Ronni Bright represents a wide array of employers, insurance providers and third-party administrators in risk management and workers’ compensation litigation.
Ronni masterfully handles all aspects of litigation and trial for her clients, having practiced in multiple jurisdictions. Ronni’s clients include a national staffing agency and employers in the retail, trucking, health care, hospitality and construction industries
As an example of Ronni’s focused and zealous advocacy on behalf of her clients, Ronni recently succeeded in defending against a motion for change of physician by quickly ascertaining relevant facts and law. Her successful defense resulted in the employer maintaining control over medical benefits. Additionally, she secured an order from the state board following a full trial in which the employer was not ordered to authorize a spinal cord stimulator recommended by a referral physician.
Ronni quickly assesses a client’s defense needs and takes the appropriate action. With her effective and timely communication, Ronni has resolved claims within 60 days of the referral.
Ronni’s calm and focused demeanor and her tenacious execution help inspire trust from her clients. Ronni defines excellence as understanding the law and empowering clients with that understanding. They are confident in Ronni’s ability to accomplish what may seem like the impossible to achieve their desired outcome.
- Atlanta Claims Association
- Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys
- State Bar of Georgia
Ronni annually participates in the Atlanta Meaningful Miles 5K charity race hosted by Back on My Feet, a national organization operating in 12 major cities across the US, combating homelessness through the power of running, community support and essential employment and housing resources.
- Northeast Hilton Atlanta, 04.20.2018
Publications and Presentations
- "Getting Answers to Questionable Claims," CLM Magazine, March 2019
- “Uncovering the Truth in a Questionable Claim: An Employer’s Guide to Minimizing Workers’ Compensation Abuse,” CLM Magazine, October 2018
Webinar, “How to Handle PMT Conference Client Presentation: Ethical Use of Surveillance and Social Media,” March 2018