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Chad Watwood

Chad Watwood

attorney

Pursuing justice
for riders since 2022.

Georgia Motorcycle Accident Injury Attorneys

BIO

Charles (Chad) Watwood III, the newest addition to Lawbike Motorcycle Accident Lawyers, is the son of Chuck Watwood. Chad’s journey as a motorcycle enthusiast began early when he received his first motorcycle, a Yamaha PW50, for his third birthday. Since then, he has been a dedicated rider, currently owning a 2011 XR1200X and frequently exploring Atlanta and the North Georgia Mountains.

Chad’s connection to Lawbike runs deep. Throughout his life, he has been involved with the firm in various capacities, from attending events and filing paperwork to assisting around the office during summers and accompanying Chuck to court. Chad graduated with highest honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 2019 and magna cum laude from Georgia State College of Law in 2022.

Having grown up within the motorcycle community that helped shape him, Chad has a profound understanding of how negligent drivers impact Georgia’s motorcycling community. Now, as a Lawbike attorney, he passionately fights against insurance companies and negligent drivers, ensuring that medical providers do not take advantage of motorcycle accident victims.

Outside of his legal pursuits, you’ll find Chad enjoying his Harley or participating in motorcycle events. He also has a penchant for traveling and cherishing moments with his German Shepherd.

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SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION WITH OUR GEORGIA MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT LAWYER NOW

At Lawbike Motorcycle Injury Lawyers, our Georgia motorcycle accident attorneys are passionate, experienced specialists. We have what it takes to help injured motorcyclists get justice after a serious crash.


You do not have to take on the legal system alone. Call us now at 866-529-2453 or contact us online for a free, no commitment review of your case. With law offices in Atlanta and Roswell, we represent motorcycle accident victims throughout all of Georgia.

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Recent Results

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$25,000,000

wrongful death motorcycle accident v. commercial vehicle

$4,050,000

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$3,500,000

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$3,125,000

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$2,200,000

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$2,175,000

motorcycle collision with a tractor-trailer

$1,500,000

motorcycle accident v. car

$1,250,000

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$1,100,000

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$1,025,000

motorcycle accident v. rideshare vehicle

$25,000,000

wrongful death motorcycle accident v. commercial vehicle

$4,050,000

wrongful death motorcycle accident

$3,750,000

motorcycle crash with commercial vehicle

$3,500,000

motorcycle collision

$3,125,000

motorcycle collision

$2,200,000

motorcycle collision

$2,175,000

motorcycle collision with a tractor-trailer

$1,500,000

motorcycle accident v. car

$1,250,000

motorcycle accident v. car

$1,100,000

motorcycle accident v. car

$1,025,000

motorcycle accident v. rideshare vehicle