Our Attorneys

Susan J. Mager – Attorney At Law


From an early age, Susan had compassion for people who suffered some type of wrong. She has dedicated her professional career to helping those who have suffered an on-the-job injury.

Susan specializes in workers’ compensation law. With fifteen years of experience in all facets of workers’ compensation law, she has dealt with a diverse spectrum of client issues and case matters. In building the foundation of The Law Office of Susan Mager and fostering its growth, she has strived to develop client relationships that are long-term in nature, and has always made it a point to be focused on client objectives and responsive to client needs.


“In 15 years of practicing law, I’ve learned that the most valuable skill that a lawyer can possess is the ability to listen carefully to clients.” – Susan Mager, Founding Partner


Bar Admissions & Education

  • Member of the State Bar of Georgia since 2003
  • Member of the Florida Bar since 2001
  • University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law
  • Juris Doctor with Honors, 2001
  • University of Florida, B.H.S. with Honors, 1998

Honors & Awards

  • Georgia Super Lawyer, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2003
  • Georgia Rising Star, Atlanta Magazine, 2003
  • Trial Practice Book Award, 2001
  • Martindale-Hubbell, AV Preeminent Rating, 2016susan-av-rating


Whitney Roughen – Attorney At Law


If you’ve been injured at work, you have a valuable, dedicated ally in Whitney Roughen. Whitney takes a lot of pride in representing our firm’s clients and her attention to detail, sharp decision making and true empathy for those injured on the job are just some of the reasons she’s an important part of our team.

Whitney Roughen grew up in Arkansas and attended the University of Tennessee. She is the daughter of a pilot and journalist. Whitney is not only smart and capable, but compassionate too. She is a persuasive arguer and is always prepared. Clients appreciate her work ethic and that she’s always available to answer questions.

“Helping clients is what it’s all about,” says Ms. Roughen. “Insurance companies often want to push workers around and dictate the terms hoping the employee won’t seek representation. But once an injured worker calls our firm and I’m on the case, I won’t stop until justice is served.”


Bar Admission & Education

  • Member of the State Bar of Georgia since 2013
  • University of Arkansas William H. Bowen School of Law
  • Juris Doctor, 2012
  • University of Tennessee BA Cum Laude, 2006


Michelle Avis – Attorney At Law


Michelle Avis was a respiratory therapist for 19 years. After nearly two decades of helping patients, she decided she wanted to help people in a new way. Michelle used all of her retirement savings to attend law school and become an attorney. Now a practicing attorney in Georgia, Michelle brings extensive knowledge from the medical field and her strong sense of compassion to help her clients receive their due compensation.

“In a way, I’m still helping people breathe easier. Having an attorney on your side, who knows the law and has the experience of effectively reaching your goals, alleviates a lot of stress. Being able to do that as part of my job is an honor and a privilege,” says Michelle.

Bar Admissions & Education

  • Member of the State Bar of Georgia
  • Florida Supreme Court, Qualified Arbitrator
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center, Juris Doctor, 2014
  • Hodges University, Naples, Florida, Cum Laude, 2010

Honors & Awards

  • CAVC Bar Association Judicial Conference Scholarship, Honorable Mention
  • Dean’s Honor List, Fall 2009, Summer 2010


Jennifer Wittich – Attorney At Law


Jennifer grew up one of nine kids on a horse farm in Lake Ariel, PA. It was there, at an early age, that Jennifer developed her incredible work ethic. She worked with horses, gave riding lessons, and even managed a tack store. She worked equally hard in school, graduating with an undergraduate degree from Penn State in Crime, Law, and Justice.

Jennifer was offered one of the best jobs available in her area. It was a job working at a large insurance company. She hated it and to make things worse, it was February and the temperatures were below zero. Justice and fairness always meant a lot to Jennifer and she wanted to make a difference in people’s lives. She decided to move to the South and apply to law school. We’re so glad she did.

If you’re looking for a hard-working, extremely ethical attorney who lives for helping the underdog, you’ll find just that in Jennifer. Almost anything Jennifer puts her mind to, she can accomplish. In her free time, Jennifer loves spending time with two really special little girls, going for hikes, and participating in ballroom dance.


Bar Admission & Education

  • Member of the State Bar of Georgia since 2016
  • Savannah Law School
  • Juris Doctor, 2016
  • Penn State University, Bachelor of Science in Crime, Law, and Justice, 2011