Houston Truck Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
Personal injury law is complex. It can be tempting to think that you can handle insurance companies on your own, but the truth is that the exact same reason that you would hire a brain surgeon is the same reason that you need a Houston trucking accident lawyer on your side. You need a professional who can be there to help you protect your interests—who will be there to help you understand how trucking regulations will come into play in your case and the way that you should fully understand the truck accident causes. Claims involving truck accidents is not something that the average layman understands but it is something that could affect your case—so why not hire an accident lawyer who understands it?
When you work with Arnold & Itkin, you can be confident knowing that you will have this level of experience on your side. We have been successful in recovering billions of dollars for our clients and have proven that we have the mettle to handle complex litigation. Our firm is composed of energetic, passionate lawyers who truly believe in the law.
We believe injury cases protect others from future injury while providing for the needs of victims in the present. This drives us to create effective courtroom solutions for our clients in every case.
We are here to help our clients defend their legal rights; we go the distance every single time to ensure that they have the reliable legal assistance that they deserve. So don't wait! No matter whether your accident was caused by driver fatigue, a texting driver, or even a failure to maintain the truck, you can rest assured knowing that we will be there to help you. Our firm offers free case consultations, so if you have questions, call us today at (888) 490-0442.
Houston—near the upper Gulf Coast in Southeast Texas—is the largest city in Texas. It is located in, and the county seat of, Harris County and part of the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown Metropolitan Area, which is a 10-county metropolitan area of the Gulf Coast region. The metropolitan area is commonly referred to as “Greater Houston.”
Houston is a diverse, multicultural city with a population of approximately 2,144,491. It is recognized as a center of energy production, aerospace, biomedical research, software development, and cargo transportation and distribution. Major Houston employers include ConocoPhillips, Marathon Oil, Sysco, Enterprise GP Holdings, and Plains All American Pipeline.
The Houston Airport System—which includes George Bush Intercontinental Airport, William P. Hobby Airport, and Ellington Airport—provides passenger and cargo transport. Numerous Class I Railroads serve Houston, but it is the Port of Houston that is one of the region’s greatest assets. It has a significant role in the area’s development as a center of international business and trade. Houston’s success as a petrochemical complex is mainly due to its busy, man-made ship channel.
Geographically centered between the nation’s east and west coasts, Houston boasts a world-class highway system. Per the Greater Houston Partnership, there are over 1,427 non-local trucking firms operating in the Houston area. Houston is the hub of a trucking network for the United States with 11 primary intermodal terminal facilities.
Houston’s freeway system is monitored by Houston TranStar, which is comprised of the Texas Department of Transportation, Harris County, Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, and City of Houston. Goals include reducing congestion on major roads, providing traffic information to the public, and facilitating faster responses to traffic incidents.
When it comes to your recovery, you cannot take chances—contact Arnold & Itkin to consult today.