For more than 30 years, Tom McGrath has represented persons injured in auto, tractor trailer and motorcycle accidents, as well as those injured by defective products. However, in 1992 when motorcyclists were prohibited from riding on the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes in Virginia he successfully challenged the prohibition and since has concentrated his practice on the representation of motorcyclists and motorcycle issues. He founded a political action committee to create legislative support for motorcycle issues, and in 2008, he challenged the City of Myrtle Beach, SC’s anti-motorcycle ordinances and had them overturned by the Supreme Court of South Carolina. This was all done at no cost to his clients. Time and time again he has been an advocate for motorcyclists when their right to ride has been challenged by either an unjust law or a negligent motorist. Tom McGrath has built a law firm committed to the representation of the injured and their families.
Tom is a graduate of Belmont Abbey College and the University of South Carolina School of Law. He is licensed to practice in Virginia, South Carolina, and Tennessee. He is a former prosecutor, and he has served on the Virginia Governor’s Motorcycle Advisory Council and the Commonwealth Transportation Safety Board. He has been characterized as a “hero” by Easyriders Magazine. In addition, he is the recipient of the Virginia Governor’s Transportation Safety Award, the Silver Spoke Award from the National Coalition of Motorcyclists, and the Motorcycle Safety Award which was presented by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation.
If you would like to contact Tom, you may do so via telephone at 1-800-321-8968 or by email email@example.com.