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At The Marsh Law Firm, we’re devoted to helping accident victims in and around Bulloch County, Georgia. We know how frightening and frustrating these experiences are. But, you don’t have to go it alone or accept less than you deserve.
The Marsh Law Firm is available 24/7. Contact us at (912) 764-7388 for a free consultation. You will only pay when you win compensation.
Statesboro personal injury attorney Troy Marsh has over 26 years of experience fighting for accident victims’ rights. He’s dedicated his legal career to helping people just like you after an injury or accident. Whether you were hurt in a fender bender or a pile-up on Interstate 16, his goal is to win you the best personal injury settlement possible.
With his record of success and hard-working reputation, let Troy assess your case fast, identify those to blame, gather all the documents and evidence you need, and present your personal injury claim in a way that reduces your stress and maximizes its value.
Hiring a personal injury lawyer can be scary. You might worry about the cost of dealing with a large firm where you’re just another case file. When you hire attorney Troy Marsh, you receive dedicated and transparent representation. You can sleep at night knowing someone has your back.
When attorney Marsh handles your case:
Your lawyer will always be Troy Marsh. Even if Mr. Marsh associates with other injury lawyers because of their skills in a specific area at no additional cost, Mr. Marsh will be your only lawyer. You talk with him.
Your questions get answered. Mr. Marsh will always be available to talk about your case. You can expect him to update you at least once a week.
Your lawyer can get results. With over two decades of experience, Mr. Marsh knows what he’s doing. While he can’t guarantee a specific outcome of a case, he knows how to figure out who was at fault, gather evidence, and negotiate higher awards. He’ll also prepare for a personal injury lawsuit, if necessary.
You get max value for minimal risk. Mr. Marsh will never push you into a low settlement. He’ll work to fully assess your damages, including medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If an offer doesn’t cover everything, he’ll tell you so. And he’ll go back to the negotiations table to fight for more.
With a population of over 30,000, Statesboro, Georgia, sees plenty of traffic. While it’d be nice if everyone drives carefully and obeys the law, the reality is different. Many drivers are careless or reckless behind the wheel, putting you and your loved ones in danger.
At The Marsh Law Firm, we help after:
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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After an injury, it’s up to you to prove fault and show another person was negligent. What does that mean? Someone was supposed to be careful and reasonable. By failing to behave that way, they caused your accident and injuries.
Proving negligence in a personal injury case isn’t always easy. It’s best to have an experienced Statesboro personal injury firm do the leg work. The Marsh Law Firm gathers evidence and knows how to present it to an insurance company or court.
You need to know that the party legally responsible for your injuries might not be the at-fault driver. Sometimes, another person or business is responsible for the negligent person’s actions. For example, if an on-duty worker caused your injuries, their employer may be liable.
Another essential factor is comparative negligence. Two or more people could be at fault for an accident. You could be partly to blame, too. In that case, a court assigns a percentage of responsibility to each party. To receive compensation, you must prove that the other party was at least 50.1% at fault. In other words, you are entitled to compensation as long as you’re less than 50% at fault. If you and the other party were equally to blame, or 50/50 at fault, you are not entitled to recover any compensation. When you’re between 1% and 49% responsible, the judge or jury will reduce your award by your percentage of fault.
You might not like the idea of going to court. But talking to a personal injury lawyer is always in your best interest. Filing an insurance claim isn’t about being litigious or vengeful. It’s about getting the compensation the law entitles you to.
Attorney Troy Marsh is here to win max compensation for your:
Some accidents cause minor-to-moderate injuries. Others change lives forever. When you’re dealing with injuries another person caused, we fight for you to win the maximum financial recovery possible.
Compensation may cover:
You’re probably wondering how much your case is worth. Talk to an injury lawyer after an accident about this. Several factors influence the final amount of a settlement or court award.
There are many steps to winning compensation through an injury claim. We recommend notifying your insurer if you were hurt. But after that, it’s best to not answer an insurer’s questions without consulting a personal injury lawyer first.
Insurers want what’s best for them, not you and your family. Troy Marsh prioritizes what you need and protects you from lowball insurance settlement offers.
Let us dive into an investigation. We’ll gather as much evidence as possible, including any police reports, video, photos, witness statements, medical records, and expert opinions. We’ll get to the bottom of what happened. That way, we know who to hold responsible.
We also gather information about your physical, emotional, and financial injuries. That gives us a basis for demanding what’s right. In many cases, this leads to an out-of-court settlement.
Sometimes, we need to go to court. That doesn’t mean we’ll go through a trial. Attorney Marsh explains when filing a personal injury lawsuit and going to trial are your best options.
If you are recovering from serious injuries that are someone else’s fault, then yes. A personal injury attorney’s purpose is to maximize your recovery.
Your personal injury attorney will advise you on when you should accept a settlement, but you are never required to accept any settlement. You can take your case to trial if you choose.
Generally, Georgia gives you two years from the accident date to file a personal injury lawsuit, but there are many exceptions to this law.
If you lost a spouse, child, parent, or other family member in an accident, Georgia law might entitle you to wrongful death compensation. Give us a call to learn more about wrongful death claims.