FT. Worth Truck Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
It is never simple to be involved in a truck accident. These are large vehicles—and when you consider the speed they are typically driven at, it is not surprising to learn they can be the cause of devastating injuries on behalf of victims. If you or a loved one were the victims in something such as this, you should not attempt to handle the personal injury claim all on your own. By getting the involvement of an experienced Ft. Worth trucking accident attorney, you can address the situation and determine the best course of action. Then you hold liable parties accountable for their responsibility in the accident.
At Arnold & Itkin, we are not afraid of a fight. We don't back down and a large portion of our success can be attributed to the fact that defendants know we are not afraid to take a case to trial. Should you work with us, you can experience the difference that having a heavyweight in your corner can make. We are well-versed in many different areas of these claims and can help you deal with everything from understanding truck accident causes to explaining trucking regulation.
You will be able to rest assured knowing that should you choose to put your claim in our hands that you will have trustworthy attorneys taking care of you—we are here to help and will go the distance in our efforts to provide you with the high-quality and support guidance that you truly deserve. So don't waste another moment, give us a call today!
Fort Worth covers nearly 300 square miles in Tarrant, Parker, Denton, and Wise Counties; it is the county seat for Tarrant County. Located in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metropolitan area, Fort Worth and Dallas are often referred to as the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The two cities are the economic and cultural hub of north central Texas.
Fort Worth is easily accessible by air with the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Fort Worth Alliance Airport, Fort Worth Meacham International Airport, and Spinks Airport. The Trinity Railway Express provides rail transportation between Fort Worth and Dallas; Amtrak links Fort Worth to Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.
The Dallas-Fort Worth region boasts major interstates such as I-20, I-30, I-45, and I-35. It is a prominent center for industry, technology, distribution, and transportation where cattle and agriculture exist alongside newer aerospace companies and defense contractors. It also hosts the headquarters for American Airlines, D.R. Horton, BNSF Railway, and XTO Energy.
Due to Fort Worth’s proximity to the Barnett Shale, there are 1,675 shale-gas wells within the city limits. In Texas, individual towns and cities regulate quality of life issues related to urban drilling. The issues Fort Worth are dealing with include noise, dust, and traffic—especially heavy truck traffic. Truck traffic in Fort Worth is growing rapidly, fueled partially by urban drilling. Concerns over road wear, air quality, and truck accidents are addressed before drilling within the town limits.