Timothy M. Klob attended Georgia State University College of Law and graduated in 1994. Prior to law school, Mr. Klob obtained a bachelor's degree in civil engineering in 1988 from the University of Texas at Arlington. While in law school, Tim worked as a civil engineer with the Georgia Department of Transportation and earned his license as a Professional Engineer (P.E.).
Mr. Klob is a retired Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel with over 20 years of prior service as a military lawyer in the Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps. His assignments in the Army included representing wounded warriors in medical disability hearings at Fort Hood, Texas and providing legal assistance to Soldiers and their families at Fort Benning, Georgia. Tim is accredited to represent veterans in claims for VA disability benefits and is admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Prior to assuming his current role with the Law Offices of Humberto Izquierdo, Mr. Klob was managing partner for a plaintiff’s workers’ compensation law firm in Walton County, Georgia where he handled hundreds of claims for injured workers and disabled individuals. Mr. Klob has also served as a magistrate court judge in Gwinnett County and is registered as a mediator by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution. He has been selected for the Georgia Super Lawyers list, a rating service of outstanding lawyers for which no more than five percent of lawyers in each state are selected each year, for 2012 and 2014-2021. Tim has also been awarded the “AV-Preeminent” designation by Martindale-Hubbell, based upon peer review as to ethics and professionalism.
In his free time, Tim enjoys playing the guitar and spending time with his family and rescue dogs.