Bryson Hash is the founder and managing member of the Law Office of Bryson S. Hash.
Bryson graduated magna cum laude from Georgia State University College of Law with litigation honors after graduating summa cum laude from Old Dominion University with a Bachelors of Science degree in political science, where he also served as President of the Pi Sigma Alpha honor society. During law school, Bryson interned with a Superior Court of DeKalb County judge and also became a registered mediator with the State of Georgia, successfully mediating hundreds of cases.
Upon graduating law school, Bryson served as the staff attorney to the Honorable Cynthia J. Becker in the Superior Court of DeKalb County, Georgia. This experience gave him invaluable insight into the inner workings of the court system that serves as an assett he brings to all legal proceedings.
After leaving public service, he joined a litigation law firm in Buckhead specializing in complex commercial and business litigation where he successfully tried cases and secured verdicts in favor of his clients in the State and Superior Courts of Georgia as well as other proceedings in other states.
Since opening his own law firm, Bryson has handled a wide variety of business and personal legal matters for his clients, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He has secured multi million dollar settlement amounts on behalf of his clients, both individuals and corporations. Bryson also gives back to the community by providing pro bono representation to clients of limited means.
At the request of several existing clients, Bryson has expanded his practice to include estate planning, including the drafting of wills, trusts and advance directives for health care; and probate administration.
He has also helped clients and their family members recover substantial monetary awards arising from personal injuries and wrongful deaths.
Mr. Hash is admitted to all Georgia State and Superior Courts, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, and the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.