A driver was cited after an auto accident for making an unsafe turn when he struck our client. Our client needed medical treatment in the trauma unit for both anterior chest wall pain over the clavicle, and pain in the right knee.
The plaintiff, a small business owner, suffered injuries when her vehicle was struck by the defendant. The defendant was held accountable in this case.
The driver of an oil field 18-wheeler truck caused a collision in a Texas town by failing to yield the right-of-way at a stop sign, striking our client’s vehicle. The truck driver claimed that he was not negligent, but we were able to prove otherwise. Our client’s injuries included neck, arm, shoulder, and back pain, including two herniated disks at C5-6 and C6-7 that required surgery to repair.
The plaintiff, a teacher, was struck by a commercial vehicle while traveling on the George Bush Freeway, North of Dallas. She was treated in the emergency room, and released to receive follow-up medical care from her primary care physician.
Our client, a grandmother, suffered injury to her left upper arm and right gluteus maximus in an auto accident. Although she underwent surgery for her injuries, she had difficulty walking afterwards, and trouble sleeping at night. The other driver was found to be negligent and responsible for both the accident and injury to our client.
The defendant was the driver of an oil field tanker truck anxious to get “off the clock” when his truck crossed the center line of the road. His trailer entered the oncoming traffic lane and struck a car, causing our client to suffer multiple lacerations, bruising, and soft tissue injuries.