Attention to Detail Attention to Clients
Whether a high-dollar personal injury case involving catastrophic injuries or a lawsuit in small claims court, the Law Office of Bryan A. Brooks strives to provide zealous representation to clients. What does that mean? It means paying attention to the small details of each case and treating every client with respect. It also means an attorney is intimately involved in your personal injury case and guides it from beginning to end. This differs from some offices with a high volume of cases, where attorneys may have little if any involvement before a lawsuit is filed. Why does that matter? It helps ensure steps are taken to prepare your case for trial, like tracking down eyewitnesses and obtaining the documents that help prove your case.
Attorney Bryan A. Brooks
Bryan began his second career as an attorney in 2009 after working for seven years as a newspaper reporter in Tennessee and Georgia.
Early in his legal career, Bryan primarily represented businesses in contract-based litigation. He then followed his desire to help people — the same desire that initially led him to print journalism — and he began representing individuals seeking compensation from insurance companies for injuries caused by negligence.
As a newspaper reporter, Bryan won several awards, including the highest award for investigative journalism in Tennessee. After graduating from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta in 2009, Bryan over the course of three days took the Georgia bar exam in Atlanta and the Tennessee bar exam in Nashville and passed both. He is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Tennessee.
Bryan was selected by other attorneys for the 2016, 2017, and 2018 Georgia Rising Stars list published annually in Super Lawyers magazine and Atlanta Magazine. Each year no more than 2.5% of lawyers in Georgia are chosen for the list.
When not working, Bryan spends time with his wife and two small children, he roots for the Atlanta Braves baseball team, and in the summer he tends to his vegetable garden. Bryan and his family attend Peachtree Corners Baptist Church.
John Marshall Law School - Atlanta
Juris Doctor, 2009
Middle Tennessee State University
B.A., Print Journalism, 2000
Activities & Affiliations
• Georgia Trial Lawyers Association
• Georgia, Tennessee