Attorney Bryan Baer established The Baer Law Firm in 2020 to fight for innocent injury victims. He has been selected to Super Lawyers from 2015-2020 and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Dedicated to achieving justice for the wrongfully injured, Bryan leverages his former experience with defending insurance companies to your advantage.
"When I sit down with a client who has been injured or has lost a loved one through the recklessness or negligence of another, I can't help but think of my wife, Holly, and our children Ellison and Brooks. So when I'm helping my clients cope with the aftermath of a tragedy, I take care of them the way I would want someone to take care of us if tragedy struck our family." --Attorney Bryan Baer
Attorney Bryan Baer graduated cum laude with an undergraduate degree in economics from the University of Georgia. After a few years working as a consultant at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), he went back to the University of Georgia and obtained his law degree. His background in economics and consulting have served him well in his law career as he adeptly builds consensus around the facts and value of the case with all opposing parties. Before focusing his practice areas on representing innocent injury victims in 2011, Bryan defended insurance companies and represented businesses.
“While I learned a ton, I did not find this sort of work as satisfying. I am proud of the work I do now and take great satisfaction in helping those seriously injured recover from their loss.” --Attorney Bryan Baer
Bryan is often asked to speak at legal seminars and Continued Legal Education (CLE) courses which are offered to allow lawyers to continue their professional development. Active attorneys within Georgia are required to complete a minimum of 12 hours of CLE courses each year. Bryan is frequently asked to share his insight and expertise at legal seminars and CLE courses throughout the state. He has recently given presentations on topics such as “Representing Seriously Injured Minors” and “Maximizing Damages at Trial.”