Chad Fuller has represented motorcyclists throughout South Carolina since he became an attorney in 2007. A lifelong motorcyclist, Chad is trusted by motorcycle clubs across the state for his deep knowledge of bikes and passion for the lifestyle, particularly ensuring that riders’ Fourth Amendment rights – security against unreasonable search and seizure – are not infringed upon simply because of the colors on one’s vest.
He and other Motorcycle Law Group attorneys are steadfast supporters of the right to ride. Chad has been recognized in Federal Court as an expert in the settlement of motorcycle personal injury cases. He has taught continuing education classes to attorneys in the areas of motorcycle tort and insurance law, serves as pro bono corporate counsel for the national Run for the Wall, and represents riders statewide through motorcyclist rights group ABATE. As valued member of the South Carolina riding community, Chad is the youngest member ever inducted into the South Carolina Biker Hall of Fame.
After realizing he and other motorcyclists could not park in public parking garages, he and ABATE of SC pushed forward a state law signed by then-Gov. Nikki Haley that permitted two-wheeled vehicles access to infrastructure funded by public dollars. Chad works closely with South Carolina motorcycle rights organizations and often lectures around the State with regard to laws affecting motorcyclists.
In addition to representing motorcyclists, Chad is an effective advocate for clients of automobile, truck, medical malpractice cases in South Carolina’s civil, criminal, and administrative courts.
Chad balances his seven-day-a-week schedule and dedication to the motorcycling community as a father to Christabel and husband to Katie. Chad and Katie are expecting the arrival of their youngest daughter in January of 2019. He is also an avid outdoorsman.
2016 ABATE Motorcycle Community Leader Award
Member South Carolina Biker Hall of Fame (2017 inductee)
- B.A., University of South Carolina
- J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law
Chad grew up in a motorcycle family. “It wasn’t until high school that a realized a ‘barbeque’ didn’t necessarily require 100 motorcycles in the front yard,” he says (his daughter refers to his fu Manchu-mustached father as “Granddude.”) Chad has raced coast-to-coast across the lower 48 states, and takes great pride in representing those who share his passion for bikes. He’s always eager to assist in educating non-riders about the joys of motorcycling.
Chad owns several motorcycles including: 1968 Ironhead sportster chopper, 1993 Royal Enfield, 2004 Dyna Wide Glide and a 2013 Road Glide.
Chad is licensed to practice law in South Carolina.
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