If you were injured on the job, you have come to the right place. At The Law Office of Bryan S. Hawkins, we focus exclusively on representing Georgia workers who have been injured on the job. What makes us different?
First of all, we care about our clients. We return every phone call. We answer every question. Our clients are never just names and numbers to us, and many have become life-long friends. With the addition of associate attorney Arthur E. Snead, we now have the capacity to devote even more time to the hardworking people we are passionate about helping.
Second, we understand what you are going through. You may not be receiving your lost wages. You may be tired of going to insurance company doctors or struggling to get crucial prescriptions and procedures approved at all.
Third, we know all of the other team's calls and plays. Bryan Hawkins spent the first half of his career handling workers' compensation claims for employers and insurance companies.
Our passion is helping hardworking people get their full benefits through the Georgia workers' compensation system.
We fight for the men and women who go to work every day at construction sites, on assembly lines, at paper mills, at battery plants, at factories, at Plant Vogtle — even civilians hired to build or operate the new U.S. Army Cyber Command headquarters at Fort Gordon.
We advocate for workers who perform dangerous activities for the public good such as policing our streets, guarding our prisoners, putting out our fires, and building our roads and bridges.
In the health care system, our clients have included registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs), certified nursing assistants (CNAs) and even temporary staff members who were injured while caring for others in hospitals, clinics, skilled nursing facilities or state mental hospitals such as East Central Regional Hospital and Gracewood. We also help those injured while performing hospice work or home health care.