Attorney Carlos Corless, originally from Venezuela, resides and works in Atlanta and has over 19 years of legal experience. As a bilingual attorney, he is involved in meeting the legal needs of the growing Latino community in Georgia and the Southeast.
Through extensive experience in court that he has gained since he began practicing law in 1992, he has led numerous clients to obtain positive results in workers' compensation and personal injury cases, in addition to other legal matters.
As a bold and steadfast lawyer, Mr. Corless has represented clients in the Georgia State Board of Worker's Compensation and has obtained more than $20 million in compensation for clients who deserved to be paid for personal injuries and workers' compensation.
Our AttorneysWhen you choose our law office to handle your workers’ compensation or personal injury case, you will benefit directly from the more than 20 years of experience offered by founder Carlos L. Corless
Education:University of Georgia, B.A.
Georgia State University College of Law, J.D.
Bar and Court Admissions:State Bar of Georgia
Georgia Court of Appeals
Supreme Court of Georgia
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
Attorney Zane Bradford is a north Alabama native who grew up in a small town 40 miles north of Birmingham.
He is also a veteran who joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve before graduating from high school. He attended the University of Alabama for his undergraduate studies where he was on the Dean's List, and was activated before his graduation by the Marines for service during the first Gulf War in January of 1991.
Zane served for three months at Camp Pendleton and 29 Palms, California with the 5th Marine Expeditionary Force during Operation Desert Shield/ Desert Storm before returning home. Upon graduating from Alabama, Zane spent another year of study at a business school in Liege, Belgium, Les Hautes Etudes Commerciales, where he took all of his classes in French.
After a career in corporate sales, Zane attended law school at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School while raising his son as a single father. He became a member of the Georgia Bar in 2018, and is admitted to practice in the Superior and Supreme Courts of the state of Georgia, as well as in the U.S. District Court of Northern Georgia.
In his spare time, he enjoys exercising, cooking, traveling, playing drums, and spending time with his son. Zane understands first-hand how injuries can negatively impact the quality of your life and those of your family, and is here to help you when you need it the most.
Marshall Lee Portivent, Jr.
Marshall Lee Portivent, our Associate Attorney, was born into a working-class family from South Georgia. Growing up, he went to school and worked at his family’s small construction business. While in college, Marshall continued to work to pay for his education. He earned his Associate's degree in Political Science with Honors. After two years of working as an over-the-road, long haul truck driver, he went back to college, where he graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Minor in History. Soon thereafter, Marshall began studying at Mercer University School of Law. He interned for a Superior Court Judge and worked at a personal injury and workers' compensation law firm, where he discovered that he wanted to spend his career helping injured individuals. In his 3rd year of law school, he was selected to join the prestigious and very selective William A. Bootle Inn of Court, and represented Mercer at the AAJ Mock Trial Competition.
Marshall has many years of experience working in litigation at reputable law firms. After working as a litigator at renowned law firms representing insurance companies and corporations for several years, Marshall decided it was time to switch sides, and pursue his passion for representing the injured individuals and their families.
Due to his experience in the insurance industry, Marshall has distinctive insight into how insurance companies work, and, more importantly, how they value cases. Additionally, having worked in the real world as a truck driver and working his way through school, he has developed a unique perspective on what it is like for real, hard-working people to have their finances compromised when they get hurt, through no fault of their own. This is not just a job to Marshall - this is his calling.