Law Office

The Law Office of Bryan S. Hawkins, LLC seeks to provide Georgia workers with compassionate, aggressive, and experienced legal representation in the area of workers' compensation law. Our careful attention to detail, coupled with our unparalleled focus on customer service, has enabled the firm to establish a solid reputation in the Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia metropolitan areas. Further, our willingness to travel throughout the State of Georgia embodies our passion for helping individuals and families throughout the workers' compensation process. Mr. Hawkins personally handles every case and returns every telephone call within 24 hours. Simply put, our clients are our family, and their justice is our purpose.

Georgia Workers' Compensation Advocate Blog

Mr. Hawkins has devoted his career to providing assistance to Georgia workers and is an expert in Georgia workers' compensation law. He strives to publish his blog in "easy to understand" terms that address both the most common questions he receives from his clients as well as the latest information and news pertaining to Georgia workers' compensation law. The Georgia Workers' Compensation Act and the Board Rules of the State Board of Workers' Compensation are daunting to navigate alone--with a number of governing rules, time limitations, exceptions, and defenses. Mr. Hawkins strives to provide his readers and his clients with a roadmap to assist each individual in navigating through the claims process and ensure they are obtaining the monetary and medical benefits they're entitled to under Georgia law.

Specific Practice Areas

  • Weekly monetary benefits
  • Medical treatment
  • Permanent disability benefits
  • Lifetime monetary benefits for catastrophically injured workers
  • Second opinions from non-biased physicians (Independent Medical Examinations)
  • Changes in authorized treating physicians
  • Verification of accurate workers' compensation rates (Average Weekly Wage verification)
  • Representation at all phases of litigation and appeals
  • Representation at all phases of mediation and lump sum settlement agreements
  • Rehabilitation and second career training
  • Prescription drugs
  • Physical therapy
  • Pain management
  • Back Injuries
  • Burn Injuries
  • Knee Injuries
  • Shoulder Injuries
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Gradually Acquired Injuries
  • Death Benefits
  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (Formerly Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy)
  • Amputation Injuries
  • On-The-Job Car Accidents
  • Paralysis
  • Psychological Injuries
  • Nerve Damage