San Antonio Big Rig Accident Firm
Billions of Dollars Won for Our Clients
Our firm demands justice for those who have been in a serious crash.
There is almost nothing quite as frightening as being involved in a motor vehicle accident with a commercial rig. Trucks are large and are typically traveling at high speeds—meaning a lot of momentum. If you or a loved one were victimized in something of this nature, it is also important to realize that outside of the damage that is commonly associated with this type of accident, the injury claim process will also be considerably more difficult.
Trucking regulations are complex and truck insurance adds an entirely new nuance to the entire process. To ensure that you are being protected throughout the truck accident claim process, it is highly encouraged that you do not hesitate to consult with a San Antonio trucking accident lawyer from Arnold & Itkin. We have shown over the years that we are not daunted by these types of cases and are fully prepared to go the distance in our efforts to protect the rights of our clients.
No matter the truck accident cause or the type of truck accident, you can be confident knowing that our firm is there for you. By working with our lawyers, you will have placed your case, and therefore your future, into completely capable hands. We are fully prepared to take on the most difficult of cases because we are not afraid of a fight. If unable to reach a reasonable out-of-court settlement, we can take the case to trial. We can fight for you. Call now for the help you need!
San Antonio is located in, and the county seat of, Bexar County, which is in the northern part of south Texas. Founded in 1619 by Spanish missionaries, San Antonio is best known as the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836. In 2006, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated San Antonio’s population at 1,296,862 residents.
With a strong military presence, San Antonio is home to Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base, and Brooks City-Base. The City of San Antonio Economic Development Department appreciates the substantial military impact on the local economy, estimated at $13.3 billion in 2006. This figure includes contracts received by local private defense contractors, military construction, and other factors in addition to employment.
San Antonio’s diversified economy highlights four main industries:
Travel options in San Antonio include the San Antonio International Airport, VIA Metropolitan Transit, and Amtrak. An extensive system of roadways serves San Antonio, Texas. I-10 connects the city to El Paso, Los Angeles, and Houston. I-35 connects San Antonio to Austin, Dallas, and Forth Worth. Interstates 37 and 410 also serve the city.
Home to several major company headquarters, San Antonio experiences a high volume of both commuter and commercial traffic. According to the Texas Department of Transportation, I-35 is one of the most traveled corridors in the nation. Truck traffic has grown 6% each year in Texas, primarily as a result of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Additionally, congestion levels and accidents are higher on I-35 between San Antonio and Austin than any other stretch of I-35.