Trial Attorney Aggressively Defending Injured Motorcyclists

Tennessee has a helmet law that requires motorcyclists to wear helmets while operating their bikes on our state's roads. Sadly, helmets are often not enough to prevent serious brain injury and wrongful death in motorcycle accidents.

These accidents often involve crashes between a motorcycle and a car or between a motorcycle and a truck. Motorcyclists do not have the benefits of many of the extra protections these larger vehicles have. When they collide with a car or truck in a motorcycle accident crash, the results can change the victim's life forever.

A Civil Trial Specialist Firm For Biker Head Injuries

At the Stapleton Law Office, we use over 25 years of experience to help motorcycle accident victims and their families secure full compensation.

Our founding and principal attorney, Mark Stapleton, is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. To achieve recognition as a specialist, Mark was subjected to exhaustive screening of his credentials and experience. He is held to a higher standard of professional conduct than lawyers who are not considered specialists.

Mark Stapleton is well-equipped to handle even the most complex motorcycle injury cases, including cases involving:

When he takes your case, he begins with a thorough investigation of the accident scene. He interviews witnesses and often consults with highly regarded experts. These include accident reconstructionists, engineers and health care experts.

Mark's background in health law gives him a solid perspective on the types of health care cycle crash injury victims often need.

Contact A Lawyer As Soon As Possible

If you or someone you love has been involved in a motorcycle or other highway accident, it is critical that you talk with an attorney as soon as possible. As time passes, witnesses' memories may fade and important evidence may be washed away from the accident scene.

To talk with trial lawyer Mark Stapleton or one of our office staff, contact the Stapleton Law Office in Rogersville by calling 888-809-6135 or by completing our online contact form.