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Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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Fatal Wrong-Way Crash Near Decatur

On Saturday night, a wrong-way crash near Decatur killed four people. The crash happened at about 6:00 p.m. just south of Decatur on Highway 287. According to KFDX News Channel Three, a Volkswagen Passat was headed the wrong way when it struck a Chevrolet Trailblazer head on. Troopers with the Department of Public Safety (DPS) report that the driver of the Volkswagen, Terri Johnson, was a Wise County Justice of the Peace.

Johnson and three people from the other vehicle were all killed in the crash. The victims in the Trailblazer, 32-year-old Juan Rios, 50-year old Sherry Rios and 35-year-old Amy Dee Culwell, were all Texoma residents. Additionally, a four-year-old girl was airlifted to Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth for treatment of injuries. According to a KFDX News update, she sustained two broken legs and facial fractures, but the family expects her to be released from the hospital soon. According to DPS officials, initial reports didn’t indicate alcohol involvement, but the investigation is ongoing and the Dallas County Medical Examiner’s report will not be ready for a few weeks.

Deadly Head-On Collisions in North Texas

Sadly, this is the third fatal head-on collision we’ve reported on in two weeks. One of the crashes took the life of a Graham High School student, and left an entire community in mourning. The other deadly head-on collision involved a semi truck in Baylor County. Head-on collision can happen for a number of reasons. When drivers are distracted, they might drift across the center line. Impaired drivers may go the wrong way up highway ramps. Additionally, since these crashes typically involve impact to the fronts of both vehicles, they can be incredibly devastating and fatal for drivers and passengers.

After a Fatal Crash

If you have lost a loved one due to somebody else’s negligence, it’s a good idea to contact an experienced wrongful death attorney as soon as possible. Surviving family members are often facing expensive medical bills, funeral expenses, lost income and the pain and suffering that accompanies the loss of a loved one. An attorney can handle the legal details, while you grieve for your lost loved one. The team at the Altman Legal Group sends their deepest condolences to the family members and friends of all of the victims involved in this crash. Additionally, we wish a speedy and full recovery for the little girl who was injured.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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No Charges Against Driver Who Struck Children on Horseback

KFDX News Channel Three has recently reported on the new developments involving a fatal wreck that involved a pickup truck and a horse last summer. The criminal grand jury decided there was insufficient evidence to indict the driver of the truck. The wreck happened last July on McFall Road, just north of Highway 258. One of the children died, and the other one suffered from critical injuries. The driver was not injured in the wreck. The driver initially said that he swerved to miss dogs, prior to hitting the children.

Pickup Truck Strikes Children on Horseback

Last July, two children were riding a horse southbound beside McFall Road, when they were struck by a Chevrolet pickup truck. The 11-year-old boy, Jared Macias, died as a result of his injuries, and 11-year-old Destiny Doan suffered from serious injuries. The horse was also killed in the wreck. The collision happened around 1:00 p.m. on McFall Road near the Love Road intersection. Destiny Doan is still recovering from her injuries.

What About Criminal Charges?

According to KFDX News Channel Three, the reconstructionist’s report found that the driver was not speeding or under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the collision. The driver reportedly told Department of Public Safety Troopers that he swerved to avoid hitting a pack of dogs and ended up hitting the horse and children instead. Last week, representatives from the District Attorney’s Office announced that the Grand Jury declined to indict the 60-year-old pickup truck driver. This news didn’t sit well with some residents in Wichita Falls.

What’s Next?

Some Wichita County residents felt like the criminal justice system let these families down. Protestors were outside of the courthouse on Monday holdings up signs for passing drivers to see. The families may still have a remedy in the civil justice system though. Even though the Wichita County Grand Jury chose not to indict the driver, the burden of proof for civil cases is different. Unlike most criminal cases, where the state must prove criminal intent, civil cases use a negligence standard. A civil jury could find the driver is responsible for his actions that day even though the grand jury did not indict him.  If surviving loved ones don’t feel like justice has been served, the family should contact a personal injury attorney to learn about their other options to hold the driver accountable. The attorneys at the Altman Legal Group provide victims and their families with free initial consultations to discuss their cases and the likelihood of success in a civil trial.  If you or a loved one have been harmed and would like to discuss your rights, give us a call at 1-800-772-0828 for your free consultation.

