Carrying on the Legacy of George Aaron
We are saddened by the death of respected attorney George Aaron in September. George was held in high regard by his clients and his colleagues, having spent almost 40 years practicing Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability Law.
Carrying on George's legacy of dedication and commitment to injured workers was paramount to his wife, Susan. We at Gordon, Edelstein, Krepack, Grant, Felton & Goldstein, LLP (GEK) are honored that she has entrusted her husband's clients to our firm. We have known George professionally for many years, during which time we developed a mutually reverential relationship, bonding over the need to fight for justice for those without a voice.
GEK has been representing injured people for more than 30 years through our Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability practice areas. We understand, as did George, that serious injuries are life-changing events for the injured and their families, and therefore will provide his clients with the highest quality legal services consistent with our commitment to George and Susan.
An example of George's commitment to providing the best legal representation for his clients is an article he wrote for Advocate, the Journal of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles, entitled "Alternate Legal Universes." In it, George explores what we at GEK have long talked about—the interplay between Workers' Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security Disability law. We are privileged to share this article in his memory; George was a true champion for the underdog.