Ramos Participates in Walk for the Empowerment of Asians-Americans

On October 10, 2009, Bryan Ramos, an Asian workers’ compensation attorney, participated in the Center for Pan Asian Community Services’ (CPACS) “Together Empowering Asian-American Walk”.   The event was held at the CPACS center in Doraville, Georgia, and included numerous members from the various Asian communities including Filipino, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese among others. “Georgia has the second fastest growing Asian-American population in the United States,” commented Bryan Ramos, “however, their interests are generally under represented in leadership roles in government.”  The event was designed to unify the Asian-American community. For more information, please contact the Ramos Law...

Ramos attends GALEO Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon

On October 9, 2009, Bryan Ramos, the managing workers’ compensation attorney, attended the Georgia Association of Latin Elected Officials (GALEO)  Hispanic Heritage Month Luncheon at the Gwinnett Technical College in Lawrenceville, Georgia.   The keynote speaker was Juan Andrade, Ph.D., president of the U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute.  Other notable attendees were Former Governor, Roy Barnes; DeKalb State Court Judge, J. Antonio DelCampo; and representatives from Senator Johnny Isakson’s office. “Dr. Andrade has clarified the significant impact that Latinos have in our economy and culture,” commented Bryan Ramos.  “There is no denying that the Latino and Hispanic workers have contributed to Georgia.  The contributions these workers have on the daily economy are substantial,” Ramos further stated. For more information, please contact the Ramos Law...