 

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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Deadly Collision in Baylor County

On Monday afternoon, a head-on collision in Baylor County took the life of a 63-year-old truck driver. The wreck happened on U.S. 82, less than 10 miles west of Seymour. According to KFDX News Channel Three, a Chevrolet Tahoe and a semi truck collided head on. The SUV, heading westbound, drifted across the centerline and into the path of the oncoming tractor trailer. The driver of the semi truck tried to swerve at the last minute, but was unable to move the large rig to safety. The two vehicles collided. The driver of the tractor trailer was 63-year-old Donald Ogle of Tennessee. The cab of his truck caught fire, and he was killed. The 24-year-old driver of the Tahoe was airlifted to United Regional Hospital for treatment of injuries.

Tahoe Driver Injured

There’s no word on the SUV driver’s injuries, but KFDX News Channel Three did report that he or she was treated and released. No information has been released on the cause of this crash either. Investigators are likely trying to determine why the SUV crossed over the centerline. Was this a case of distracted driving? Why did the driver drift into oncoming traffic? This wreck is likely still under investigation with law enforcement officials.

Crashes Involving Big Rigs

Crashes involving semi trucks can be devastating for both big-rig drivers and other roadway users. Most tractor trailers can weigh upwards of 80,000 pounds. In 2000, 4,930 big rigs were involved in fatal crashes in America. During that same year, 101,000 big rigs were involved in wrecks that resulted in injuries. Additionally, over half of all fatal crashes involving large trucks happened on non-divided two-lane roadways.

When to Call an Attorney

If you or a loved one has been injured in a crash involving a tractor trailer, contact an experienced attorney as soon as possible. Questions remain unanswered about this wreck, which is most likely still under investigation. In many wrecks involving semi trucks, drivers in smaller passenger vehicles are often the most devastatingly injured. Since tractor trailers are so much larger and heavier than traditional passenger vehicles, they can often cause a lot of damage. Sadly, this is the second fatal head-on collision we’ve reported on this week. Last Wednesday, a head-on collision took the life of a Graham High School student. The team at the Altman Legal Group sends their deepest condolences to the family members and friends of Donald Ogle.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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Graham Teen Killed in Collision

Early Wednesday morning, a two-car crash took the life of a Graham High School student. The wreck happened on State Highway 67. According to KFDX News Channel Three, Candice Martin, a senior at Graham High School, was headed to catch a bus for an area track meet at the time of the collision. Apparently, her 2002 Toyota Camry struck a 2011 Ford Truck head-on. She was headed northbound and the other driver was going southbound when it happened. Very little information has been released about this terrible crash.

There’s no word on how these two vehicles could have collided head on. Was there a mechanical problem with either one of the automobiles? Was texting involved? The cause of this crash is likely still under investigation, but one thing is for certain. The community in Graham, Texas is mourning the loss of a very special high school senior. Candice Martin, who recently turned 18, was a varsity athlete in a number of sports at Graham High School. She was well loved by many friends, classmates, teachers and acquaintances in the community. News Channel Six reported that grief counselors are being made available for students and staff members at all campuses in the Graham Independent School District. According to Dr. Lane Ledbetter, the district superintendent, Martin was a “vibrant student and an outstanding athlete.”

Teen Drivers: Just the Facts

  • In 2010, about 2,700 teens, between the ages of 16 and 19, across the U.S. were killed in crashes.
  • Nearly 282,000 teens were treated in emergency rooms for car crash injuries in 2010.
  • Per mile driven, teen drivers are three times more likely than drivers over the age of 19 to be involved in fatal crashes.
  • Newly licensed teens are at the highest risk for crashes in their first month of licensure.
  • The risk of having a crash grows with each additional teen passenger in the car.
  • The risk of having a car crash is higher for 16 to 19-year-olds than for any other age group.

Anytime a North Texas town loses a teenager, child or young adult, the whole community mourns. Although very little information has been released on the cause of this crash, authorities are likely trying to ensure wrecks like this don’t happen in the future. The team at the Altman Legal Group sends their deepest condolences to the family members and friends of Candice Martin.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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Education Level, Data Mining and Your Insurance Rates

An article out of The Wall Street Journal recently reported on the disturbing news about what education level and data mining have to do with insurance rates. As it turns out, data mining and education level have quite an impact on what you’re paying for car insurance each month. Insurance corporations can actually use data to determine what customers are willing to put up with price hikes, whether they can afford it or not. The Wall Street Journal also found that auto insurance customers are being charged more for reasons that have nothing to do with driving ability or history, like their highest level of education attained.

The Low Down on Data Mining

Data mining means corporations can more effectively deliver services and goods to their customers, right? Unfortunately, this isn’t exactly the case where some very well-known insurance corporations are involved. According to the Consumer Federation of America, auto insurance companies are trying to maximize profits by analyzing data to find out which customers will tolerate repeated price hikes. These customers are likely way too busy to shop around for deals every six months or a year to get the best rate for their car insurance. This practice is known as “price optimization,” which might more accurately be called price gouging.

