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.
J. Kirk Fisher, JD, LLM
ATTORNEY AT LAW
LICENSED IN: SC, GA, ME
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.
In 1998, Kirk joined a small firm in Greenville where he applied his courtroom experience as a prosecutor to helping persons injured by careless drivers in automobile and motorcycle wrecks.
In 2003, Kirk resigned from his firm to accept the opportunity to attend Vermont Law School and study Environmental Law, where he graduated with high honors (magna cum laude).
After practicing environmental law in Atlanta for two years, Kirk returned to Greenville.
Kirk is an avid motorcycle rider and has been riding since he was seven when his grandmother bought minibikes for the cousins. During his legal career, Kirk realized a need for injured riders to have an attorney that understands the unique legal issues faced by riders injured in motorcycle wrecks, so in 2009, Kirk decided to dedicate his practice to protecting the rights of injured motorcyclist. Kirk attends almost every motorcycle event that Iron Horse Motorcycle Lawyers participate in to personally meet as many fellow riders as possible. Kirk also devotes much of his free time speaking to groups of riders about how to protect themselves and their families by having the proper insurance on their motorcycles and cars in the event of a wreck.
While living in Vermont for law school, Kirk and his family explored New England whenever he had free time and quickly found himself spending as much time as possible in Maine. After graduation from Vermont Law School, Kirk and his family often vacationed in Maine. In 2020, Kirk decided to make Maine home and bought a home in East Boothbay. He soon realized the need for a lawyer dedicated to fighting for the rights of injured motorcyclists in Maine and was admitted to the Maine Bar in 2023. He is excited to bring fifteen years of experience in exclusively representing injured motorcyclists to Maine. Look for Kirk under the Iron Horse Motorcycle Lawyers tent at events across Maine.
Outside of the office, Kirk enjoys riding his motorcycles, restoring antique sports and muscle cars, extreme off-road driving, college football, hockey, camping, hiking, snow skiing, fishing, boating and spending as much time as possible with his daughters, Ava and Olivia.
Kirk serves his community as a volunteer firefighter/engineer and emergency medical responder with the Duncan Chapel Fire Department and will be joining the local departments as a volunteer firefighter in the Boothbay and Edgecomb region.
Brandon L. Casey, J.D.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
LICENSED IN: SC, NC, TN
Brandon grew up in Spruce Pine, a small town in the mountains of western North Carolina. He attended East Tennessee State University for his bachelor’s degree while working full-time as a correctional officer. He then went on to attend Elon University School of Law where he graduated and received his Juris Doctorate degree in 2018.
Since graduating law school and passing the bar, Brandon has focused his career on helping those who can’t help themselves. He comes from a background representing personal injury matters. Brandon spent some time as an Assistant District Attorney in Johnson City, TN, where he represented the state of Tennessee in numerous types of criminal charges such as, but not limited to domestic violence, DUI, traffic offenses.
Brandon has obtained extensive experience in the courtroom from handling criminal and civil hearings, numerous jury trials, and countless bench trials. Brandon brough that experience here to Iron Horse where he focuses on representing injured riders who have been harmed by negligent drivers.
Brandon started riding during the pandemic in 2020, where he purchased his first motorcycle. He can be seen at some of the events riding his vivid-black, 2020 FXLRS. Outside of the courtroom, Brandon enjoys spending time with his wife and son, riding his motorcycle, and, in the holiday season, harvesting and selling Frasier fir trees for Christmas.