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  • $2 Million Awarded plus $414,237 prejudgment interest
    Williamson v. Stowers, et. al,
    Medical Malpractice Case
  • $1.4 Million Settlement
    Patton v. Ellington,
    Personal Injury Case
  • $3 Million Awarded
    Copps v. United Parcel Service,
    Wrongful Death Case
  • $6.6 Million Settlement
    Donald v. State Farm,
    Personal Injury Case
  • $725,000 Awarded
    Mitchell v. Carson,
    Personal Injury Case
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Representing Injured Motorcyclists in Georgia

Motorcyclists have the same basic right as other motorists — they have the right to be safe on the road. Motorcyclists deserve the respect and courtesy of other drivers. At the Dwyer Law Group in Atlanta, Georgia, we will do what we can to carry these rights forward.

Given the small size of motorcycles compared to your average passenger car, it is easy to see how they can be hard to see, especially for an inattentive driver. Many of the most serious motorcycle accidents occur when a motorist turns in front of a motorcyclist or pulls out suddenly in front of a motorcycle.

A serious dirt bike or motorcycle collision can cause life-altering injuries, given the lack of protection afforded by a motorcycle. The following are just a sample of the injuries and claims often associated with a bike wreck:

  • Severe road rash
  • Broken bones
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Brain injuries
  • Disfigurement
  • Wrongful death

At the Dwyer Law Group, we work hard to protect the rights of injured motorcyclists in the state of Georgia. We will do what we can to help you obtain monetary damages to cover you medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering and other expenses.

When negotiations fail, we work hard to prepare your case for trial. We employ a team of legal professionals to investigate your crash and coordinate a sound legal strategy to fight for your rights.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with an experienced personal
injury, catastrophic injury and wrongful death attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.