Georgia Workers’
Compensation Law

It’s All We Do.

Georgia Workers’ Compensation Law

It’s All We Do.

What Makes Our Firm The Firm To Trust With Your Workers’ Compensation Claim

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. We devote our complete attention 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 playsBryan Hawkins spent the first half of his career handling workers’ compensation claims for employers.
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Photo of attorney Bryan S. Hawkins
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“To schedule your free initial consultation, or if I can answer any questions you may have about Georgia Workers’ Compensation, call me in Augusta at (706) 305-1130. I look forward to answering all your questions, getting to know you personally, and advocating for your rights as your Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer and friend.”

Bryan S. Hawkins

Georgia Workers’ Compensation Attorney

We Advocate For Workers

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.

We Look Forward To Getting To Know You

If you work in manual labor or at a dangerous job, don’t succumb to the belief that getting hurt “just comes with the job.” If you work in an office, a school, a retirement home, a hospital or in hospice care, don’t fall for the myth that your work injury may not be serious enough to qualify for workers’ comp.

The Georgia workers’ compensation system was set up to help you, and there is a Georgia law firm you can turn to for the compassionate, aggressive and experienced legal representation you deserve: The Law Office of Bryan S. Hawkins.

We proudly represent workers across Georgia — and if you can’t meet us in our Augusta office, we will come to you.

If we can answer any questions you may have or to schedule your free initial consultation with a lawyer, call us in Augusta at (706) 305-1130 or fill out our online contact form. We look forward to getting to know you personally, helping you navigate the system and advocating for your rights.

We Can Represent You

We commonly help teachers, paraprofessionals, lab technicians and others who work in schools, medical laboratories, research facilities and office environments such as T-Mobile’s call center in Augusta. Indoor work comes with its own injury risks, including repetitive stress on joints, injuries from heavy lifting, occupational noise exposure and others.

We can even represent you if you are not from Georgia, but were injured while working here, and that includes immigrant workers — regardless of your immigration status.