Arnold & Itkin has filed suit in Harris County, Texas, on behalf of a family who was injured in a crash with a large commercial truck that failed to yield in an intersection.
A mother, her two children, and the children’s aunt were on their way to school when a truck failed to yield at the intersection of Kenswick Drive and Farm to Market 1960. The truck collided with our clients’ vehicle, causing the family to suffer significant injuries that required emergency care. The children, who are just eight and five years old, had to experience the physical and psychological trauma that comes with a serious collision of this kind.
Every family that shares the road with a big rig or 18-wheeler does so with the hope – and the trust – that the driver of that huge vehicle is trained, attentive, and cautious. Truck companies are responsible for placing drivers behind the wheel who will not endanger the lives of innocent people. Enterprise FM Trust Inc. failed to uphold this duty, and this failure caused our clients to suffer serious harm.
Our truck accident attorneys are committed to helping our clients get answers and see at-fault parties held accountable. We are known for our results and our dedication to helping people recover after the worst accidents and injuries, and we look forward to helping this family face a brighter future.