Motorcycle Accident Attorney in Statesboro, GA

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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 drivers. Don’t settle for less after a motorcycle crash. Instead, put your faith in attorney Marsh because auto accidents are our specialty.

Attorney Marsh Makes the Difference in Motorcycle Cases

Attorney Troy Marsh focuses on motorcycle injury cases because when you’ve been hurt or lost a loved one, you need someone who knows what they’re doing. You need someone ready to fight for you and your family.

With over 26 years of experience, attorney Marsh has gained a reputation as an honest, hardworking attorney. He works to hold the right people accountable for motorcycle accident injuries or fatalities. He will quickly assess your case, identify the driver at fault, gather evidence of your damages, and present your claim to the insurer. We’re ready to demand the maximum value for your settlement.

Hire the Right Georgia Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

There are a lot of attorneys out there. They don’t all have the same experience or provide the same level of service to motorcycle riders.

When going up against an insurer’s adjusters and lawyers, you need someone with years of negotiation and trial experience. That’s where The Marsh Law Firm comes in.

When attorney Marsh handles your motorcycle injury or fatality case:


Mr. Marsh is your only lawyer. Attorney Marsh is the only lawyer handling your case and talking with you. Even if he associates with another attorney for their specific skills (at no additional cost to you), he will still be your lawyer.


Mr. Marsh updates you weekly. You’ll never go long periods without hearing from your lawyer. You can expect a weekly call with attorney Marsh. He will always be available to talk, answer your questions, and address your concerns.


Mr. Marsh can get results. With over two decades of experience, attorney Marsh knows how to build a successful motorcycle accident case. That means identifying the liable party, gathering evidence of negligence and your injuries, and demanding the insurer respond fairly to your claim. When necessary, he’ll prepare your case for court.


Mr. Marsh takes the risk. You don’t have to worry about upfront attorney’s fees or court costs. You’ll work with attorney Marsh to assess your case and determine what it is worth. This value includes your medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, property damage, and more. He takes on the costs of your case while fighting for a settlement. You don’t pay unless we win.

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

As of September 2020, there were 1,194 motorcycles registered in Bulloch County and 199,550 motorcycles registered throughout Georgia.

Motorcycles, although fewer than cars, aren’t rare. Drivers should know to look out for them. But so often, they don’t. The Marsh Law Firm is here to help when your motorcycle accident was caused by:


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 motorcycle accident?

Too often, motorcycle riders are wrongfully blamed for collisions. To win a motorcycle accident lawsuit or insurance claim, you have to prove another party was responsible for the wreck and your injuries. Proving fault means showing another motorist owed you a duty of care but was careless. This is known as negligence.

Proving Fault in Motorcycle Accidents

Proving negligence isn’t always easy. But Troy Marsh knows how. It starts with gathering evidence, like the police report, photos, and eyewitness statements.

He’ll present this evidence in a way that demonstrates the other driver didn’t obey a traffic law or behaved unreasonably behind the wheel, causing the crash. Attorney Marsh also collects your medical records and bills because you have to prove you were hurt to receive compensation.

What to expect after being injured in a motorcycle crash?

When you or a loved one are riding a motorcycle, you’re vulnerable. There isn’t a cage of metal, plastic, and airbags to protect you. Whether you’re t-boned or rear-ended on a motorcycle, you can suffer serious, catastrophic, or fatal injuries.

  • Road rash
  • Concussion
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Leg injuries
  • Foot injuries
  • Neck and back injuries
  • Ruptured and herniated discs
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Partial or complete paralysis
  • Nerve damage
  • Broken bones
  • Lacerations and contusions
  • Internal bleeding

Demand Max Compensation for Your Injuries

One of the biggest benefits of hiring a motorcycle attorney is understanding how much your case is worth. When someone else causes the crash, you’re entitled to more than money for your damaged bike and medical expenses. Attorney Marsh takes all of your physical, emotional, and financial injuries seriously and fights for you to receive every penny.

Losses you can recover compensation for include:

Guidance & Advice after a Motorcycle Crash

You don’t have to go through this alone. We are here to help deal with getting your motorcycle repaired or replaced. If you’re suffering from injuries, we make sure you get proper medical care. We work closely with you to document how your injuries impacted your life, and we’ll use this evidence to demand full and fair compensation.

Pursuing a Motorcycle Accident Settlement and Lawsuit

After a serious motorcycle crash, you might get a call from an insurance adjuster. When it’s clear the other driver was at fault, their insurer will want to resolve the claim quickly. Why? Because it helps them pay less. You should be wary of a quick settlement offer and talk with a lawyer as soon as possible.

With attorney Troy Marsh’s level of experience in motorcycle accident cases, he knows how to calculate the value of your claim and assess offers. If it covers your costs, he’ll say so. If it doesn’t, he’ll fight for more through settlement negotiations or filing a motorcycle crash lawsuit.

Why Trial Experience is Important

Though most personal injury and wrongful death claims are settled with insurance companies, there’s no guarantee. A benefit of working with attorney Marsh is his years of trial experience. He knows how to prepare your case for court from the very beginning. He will make sure you file a motorcycle accident lawsuit before the statute of limitations runs out.

Motorcycle Accident FAQs

There are some myths and stigma around motorcyclists. Some drivers think you’re reckless if you ride a motorcycle. We know better. We won’t let an at-fault driver and their insurer blame you for a crash you didn’t cause. But you should be prepared for this issue and Georgia’s comparative negligence law. Under this law, each person involved is assigned a percentage of fault. If your 50% or more at fault, you can’t get compensation for your injuries.

Georgia has a strict motorcycle helmet law. You are required to wear a helmet approved by the Department of Transportation at all times. If you weren’t wearing a helmet at the time of the crash, the other driver might try to use this against you. It could impact how much compensation you receive for your injuries.

If your spouse, parent, or child died in a motorcycle crash caused by another driver, call The Marsh Law Firm right away. You and your loved one’s estate might have the right to file a wrongful death claim and/or a survival claim. Attorney Tory Marsh will quickly assess your situation and recommend how to move forward.

Georgia’s personal injury and wrongful death statutes of limitations are usually two years, but they can be much less. If you were injured in a crash, you usually have two years from the accident date to file. If your loved one died, you may have only two years or less from the date of death to file. But certain factors give you more or less time. Always have an attorney calculate your filing deadline.