Mr. Moebes started Moebes Law, LLC in 2009 and has passionately represented the injured ever since. In fact, he has recovered millions of dollars and won the right to countless medical procedures in the course of his representation of injured workers and veterans since starting his firm. He is active in the National Organization for Veterans’ Advocates, the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group, and numerous local and national bar organizations.
Ms. Cleveland joined Moebes Law, LLC bringing with her over fifteen years of paralegal experience. As a native of Gwinnett County, Ms. Cleveland received her paralegal certification from Gwinnett College and is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Liberty University minoring in military history. After graduation, Ms. Cleveland plans to obtain a M.S. in Rehabilitative Counseling.
Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Angelica Rosso comes from a large family. She learned both Spanish and English, growing up near a border town.
After graduating high school, she enrolled at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). An exciting opportunity later allowed her to relocate to Atlanta, GA, where she continued her education at Georgia Perimeter College.
Eldson McGhee began his military service with the United States Army in 1967, where he was the recipient of many distinctions, including the Air Medal, Army Accommodation Medal, Combat Infantryman Badge, Vietnam Service Medal, and the Purple Heart. Following his service, McGhee relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, where he attended college at South DeKalb Community College and Mercer University.