If you have been injured as the result of a trucking accident or semi-truck crash, don't hesitate to contact me for a free initial consultation and case evaluation. There are no legal fees unless I recover damages on your behalf. My telephone is answered 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Most Common Texas Highways for Accidents

Over the years, I have discovered that many of the truck accidents in Texas seem to occur along the following Texas highways:

  • Interstate Highway 57

  • Interstate Highway 59

  • Interstate Highway 67

  • Interstate Highway 83

  • Interstate Highway 35

Laredo, El Paso, Hidalgo, and Brownsville have also seen their share of semi-truck crashes. If you have been involved in a Texas interstate highway accident, contact me for a free case evaluation.

Special Considerations Involved in Trucking Accidents

Because truck accidents usually involve commercial vehicles, issues arise that are not found in car and automobile crashes:

  • Freight and overweight Issues

  • Negligent hiring claims

  • Negligent supervision claims

  • Negligent truck maintenance claims

  • State and federal trucking rules and regulations



Both truck drivers and trucking companies are required to follow strict regulations set forth by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and other state and federal agencies. When such regulations are ignored, innocent drivers and passengers are put at risk of serious injury or wrongful death. At my law firm, I'm committed to holding negligent commercial truckers and trucking companies responsible for the damage and loss they cause.

Since 1977, I have been fighting for full and fair compensation for injury victims and their families throughout Texas. I'm certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and I have a reputation for aggressive trial advocacy. I never back down from the toughest opposition in order to pursue the best results possible for my clients.

Common Causes Of Texas Truck Collisions

Some of the most frequent negligence-related causes of truck accidents in Texas and nationwide include:

  • Truck driver fatigue

  • Speeding

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol or prescription drugs

  • Reckless driving

  • Poor truck maintenance

  • Defective truck parts

  • Overweight or poorly loaded trucks

  • Insufficient driver training

Preserve Your Evidence

Whether you were injured by a delivery truck, a semi-truck or 18-wheeler, a big rig, a tractor-trailer, a garbage truck, or any other type of commercial truck, it is vital to take prompt action to preserve all available evidence. I will immediately investigate the accident scene in order to gather and analyze:

  • Black box data

  • Truck driver logs

  • Maintenance records

  • Blood alcohol test results

  • Skid marks

  • Property damage

  • Other evidence


If you were injured in a truck accident, you deserve an attorney who will fearlessly work towards getting you every dime you deserve. In addition to my education and 40+ years of experience, I have the passion you want from an attorney. Put me in your corner and together we'll take the right steps forward. Schedule a free consultation today.