Car And Truck Accident Lawyers
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Personal Injury & Wrongful Death

  • Car Accidents.  Car accidents can be caused by a number of factors.   Often, accidents are from speeding, texting while driving, being rear-ended, side-swiped, t-boned or caused to roll over.    Contact a board certified personal injury specialist BEFORE you speak to the insurance company representative.   The insurance company try to prevent you from receiving the compensation you deserve.

  • Truck Accidents. 18-wheeler truck and other commercial vehicle accidents are often caused by improper actions by the driver or the trucking company.  These types of truck accidents can be easily avoided through proper maintenance and reasonable care by the driver.  Often, the most serious truck acdidents are caused by the following:

    If you have been injured in an automobile accident that was caused by a semi tractor-trailer truck, speak to a board certified personal injury specialist before you speek to any insurance adjuster.  It is important that you be treated fairly and. Call Mr. Fleming if you have been injured in a truck accident anywhere in Texas or the United States.


  • Drunk Driving DWI Accidents. We have represented many victims of drunk drivers. When you or a loved one are the victim of vehicle crash caused by a drunk driver, you should retain a board certified personal injury lawyer to aggressively pursue the drunk for the damages and injuries he has caused. Accidents caused by drunks often cause the most devastating injuries due to their outrageous driving. The wrongful conduct by the DWI offender can entitle you to exemplary damages for your injuries. Also, it is a crime to give your car to a drunk. In some cases, the person who handed over the keys to the drunk driver might also be liable. You need a specialist personal injury attorney to properly handle this matter to ensure that you revieve all the compensation available.
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