What About Education Level?

Your level of education, which has nothing to do with your driving ability, also impacts what you pay for car insurance. Two people who are purchasing the exact same coverage can expect two very different premium prices based on their education level or employment position. The New York Public Interest Research Group found that less-educate drivers and those with non-professional, non-managerial jobs can expect to pay an extra $1,000 in premiums.

Why You’re Not Always “in Good Hands”

Although big-budget advertising campaigns and feel-good commercials may give you a false sense of security when dealing with your insurance company, it’s important to remember that large insurance company executives are always looking out for their own bottom lines. At the end of the day, increasing shareholder profits is the goal. Many well-known big-name insurance companies made the American Association for Justice’s list for the Ten Worst Insurance Companies in AmericaHow They Raise Premiums, Deny Claims, and Refuse Insurance to Those Who Need it Most. If you think your insurance company is acting in bad faith, contact the experienced team at the Altman Legal Group at 800-772-0828 for a free consultation today.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

Contact Form

Hit-and-Run Crash on Flood Street

Last Thursday night, a hit-and-run crash injured at least one person in Wichita Falls. The wreck happened at the intersection of Redwood Avenue and Flood Street. At about 9:15 p.m., a driver in a Mercury Grand Marquis heading south on Redwood Avenue failed to stop at a stop sign. The Grand Marquis t-boned a Chevrolet Malibu that was heading east on Flood Street. According to KFDX News Channel Three, a passenger in the Malibu did sustain injuries.

Initial police reports and eye-witness accounts indicate that the driver of the Grand Marquis took off on foot. He allegedly ran north and got into a white car. The suspect wasn’t wearing a shirt, and both automobiles were impounded at the scene. Very little information has been released about this hit-and-run crash which is still under investigation, and anybody with information is encouraged to contact Crime Stoppers at 322-9888.

Hit-and-Run Crashes

Hit-and-run wrecks can be especially traumatic for victims. In addition to dealing with the traditional issues that go along with being injured in a car accident, victims have the added problem of an absent driver. It’s kind of difficult to exchange insurance information with somebody, if he or she took off on foot. Victims might be waiting to hear from local law enforcement agencies about investigative efforts. Even with uninsured motorist coverage, it’s common for victims of hit-and-run crashes to have a difficult time dealing with their own insurance companies. Everybody would like to think they are in “good hands,” but that’s not always the case.

Insurance Companies and The Bottom Line

Ultimately, big insurance companies are looking out for their bottom line. They’re often less concerned with covering their policy holders and more concerned with increasing shareholder profits. Initial low-ball offers are common. A well-documented tactic of many unscrupulous insurance companies is to delay claims processing as long as possible to wear down policy holders. In the mean time, victims are out of work, without transportation and stuck with expensive medical bills. After any type of car accident, whether a hit-and-run driver is involved or not, it’s a good idea to speak with an attorney. If your insurance company isn’t treating you fairly, you need to speak up. If you or a loved one has been injured in any kind of car accident, contact the experienced team at the Altman Legal Group at 940-761-4000 for a free consultation today.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

Contact Form

Oklahoma: 35 Car Crash Fatalities in February

KSWO Channel Seven News recently reported that 35 people died in car crashes across Oklahoma during the month of February. According to the report, Oklahoma County had the most fatalities for the month. Officials with the Department of Public Safety said that six people died in Oklahoma County alone. Listed below is a short breakdown of the February crash fatalities.

The Breakdown

Three pedestrians were killed.
Alcohol was involved in three of the fatal crashes.
30 of the victims were Oklahoma residents.
Twenty of the victims were males.
Pedestrian Safety in Oklahoma

Three of the February victims were pedestrians. Improving pedestrian safety across Oklahoma and Texas needs to be a top priority for motorists. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) “Everyone is a Pedestrian” campaign is aimed at raising awareness about pedestrian safety. In 2011, 4,432 pedestrians died across the U.S. Pedestrians were actually one of the few groups that experienced an increase in motor-vehicle-crash related fatalities in 2011. The NHTSA offers safe walking tips and a variety of resources for pedestrians, parents of children who walk to bus stops, motorists and kids.

Impaired Driving

Impaired driving was involved in three of the fatal crashes in February too. The NHTSA estimates that alcohol-impaired crashes cost more than $37 billion each year. In 2012, more than 10,000 people died in crashes involving an alcohol-impaired driver. That means one person was killed every 51 minutes on average. Getting behind-the-wheel impaired is always a mistake, and the NHTSA wants motorists to know that buzzed driving is drunk driving. There is no safe level of alcohol impairment behind the wheel.

