El Paso Truck Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
Regardless of the truck accident cause—no matter if it could be attributed to a negligent driver, driver fatigue, or if the truck was not properly maintained—it is in your best interests to get the legal assistance of an El Paso truck accident attorney who you can truly rely upon. This is not the time to bet your future on an inexperienced or apathetic attorney. You need an advocate in your corner who is truly invested in your case. You need the truck accident lawyers at Arnold & Itkin.
Why should you choose to work with a lawyer from Arnold & Itkin? Simply put, because we have the experience and track record you can rely upon. In our time spent in the legal industry, we have tried more cases than most attorneys do in their entire career. We have also enjoyed considerable success during this time and have recovered billions of dollars.
We know that you likely have questions that need answers; we are here to provide them. Contact us today if you would like to learn more about trucking regulations, if you have questions about truck insurance, or even if you would just like to learn about the largest trucking companies. We have a wealth of knowledge, and we are prepared to put it to work for you.
El Paso is situated on the Rio Grande River, across the border from El Paso’s sister city, Juarez in Mexico. The Franklin Mountains cut through the middle of the city, nearly dividing El Paso into two sections. Taking advantage of the mountains in the middle of a city is 24,000-acre Franklin Mountains State Park, the largest urban park in the United States; it exists entirely within the El Paso city limits. In 2006, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated the population of El Paso at 609,415.
The military installation of Fort Bliss is a major contributor to El Paso’s economy. Many businesses in the region serve the post’s troops, and those of the nearby White Sands Missile Range. In addition, the federal government has a strong presence in El Paso. The Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), and the Customs and Border Protection Agency (CBP) have agency operations in the El Paso area.
On the border of two nations, El Paso's prime location presents opportunities for trade with Juarez for companies that wish to capitalize on NAFTA. The two cities form the largest metropolitan area on the border between the United States and Mexico, enhancing El Paso’s reputation as the regional industrial and logistics center on the border.
As such, El Paso has an extraordinary amount of traffic on the city’s roadways and bridges. Among El Paso's major roads are U.S. 54, U.S. 62/180, Interstate 10, and Interstate 25; there are also four international bridges and one railroad bridge. The El Paso International Airport, Amtrak, Greyhound, Trailways, and Sun Metro provide transportation options.