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MOTORCYCLE INJURY LAWYERS

WE RIDE
WE UNDERSTAND
THE AREAS
WE SERVE

The Iron Horse Motorcycle Lawyers proudly serves the riders, groups, and their families in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, & Maine.

Our Attorneys

Our seasoned attorneys are not only experienced in the law but also passionate about riding, making us uniquely qualified to handle your case. Trust us to fight for your rights on and off the road, so you can focus on what you love—riding.

Kirk Fisher Attorney at Law in front of motorcycle

J. Kirk Fisher, JD, LLM

Attorney At Law

Licensed in: SC, GA, ME

Brandon Casey, Attorney

Brandon L. Casey, J.D.

Attorney at Law

Licensed in: SC, NC, TN

HAVE YOU BEEN INJURED IN A

MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT?

We are here for you 24/7. Call us,
use the online form, or stop in and see us. 

CALL US TODAY

855-IRONLAW

855-476-6529

FAX

877-463-4816

IN PERSON

Principal Office Address
617 Poinsett Highway
Greenville, SC 29609

Mon – Thu:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Fri:
9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Weekend, home & hospital visits and after hours by appointment

MAINE OFFICE

209 Ocean Point Rd.
East Boothbay, ME 04544

We will come to your hospital or home.

Virtual appointments also available.

Take the
first Step

Kirk Fisher Attorney at Law in front of motorcycle

J. Kirk Fisher, JD, LLM

Kirk is a native South Carolinian and was born in Greenville. Kirk graduated from Wade Hampton High School and attended Furman University where he majored in History. Kirk worked full time to pay his way through Furman and was a member and officer of the Kappa Alpha Order fraternity, played intramural sports and was named to the Dean’s List. After graduating from Furman, Kirk attended Mercer University School of Law and returned to Greenville to practice law after graduation.

Kirk began his career as an assistant prosecutor with the 13th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, and was quickly promoted to head the Traffic Crimes Unit. As the lead prosecutor of the Traffic
Unit, Kirk was responsible for prosecuting reckless and drunk drivers involved in wrecks resulting in serious personal injuries and fatalities.