Our knowledgeable, experienced & compassionate attorneys & staff are devoted to recovering workers comp benefits for injured workers across Georgia, along with helping those individuals & their families through the difficult workers' comp process.
None. We work on a contingency fee, meaning we don't get paid unless & until we collect for you.
8:30-5:00 Monday-Friday; 8:30-12:00 Saturday
Hannah Stewart / Kelly Collins
Emergency After Hours
At Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP, we exclusively represent injured workers throughout the State of Georgia. The attorneys have nearly 30 years combined workers' compensation experience. Aggressive represenation is guaranteed to serve your needs.
The lawyers at Cummings & Middlebrooks, LLP, handle a variety of work-related injuries including back, neck and spine injuries; injuries to the knee, hip, shoulder and elbow (joint injuries); repetitive use/repetitive trauma injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome & cubital tunnel syndrome; traumatic brain injuries; catastrophic injuries; and death claims.
Tracy W. Middlebrooks, III
Tracy W. Middlebrooks III is a native of Augusta, Georgia. He graduated from Auburn University and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Cumberland School of Law of Samford University. Mr. Middlebrooks began his legal career practicing general civil litigation during which time he obtained significant experience in Georgia's Magistrate, State and Superior Courts. Subsequently, he focused his practice on workers' compensation and joined a prestigious workers' compensation law firm in Atlanta, during which tenure he published articles in the firm's client journal and served as a faculty member for Lorman Educational Services. He is admitted to practice in all Georgia state courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, and has extensive trial experience before the State Board of Workers' Compensation and Magistrate, State and Superior courts throughout Georgia.
Bar Number: Active/good standing
Georgia , 1999
Cumberland School of Law of Samford University
Bachelor of Arts
William M. Cummings, II
William M. Cummings II is a workers' compensation trial lawyer. Mr. Cummings, a native of Cedartown, Georgia, graduated from Auburn University and obtained his Juris Doctor degree from Mercer University. He began his legal career as a law clerk for the Houston Judicial Circuit (Perry, Georgia) serving under the Honorable Judges George F. Nunn, Jr., L.A. McConnell, Jr., and Edward D. Lukemire. Subsequently, Mr. Cummings worked as a Staff Attorney for the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation, during which time he obtained certification as a mediator and performed numerous mediations involving a variety of workers' compensation issues. Mr. Cummings then joined a prestigious law firm in Atlanta where he focused his practice on Workers' Compensation. During his tenure, he published numerous articles in the firm's client journal, and served as a faculty member for Lorman Educational Services and the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation Annual Seminar in Atlanta. Mr. Cummings then opened his firm in 2005 to focus solely on the representation of injured workers. He has extensive trial and mediation experience before the Georgia State Board of Workers' Compensation. Mr. Cummings is admitted to practice law in all Georgia state courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia.
Mr. Cummings was selected as a Georgia Super Lawyer for 2012.
Bar Number: Active/good standing
Georgia , 1996
Mercer University, Walter F. George School of Law
Received a Bachelor of Science degree from Auburn University in 1993
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