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We help car and truck accident victims keep their lives running. Beyond full-service legal assistance, we offer access to top medical providers, assistance in securing medical appointments, and even provide transportation.
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The defendant, driving an 18-wheeler, was driving 65 mph in rain and sleet with his cruise control on when he hit a disabled vehicle. Our client’s teenage daughter was a passenger in that disabled vehicle. Tragically, the impact killed this young, promising college student. The law requires truck drivers to reduce their speed in adverse weather, and industry standards make clear that commercial drivers should not use cruise control in adverse weather.
Our client was traveling on I-20 in Midland, Texas. Traffic ahead slowed, and our client came to a stop. The defendant driver, operating a utility truck for a medical supply company, was distracted by his cell phone and rear-ended our client at 72 mph. The force of the impact caused a catastrophic three-vehicle wreck, and our client's vehicle flipped, landing on its roof. Additional investigation revealed the driver had a history of driving over the posted speed limit while on the job. The company, which monitored the utility truck via GPS, knew or should have known its employee habitually sped while on the job—driving all over West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Our client sustained a traumatic brain injury with a large scalp laceration and injuries to his neck, back, and shoulders. Our client underwent multiple spinal injections and surgery on both shoulders.
Our client was traveling on Northwest Highway 12 when the defendant, driving a Ferrari, made an unsafe lane change across three lanes and struck her car. The impact caused our client's car to spin uncontrollably. Following the wreck, she was transported via ambulance to the hospital, where she underwent back surgery. Subsequent surgeries followed, including low-back surgery and neck surgery. The long recovery and the trauma from the event were overwhelming, and our client developed depression and anxiety.
In the early morning hours, our client's vehicle had a flat tire. She was traveling on the highway, so she safely moved to the far-right lane, reducing her speed as she attempted to pull over. Suddenly, an 18-wheeler ran into the back of our client's vehicle. The investigation showed that there was no attempt to brake. The wreck destroyed the back end of our client's vehicle. Shortly after the wreck, our client developed a brain bleed, which led to permanent cognitive issues and ongoing impaired function on the right side of her body.