Before becoming an attorney and a mediator, Michael was a client representative with IBM and then a licensed Life & Health / Property & Casualty insurance agent while simultaneously serving as a Medical Service Corps officer in the Tennessee Air National Guard.
When he was 6 weeks from graduating from law school, his Air National Guard unit was activated, and he deployed to Camp Wolf in Kuwait and Camp Anaconda in Iraq during Spring/Summer 2003 and facilitated the aeromedical evacuation of wounded warriors during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Upon returning home from war and finishing law school, Michael spent three years representing employers and insurers in litigated workers' compensation claims at the law firm of Drew, Eckl & Farnham before joining the legal team at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company for two years.
After five years of insurance defense experience, Michael began representing injured workers and disabled veterans in 2009. More recently, he became a registered neutral by the Georgia Supreme Court and conducts workers' compensation mediations throughout the state.
When not practicing law, Lieutenant Colonel Moebes continues to serve as a Medical Service Corps officer, having transitioned from the Air National Guard to the U.S. Air Force Reserves.
When not serving his country, mediating, or practicing law, Michael and his family enjoy exploring U.S. national parks and UNESCO world heritage sites throughout the globe.