisory Board for the Benefits Review Board Service, as well as the Annual Longshore Conference put on by the Loyola School of Law and the US Department of Labor. Most importantly, he was one of the founding
members of WILG.
Mediation areas: Longshore & Harbor Workers' Compensation, Georgia State Workers' Compensation, Defense Base Act, and Personal Injury Claims
Email Ralph at [email protected]