Dallas Truck Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
Being involved in a truck accident can be a harrowing event. Following such an accident, it can be overwhelming to try and handle the legal aspects all on your own. You can be unsure of where to turn and who to talk to. This is where our legal team at Arnold & Itkin LLP can come into play. We have seen how profound of an impact these cases can have on the lives of the victim and we know that without the proper amount of legal assistance from a knowledgeable Dallas truck accident lawyer, it can be difficult to secure the necessary amount of compensation.
It is for this reason that we encourage you to consult with our legal team. No matter whether you have questions about truck accident causes, if you would like to learn how we conduct accident investigation or if you wanted to know how drug and alcohol abuse can impact a case, we have the answers that you need. We know how these cases work, and we can apply our considerable knowledge to your benefit as we fight to help you protect your legal rights.
Although we are based in Houston, we have the resources and the ability to handle cases throughout the nation—including in Dallas. We hope that you do not feel limited by your geographical location and that you give our legal team a call.
We're prepared to defend your rights and are ready to fight for maximum monetary compensation.
Dallas is located in Dallas County; however, portions of the Dallas extend into neighboring Collin, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall Counties. Dallas and neighboring Fort Worth, often referred to as the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, are the economic and cultural hub of north central Texas. The U.S. Census reports Dallas’ population as 1,232,940 (2006 estimate).
Air travel options are provided by the Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field. Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) gets high marks for public transportation and Trinity Railway Express offers commuter rail service between Dallas, Fort Worth, and the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
At the confluence of four major interstate highways (Interstates 20, 30, 35E, and 45), Texas fights an ever-increasing traffic congestion problem. With the large number of companies transporting goods into and out of Dallas, motorists may be concerned with traffic safety, especially the potential for serious truck accidents.