Nick Hollander

Atlanta, GA

Nick Hollander

Atlanta, GA

Nick represents insurance companies and large self-insured employers in workers’ compensation matters in the firm’s Atlanta office. Prior to joining MGC, he worked at small and medium law firms practicing the entire range of insurance defense in worker's compensation and general liability. Nick is fully trial certified in all appellate and federal courts in the State of Georgia and has reported appellate cases, including:

Southway Industrial Services, Inc. v. Boyd, 283 Ga. App. 850, 642 S.E.2d 889 (2007)

Williams v. J.J. Butler, Inc., 253 Ga. App. 116, 558 S.E.2d 449 (2001)

Christensen v. Overseas Partners Capital, Inc., 249 Ga. App. 827, 549 S.E.2d 784 (2001)

Sequoia Residential Roofing v. Hanlake, 247 Ga. App. 460, 543 S.E.2d 816 (2001)

Nick has 25 years of experience practicing law and understands his clients’ needs. He says,

“Although I work at an insurance defense firm, I take pride in billing myself as an insurance offense lawyer, meaning that claims and cases have better outcomes when they are attacked at the outset, and even before that, when working with clients in order to eliminate, avoid and mitigate claims before they ever enter into litigation. My clients should expect from me the ability to anticipate issues so as to either eliminate them or minimize their impact, as well as to provide the best type of advice that provides the best outcome from a cost – benefit perspective.”

In his free time, Nick enjoys spending time with his wife, three children and exercising. He also enjoys collecting bourbon and has an extensive collection.

Practice Areas

Workers' Compensation

Curriculum Vitae

Education (2)
  • University of Maryland (JD)
  • Cornell University (BA)
Professional Memberships (3)
  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Maryland State Bar
  • District of Columbia Bar
Bar Admissions (3)
  • Maryland (1997)
  • Georgia (1998)
  • District of Columbia (1998)
Certifications (1)
  • Fully Trial Certified - all applellate and federal courts in the State of Georgia