Rachel Hatten Adams
Rachel Hatten Adams - Personal Injury, Truck Wreck and Car Accident Lawyer in Dallas, Texas
Rachel is a native Texan and proud graduate of Rockwall High School. Raised in a family of Longhorns, she attended the University of Texas at Austin where she received her B.A. in English and graduated with honors. After graduation Rachel moved back to Dallas and worked for Witherite Law Group until she began law school.
Rachel graduated Cum Laude from SMU Dedman School of Law. While in law school, she was an extern for the Honorable Judge Renee H. Toliver of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, and served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Science and Technology Law Review.
Rachel always knew she wanted to be a personal injury trial attorney and during law school took every opportunity to sharpen her skills. She competed for SMU in mock trial competitions throughout the country and was a regional finalist in the 2014 National Trial Competition. The SMU Board of Advocates recognized Rachel as a Master Advocate during her second and third years.
Rachel is passionate about whatever she does and wanted to work for a firm who advocated just as passionately for its clients. Based on her time with Witherite Law Group before law school, she knew she would find that dedication here. Since rejoining Witherite Law Group, Rachel has tried and won numerous cases and is a zealous advocate for her clients.
In her free time, Rachel enjoys spending time with her husband and their rambunctious dog, Walter.
Top Settlements and Verdicts
Client was traveling down the road when he entered the intersection on a green light. Defendant ran a red light and collided with client. Client had to care-flighted to the hospital.
Client was a passenger in Employers Shuttle Bus. Defendant traveling on the Service Road of I-20, failed to yield the right of way by disregarding their stop sign, and turning left causing the collision. Defendant trailer struck Shuttle Bus causing front left tire blow out, headlight bust, and front fender damages.
Client was traveling over the bridge after she got a green light and was passing through the second green light when the defendant in an 18-wheeler failed to yield right-of-way. Client ran into front, right side of the 18-wheeler.
Client was stopped at a red light in the middle lane, as they proceeded through a green light a vehicle slowed to turn left causing our client to slow. Defendant failed to control their speed and rear-ended the client's vehicle.
Client was traveling on interstate when there was an accident ahead of him that caused traffic to slow. After he came to a complete stop, the defendant failed to control their speed and rear ended client's vehicle.
Client was traveling on interstate when defendant traveling the same direction crossed over the lane causing a 3-car collision. Client suffered neck and lower back pain.
Client was traveling in the right lane when the defendant failed to yield right of way turning into the rear of the client's car causing her to lose control and spin around facing the opposite way.
18-wheeler makes a sharp left turn into client's lane hitting his vehicle.
Client was a passenger in the car and was about to exit off the tollway, when the client's car slowed down due to traffic. The defendant behind our client failed to control speed and rear-ended her and caused the driver of our client's vehcile to rear-end the vehicle in front of him. The defendant was then rear-ended by two other cars that never touched our client. Our client only felt one impact. Client injured her back.
Client was sitting at the light to take a left to get on the interstate when the defendant was in the lane to go straight. Defendant driving an 18-wheeler crossed over into client's lane and rear-ended our client.
Client was traveling and came to an intersection with a lot of traffic. Defendant was making a left turn, client had right-of-way and defendant still turned and hit client on driver rear.
Client was traveling through the intersection when defendant made a left turn into client causing a T-bone collision. Client suffered a back injury.
Client was merging on interstate when defendant traveling on the interstate lost the unsecured furniture that he was carrying in his truck. Client tried to avoid and still collided with furniture.
Client was driving on interstate in the far right lane and came to a complete stop for a red light. Defendant traveling in the middle lane, proceeded to make a right turn from the middle lane, striking client's vehicle. Plaintiff airbags deployed and also had to be cut out of vehicle.
Client was a passenger in an Uber, when defendant attempted to change lanes causing client's Uber driver to rear-end defendant. Client suffered a head injury as a result of the accident.
Client was traveling on interstate when defendant failed to control speed and rear-ended client. Client suffered a back and hand injury as a result.
Client was passing through a green light when the defendant failed to yield the right-of-way turning left into the client's vehicle.
Client was headed when defendant was passing a Walmart the defendant made a U-turn into the client's lane hitting the front driver's side of the client vehicle.