Bus Accident Lawyers in Statesboro, Georgia

No one should deal with the aftermath of a bus accident alone.

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The Marsh Law Firm helps injury victims in and around Statesboro, Georgia get the attention and compensation they deserve from negligent bus drivers, their employers, and large insurance carriers. Don’t settle for less. Instead, put your faith in attorney Marsh because auto accidents are our specialty.

Attorney Marsh Makes the Difference in Your Case

Our practice focuses on vehicle accidents because whether you’ve been injured in a school bus accident, a collision with a tour bus, a charter bus, or public transportation bus, you need someone who knows what they are doing. That’s where the Marsh Law Firm Comes in.

As a bus accident lawyer with over 26 years of experience, Troy Marsh is a hard-working trial attorney who can hold the right people accountable. We will assess your case quickly, identify those at-fault, gather all of your medical records and bills, and present your claim in a way that reduces your stress and maximizes its value.

Hire The Right Lawyer For the Representation You Deserve

Georgia bus accidents often result in serious, painful injuries and being forced to deal with large insurance companies.

They’ll have teams of attorneys devoted to limiting what they owe or shifting the blame. You may even be pressured to accept a settlement.

When attorney Marsh handles a bus accident case…


Your lawyer will always be Troy Marsh. Even if Mr. Marsh associates another lawyer because of her/his particular skill in a specific area (there is no additional cost to you), Mr. Marsh will still be your lawyer, and you still talk to him.


Your questions get answered. In fact, you can expect a call at least once a week so you can get an update, ask any questions, or express any concerns. Mr. Marsh wants you to rest easy knowing a hard working attorney is looking out for you.


Your lawyer can get results. With over two decades of experience and a history of getting injury victims relief, Mr. Marsh knows what makes for a successful injury claim. This means identifying those at fault, making the insurer respond, negotiating for higher awards, and if necessary preparing the strongest possible case for trial.


You get max value for minimal risk. Most injury lawyers take cases on a contingency basis. This can lead to quick settlements for less than you deserve. Instead, we’ll assess your losses together, and include future lost wages, medical treatment, and your pain and suffering. If an offer covers everything, he’ll say so. If you can do better, he’ll fight for it. And, there is no fee unless you win.

Do you have a case? Tell us about the accident.

Bus crashes/collisions in Georgia and throughout the nation are on the rise, as are injuries and fatalities that occur.

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration indicates that thousands of people are injured in bus accidents each year throughout the U.S. This includes school bus crashes/collisions, tour bus crashes/collisions, Georgia’s public transportation bus crashes/collisions, privately chartered bus crashes/collisions, and more.

Bus crashes can occur for a wide variety of reasons, including:

  • Bus driver negligence
  • Drowsy driving
  • Use of prescription pills, cough medicine, or other drugs and medications
  • Failure to stop at a stop sign or traffic light
  • Failure to yield
  • Improper maintenance
  • Defective equipment or tires
  • Poor weather conditions
  • Road hazards or dangerous roadways


4,000,000 recovered for our clients in 2020.

Each accident is different, and the results that we’ve achieved for our clients should not be considered an expectation for what we can do for you. We are providing examples of case victories to illustrate that we fight hard for our clients to get meaningful results.

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Who is to blame for your bus accident?

While a bus crash/collision can be the fault of the bus driver, it also can be the responsibility of someone or something else.

The bus company, school or school district may be at fault for lack of maintenance.

The tire company may be held liable for defective tires.

Another motorist could be held responsible after crashing into the bus.

We’ll Help Prove Fault

It can feel like an uphill battle. But an in-depth investigation from a lawyer with specific insight and experience handling bus accidents can provide a clear path. Attorney Marsh will collect the evidence, reconstruct the accident, examine the bus driver’s history, review the company or school records, and clearly establish who is financially liable.

What to expect after a school bus accident.

As a parent, your children are the most precious things in the world. When they’re school-aged, you put them on a bus five days each week and entrust the bus driver and the school district to keep them safe and get them home at the end of the day. When a school bus is involved in a crash with another vehicle, that can be a horrifying experience for a parent.

Getting a call from the school or a hospital saying that your child has been injured can cause tremendous worry and anxiety, and probably some anger that your child was hurt because of someone else’s negligence.

School Bus Accident Injuries

It’s not uncommon for children’s school bus-related injuries to be caused by other drivers. In Georgia, drivers are required to stop when a school bus stops to let students on or off. Numerous children are hurt each year when drivers fail to stop or try to pass a school bus while children are crossing the street to get on the bus or after exiting the bus.

When a crash involves another vehicle hitting the bus, injuries can be serious since many school buses are not required to have seat belts. School bus crashes/collisions also can involve injuries to numerous students, making lawsuits seeking compensation somewhat complicated.

School Bus Accident Compensation

If your child was injured in a crash/collision in which another motor vehicle hit a school bus, you may be able to recover compensation from the at-fault driver’s insurance company.

Some of the losses you can recover financial compensation for include:

Sometimes a child is injured because the bus driver wasn’t paying proper attention or wasn’t properly trained. Children can be hurt when a bus driver hits an object, another vehicle, or the bus moves while children are getting on or off.

When the school bus driver is at fault, you may be able to recover compensation from the school district, However, recovering damages from a school district, which is a government entity, can be a long and challenging process that may require a lawsuit.

Pursuing a Bus Accident Settlement & Filing Lawsuits

An insurance adjuster or school district representative may contact you soon after the crash offering a quick settlement. Be wary of low-ball offers because they are meant to resolve your case before you can consult a lawyer and they rarely cover all your damages.

By working with a lawyer like Troy Marsh, you can show them that you’re treating your case seriously and so should they. This often ends with them coming to the negotiation table and higher settlement offers.

We Make the Process Work for You

Choosing to hire an experienced trial lawyer has the added benefit of preparing your claim for court. While most claims get resolved with a settlement, filing a bus accident lawsuit protects you from the statute of limitations and grants you access to otherwise unavailable evidence through the discovery phase.