Let us fight for you if you or a loved one were hurt in a broadside collision. 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. Instead, put your faith in attorney Marsh because car accidents are our specialty.
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Whether you were hit on the driver’s side or the passenger’s side, you could be seriously hurt in a T-bone car accident. You need someone to fight for you to receive a fair settlement. You need someone like Troy Marsh, who has dedicated his career to helping car crash victims like yourself.
Mr. Marsh was born and raised in Bulloch County, and has dedicated his legal career to helping people here. He believes in holding negligent drivers accountable. To do that, he quickly assesses your case, identifies who was at fault, compiles your medical records and bills, and presents your case in a way that takes the burden off your shoulders, yet maximizes its value.
When you have injuries from a T-bone car accident, it takes the right lawyer to recover what you need. Why? Because the other side will work against you. The insurance company won’t want to pay you any more than it has to.
Your lawyer should make sure they pay what’s right.
When attorney Marsh handles your T-bone accident…
T-bone car crashes are all too common at intersections, whether they are at a stop sign or stoplight. But no matter how confident you are that someone else hit you and not the other way around, you have to prove it. The Marsh Law Firm is ready to help when the crash resulted from:
Proving fault after a side impact accident can be tough. We’ll work to show the other driver owed you a duty of care yet failed to uphold that responsibility. Troy Marsh has over two decades of experience in gathering evidence and proving when another driver was negligent.
Attorney Marsh immediately sets out to collect evidence regarding the crash, including the police report, eyewitness statements, photos of the crash scene, vehicle damage reports and repair estimates, and your medical records. He uses all of this to recreate what happened, why it happened, and the outcome.
We know you’re going through a lot right now. When you’ve been hit on the driver’s or passenger side during a car accident, you might sustain:
An unexpected car accident costs you a lot. In addition to your physical injuries and pain, you might experience significant emotional distress, like depression, anxiety, or PTSD. We know that all of your injuries are serious, whether physical or mental, and we aggressively pursue the maximum compensation possible.
The law may entitle you to compensation for:
At The Marsh Law Firm, we focus on you as a person, not as just another case. We help you get your car repaired or replaced. We make sure you get proper medical care, so you can get better and return to your life. Throughout the claims process, we help you track your expenses and document how the injuries impacted your life. This is all evidence for what your case is worth.
Attorney Marsh can explain how your case will work, here in Bulloch County. As an experienced trial lawyer who focuses on motor vehicle claims, he’ll tell you that Georgia personal injury laws are the same throughout the state, but how these laws are applied in local courts can vary. Attorney Troy Marsh has spent his career working with insurers, attorneys, and judges in Bulloch County, GA and knows how to make the claim process for your benefit.
Mr. Marsh will guide you through the insurance claim step by step. He walks you through how he gathers evidence and presents that evidence to the insurer. He’ll explain why he believes your case is worth a certain amount. He’ll also talk with you about how he will get the insurer to the negotiation table and push for the highest settlement amount possible.
As a car accident victim, you’ll probably settle with the insurance company. Both sides usually prefer this. But not all cases work out that way. That’s why it’s important to hire an experienced trial lawyer. Attorney Tory Marsh knows when it’s best to take a claim to court and how to argue for the best outcome in front of a judge or jury.
If you’re concerned that you might be partly responsible for the accident, this is even more reason to call a lawyer. Georgia has a law called comparative negligence. Basically, when there’s a possibility that two or more people contributed to a crash, a court will assign each person a percentage of fault.
When you are less than 50% at fault, you are still eligible for compensation. But it’s reduced by how much you were responsible. If you are 50% or more at fault, you can’t get a settlement or court award.
Usually, you have two years from the date of your accident to file a lawsuit. This deadline is known as the statute of limitations. But you should talk with an attorney about whether something might give you more or less time and whether you should file.
Finding the right lawyer can be tough, especially if you’ve never worked with a lawyer before. It’s best to schedule a free consultation and come prepared with questions. Feel free to write down a list. Some important questions to ask include: