Cases Filed for 4 Clients Hurt in Truck Accidents

Arnold & Itkin attorneys have filed suits in Texas on behalf of four different clients where were seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents with 18-wheelers.

These recent case filings all include accident victims who have a long road of recovery ahead of them:

  • A woman from Houston was severely injured by a reckless and inattentive 18-wheeler driver who crashed into her and then fled the scene. As a result of this hit and run, our client is dealing with serious injuries to her neck, back, shoulders, legs, and other parts of her body, all of which have required invasive and extensive medical treatment. This suit was filed in Harris County.
  • A Houston woman was T-boned by a commercial driver in an 18-wheeler because of that driver’s negligence. Our client, who is a married 64-year-old, is suffering from catastrophic injuries, including injuries to her neck, back, left knee, right foot, and more. This case was also filed in Harris County.
  • A New Mexico woman was driving on Interstate 25 outside of Raton, New Mexico, when an 18-wheeler rear-ended her, damaging her vehicle and seriously injuring her. This lawsuit was filed in Ellis County.
  • A Texas man was seriously injured while driving on Interstate Highway 20 because an 18-wheeler driver made an unsafe lane change and struck our client’s car. The collision seriously damaged the car and severely injured our client. This suit was filed in Ward County.

Our commercial motor vehicle accident attorneys, who include Kurt Arnold, Caj Boatright, Roland Christensen, and Claire Schindler, will work tirelessly to represent our clients in seeking the justice that they deserve.

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