Dylan H. Marsh
Top rated personal injury attorney in Birmingham, AlabamaMarsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C.
An associate at Marsh, Rickard & Bryan, P.C., Dylan H. Marsh is a personal injury attorney. He represents clients in the state of Alabama who have been injured in truck accidents, motor vehicle accidents and medical malpractice. Along with his personal injury practice, Mr. Marsh also handles matters of business litigation.
Mr. Marsh understands how an unexpected injury can uproot a person's life, and how important it is that everyone has a good attorney when seeking compensation for damages such as property repair, medical care, and pain and suffering. Following the footsteps of his father who is also an attorney, his true passion is in developing relationships with his clients as he helps them find the way to a favorable result. With civility and passion, he works to be reasonable and fair as he aggressively advocates for the injured.
At Auburn University, Mr. Marsh earned a Bachelor of Arts in 2010. He then went on to attend Samford University Cumberland School of Law, where he graduated with his Juris Doctor in 2014. While in law school, he was on the dean's list, was a Scholar of Merit and was counted as a member of the Who's Who Among Students in America's Universities and Colleges. He is now admitted to practice in the state of Alabama.
For over five years, Mr. Marsh has worked to change the lives of the injured and their families as they deal with an unexpected tragedy. With a focus on justice, he listens to his clients, learns their stories and determines the best way to move forward.
Practice areasPersonal injury - general: plaintiff, Business litigation
Animal bites, Assault, Motor vehicle accidents, Personal injury - plaintiff, Slip and fall, Wrongful death, Dram shop laws, Construction accident, Brain injury, Sexual abuse - plaintiff, Trucking accidents, Trade secret, Non-compete agreements
- 80% Personal injury - general: plaintiff
- 20% Business litigation
First Admitted: 2014, Alabama
Professional Webpage: http://www.mrblaw.com/Who-We-Are/Dylan-H-Marsh.shtml
- Wound Care – Confidential Settlement in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama: David Marsh, Ty Brown and Dylan Marsh represented an older woman who was critically injured while recovering from abdominal surgery. Our client was a patient at a long-term care facility. Her abdominal wound was healing well when the nurses improperly applied our client’s wound vacuum after changing a wound dressing. The improper application of the wound vacuum destroyed the skin graft on our client’s abdomen. As a result, our client’s bowels were sucked into the wound vacuum sponge causing more than a dozen holes in her bowels that now continuously leak stomach acid onto her skin. Her abdominal wound can never be closed. She is completely bedbound and can no longer eat.
- Brain Injury Case – $30 Million Verdict in Jefferson County, Alabama: In May 2018, a Jefferson County jury awarded more than $30 million to a young boy who was badly hurt while he rested at a Birmingham daycare, Ressurection of Life. Attorneys David Marsh and Dylan Marsh tried the case for the little boy, Christian Dailey, and his parents, Mark and Valerie Dailey. The case grows out of a tragic event on September 25, 2015. Christian, who was 23 months old then, was sleeping in a room with other children. He was lying on the floor directly in front of a television set up on a dresser. There was no daycare worker in the room when something caused the television to fall nearly four feet and land on Christian’s head. Christian was taken to Children’s Hospital of Alabama where he was treated for a skull fracture, a brain bleed and respiratory failure with hypoxia. Christian has not, and will not, ever fully recover from the trauma to his brain. His injuries are permanent and catastrophic. Resurrection of Life Inc. fell into an exception in Alabama law that allows religious-affiliated daycares to operate without typical licensing and safeguards. It is David’s hope that this verdict can be used to change the law so that all daycares in Alabama are held to the same safe standards. David says “all child care facilities should be required to have an appropriate child-to-staff ratio, undergo safety inspections, and have insurance”.
- Arbitrary Healthcare Pricing & the Misuse of Hospital Lien Statutes by Healthcare Providers, 38 Am. J. Trial Adv. 255, Winter, 2014
- Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama
- Alabama, 2014
Office location for Dylan H. Marsh
800 Shades Creek Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35209
- Rising Stars: 2019 - 2022