Head-On Collision Lawyer in Statesboro, GA

Don’t try to deal with a head-on accident alone. The Marsh Law Firm helps injury victims in and around Statesboro, Georgia. For over two decades, attorney Marsh has leveled the playing field between ordinary people and insurance companies by holding negligent drivers responsible and demanding fair outcomes. Never settle for less. Trust attorney Marsh to put his all into your case.

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Available 24/7 / Free consultation / No fee unless you win

"No fee unless you win" refers only to fees charged by the attorney. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client. Contingent fees are not permitted in all types of cases.*

Attorney Marsh Makes the Difference in Your Case

Because our practice focuses on vehicle accidents, we know what it takes to win a head-on collision settlement or court award. Over 26 years of experience has taught Troy Marsh how to gather evidence, craft strong arguments, and demand that insurers come to the table with realistic offers.

Mr. Marsh is a hard-working attorney who believes in holding the right people accountable. He will listen to your story and quickly assess your case, identifying those at fault for the front-end collision and your injuries. Then, he will compile evidence regarding the crash and your injuries, like your medical records, and present your claim so it maximizes its value without adding stress to your life.

Hire the Right Lawyer for the Representation You Deserve

Head-on collisions cause serious, and in some cases, fatal injuries. The outcome can be devastating if someone wasn’t wearing a seatbelt or a vehicle didn’t have airbags. When you’re facing such a tough situation, you need a car accident lawyer to fight for you and your family.

Your attorney needs to stands up to insurers and at-fault drivers.

When attorney Marsh handles your head-on car accident claim:

  • Only Troy Marsh is your lawyer. In rare cases, Mr. Marsh associates with another lawyer because of their particular skills in a certain area of law (at no additional cost to you). But your lawyer will always be Troy Marsh, and that’s who you’ll talk to.
  • You’ll talk to Troy at least once each week. You’ll never go weeks without an update. You can expect a call at least once a week with Mr. Marsh, giving you a chance to learn about your case’s progress and ask any questions.
  • You can expect results. You’ll know from the very beginning what type of outcome Mr. Marsh anticipates. While he can’t guarantee anything, he has two decades of experience handling car accident claims. He’ll always give you his honest opinion about your chance of receiving compensation and how much. Then, he fights with everything he’s got to get the best possible result.
  • You get max value for minimal risk. With front-end collision injuries, you’ve got enough to deal with. That’s why there is no fee unless The Marsh Law Firm wins your case. When you give us a call, attorney Marsh will assess your losses with you, including your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Do You Have a Case? Tell Us About the Accident

When everyone drives carefully, frontal collisions can be avoided. Yet, according to the statistics, head-on crashes are more prevalent in rural areas and often cause fatal injuries. The Marsh Law Firm can help if you or a relative’s accident was the result of:

  • Drunk driver
  • Distracted driver
  • Wrong way driving
  • Falling asleep at the wheel
  • Bad weather and low visibility
  • Improper passing
  • Ignoring traffic signs or signals

Who Is to Blame for a Head-On Collision?

The person at fault for the head-on car accident is the person who failed to drive carefully or obey the law. This is known as failing to uphold the duty of ordinary care or negligence. With the help of a head-on collision attorney, you can present evidence that the other driver owed you a duty of care, failed to live up to that responsibility, and caused you harm.

Proving Fault With Evidence

To prove your case, attorney Marsh immediately sets out to gather evidence. This includes the police report and any tickets issued, vehicle inspection reports, photos of the crash scene, and eyewitness statements. By reconstructing the accident and clearly assigning responsibility, your case for compensation gets a lot stronger.

What to Expect After Being Hurt in a Head-On Collision

Head-on accidents, depending on the speed of the vehicles, can lead to catastrophic injuries. We are here to demand you receive fair compensation if you or a loved one suffered:

We Aggressively Pursue Maximum Compensation

Attorney Troy Marsh will urgently pursue compensation from the insurance company because that’s what these cases require. He’ll demand compensation not only for your physical injuries but also for your mental and emotional injuries.

Some of the losses you can recover compensation for include:

You’re going through a lot right now, and you shouldn’t have to do it all alone. We know it can be frustrating navigating the health care system. Attorney Marsh will help you get proper medical care and deal with the bills.

We’ll also help you compile the documentation about your injuries and losses, which support your demand for compensation. Let us explain what you’re entitled to and what proof you need to get the max.

Head-On Collision Settlements and Filing Lawsuits

An adjuster from the other driver’s insurance company might call you soon after the crash. They might have questions or even an initial settlement offer. We highly recommend you talk with a lawyer before answering questions or accepting an offer. Quick offers are low offers. It probably doesn’t cover all of your damages.

By consulting with an experienced attorney like Troy Marsh, you have someone who knows how to evaluate your claim and any offer to decide if it’s enough. Attorney Marsh has a history of success in auto accident claims and lawsuits in Georgia. He knows how to make the insurer take your case seriously and bring a better offer to the table.

Prepare for Court & Recover More

One of the benefits of hiring an experienced trial lawyer is knowing your claim will be prepared to go to court if necessary. While most car accident claims settle out of court with an insurer, filing a lawsuit might be the right move. It protects your claim from the statute of limitations. It also gives you access to evidence that is unavailable without the discovery process.

Head-On Accident FAQs

The statute of limitations is a deadline for how long you have to file a lawsuit. In Georgia, the deadline for a personal injury lawsuit is usually two years, but it can be much less. Generally, that means you have two years from the date of the crash to file. But different factors can give you more or less time, which is why it’s important to hire a lawyer.

It depends on your case and the evidence available. Every car accident insurance claim is different. If the issue of fault is straightforward, you might receive a fair offer within weeks or months. But the more complex or contentious the claim, the longer it will take. Never hesitate to ask an attorney how long each phase of your claim or lawsuit might take.

Unfortunately, there is no average settlement for a car accident. How much your case is worth depends heavily on your injuries and losses. The more severe your injuries and the greater your medical bills, the more your case is usually worth. Other factors that increase your claim’s value are how long you have to go without working, whether your injuries reduce your future earnings, and how well you can establish your pain and suffering.