Plano Truck Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
Injured in a truck accident? Don't let yourself be overwhelmed by the truck accident claim process. Yes, it can be confusing to understand trucking regulations and to understand trucking insurance, but the good news is that you do not have to handle it all on your own. By working with an experienced Plano truck accident lawyer, you will be able to rely on the knowledge of an experienced attorney who knows the law and who is prepared to help put it to work for you.
If you are currently facing a personal injury claim involving a trucking accident, it can be overwhelming to determine the lawyer to work with. After all, this is a large decision that will have a profound impact on the overall outcome of your case. You need not look any further. At Arnold & Itkin, we have recovered billions of dollars on behalf of our clients. We have tried more cases in just a few years than most attorneys do in a lifetime—and we are just getting warmed up.
Our attorneys are passionate about holding negligent parties responsible when it comes to truck accidents, whether they are employers or manufacturers. We believe that personal injury law not only helps to secure resources for the injured, but it helps prevent future injury by compelling companies to follow strict safety procedures. Your case helps prevent accidents.
Consult with our legal team to see the difference that our firm can make for you. We have shown time and time again that we are prepared to help our clients in a comprehensive manner and we can put our money where our mouth is. If you get us on your side, we can help answer some of the questions you might have and can help outline the problem of related issues.
Above all, we can be there to help you fight for the maximum compensation that you deserve.
Plano is in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area and located north of Dallas in Collin County. The Dallas suburb is affluent and home to the corporate headquarters for some of the country’s largest and most prestigious companies. Plano’s population of 255,009 per the U.S. Census 2006 was an increase of 14.9% from 2000. The Plano median household income of $78,722 is far above the Texas median household income of $39,927.
The Plano Economic Development Board lists the top industries as manufacturers and service firms in electronics, defense and telecommunications such as Flextronics, Lineage Power, and Traxxas. Business parks along the Dallas North Tollway feature a variety of corporate headquarters such as Frito-Lay, Perot Systems, and Rent-A-Center. Numerous firms in software and information technology, financial services, and professional services have locations in Plano, TX.
Plano is served directly by several major roadways and freeways. On Plano’s eastern border is U.S. Highway 75; the Dallas North Tollway is on Plano’s western border; the President George Bush Turnpike is to the south; the north border is State Highway 121. Preston Road (State Highway 289) is a major thoroughfare that runs through the city. Airports serving Plano include Alliance Airport, offering general and industrial aviation, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Love Field, and the Collin County Regional Airport. Plano is also served by mass transit from Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART).
For a truck accident lawyer you can trust, contact Arnold & Itkin today.