What about Distracted Driving?

Although nothing was mentioned about potentially distracted drivers in the breakdown of the February fatalities, one has to wonder how many crashes involved cell phones or texting-while-driving. Since there isn’t a nationwide or even state-wide standard operating procedure for investigating whether or not a driver was distracted at the time of the crash, it’s a good idea to speak with an experienced personal injury attorney after a wreck. With the prevalence of distracted driving across the U.S., we can only guess at how many of these fatal crashes could have been prevented if only drivers had put down their phones. If you have lost a loved one in a car accident, contact the experienced wrongful death attorneys at the Altman Legal Group at 800-772-0828 for a free consultation today.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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The NHTSA’s New Distracted Driving Campaign

NBC Nightly News recently reported on a new ad campaign aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Brian Williams reports that even though a variety of campaigns have been publicized, motorists are still texting while driving. Drivers who text behind the wheel may have a false sense of security, because nothing bad has happened yet, but research has indicated that distracted drivers may have even slower reaction times than impaired drivers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) new public service announcement has a more serious tone than previous campaigns. The ad portrays three teenagers in a car, enjoying a sunny day when the driver briefly glances at her phone. The driver runs through a stop sign, and in the blink of an eye, their car is struck by an oncoming truck.

April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

The NHTSA is publicizing their new campaign from April 7-15, 2014. This high-visibility enforcement plan is taking a multi-pronged approach to engage motorists. In addition to English and Spanish language television campaigns, radio and digital advertising will also be going on. Officials with the NHTSA hope to get the message across that “If you’re texting, you’re not driving.” As NBC Nightly News’ Brian Williams points out, many drivers are continuing to text-behind-the-wheel because they haven’t had a crash yet. This practice is like playing a dangerous game of Russian roulette. Texting-while-driving is effectively driving blindfolded for certain periods of time. At 65, 45 or even 15 miles per hour, a lot can happen in just a few seconds.

U Drive. U Text. U Pay

The NHTSA’s “U Drive. U Text. U Pay” slogan is being touted as a best-case scenario for drivers. If only a law enforcement officer had the chance to write this girl a ticket, she and her friends might have never been involved in a devastating and quite likely fatal wreck. If you or a loved one is injured in a crash involving a distracted driver, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Since not all cases of distracted driving are immediately apparent, a lawyer will need to follow up with the necessary agencies and law enforcement departments to stay on top of investigative developments. If you or a loved one has been injured by a distracted driver, contact the experienced team at the Altman Legal Group at 800-772-0828 for a free consultation today.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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Semi-Truck Crash in Jolly

On Thursday morning, a semi-truck crash on U.S. 287 had northbound traffic backed up in Jolly. The crash happened at about 7:40 a.m. on northbound 287, near Fisher Road. According to KDFX News Channel Three, a wrecker truck towing a vehicle switched lanes and struck the back end of a tractor trailer. Both the 18-wheeler and the wrecker truck went into a ditch beside the roadway. The semi-truck flipped onto its side and went up in flames. Traffic was backed up as crews worked the scene. Very little information has been released about the potential victims of this crash.

NHTSA’s 18-Wheeler Crash Causation Study

In 2006, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in conjunction with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) conducted a study about causation factors in crashes involving semi trucks. A variety of data was analyzed including information about driver age, number of hours driving, road profile, crash type and types of vehicle involved. Additionally, weather factors, critical reasons and critical events were also analyzed to determine causation in the crashes studied in this report. Inadequate surveillance (failed to look, or looked but did not see) was recorded for 12 percent of large trucks and 10 percent of other vehicles in crashes involving critical reasons for large truck crash causation.

Crashes Involving Commercial Trucking Vehicles

Crashes involving commercial trucking vehicles can be incredibly devastating for other motorists involved. Semi trucks are much larger and heavier than traditional passenger occupant vehicles, and some trucks carry volatile chemicals. Also, the commercial trucking industry has additional rules and regulations to follow for safe roadway use. It’s a good idea to speak with an attorney who has experience with commercial trucking accidents after a wreck. It may be necessary to follow up with a variety of different regulatory agencies and law enforcement departments to find out of a driver or trucking company was violating a commercial trucking regulation or rule.

After a Wreck Involving a Semi Truck

After a crash involving a tractor trailer, you should contact an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible. Crashes involving large trucks often have additional regulations and rules to consider. An attorney can track down important information for your case and stay on top of official investigative developments. If you or a loved one has been injured in a crash involving a tractor trailer, contact the experienced team at the Altman Legal Group at 940-761-4000 for a free consultation today.

Representing Victims And Families
since 1982

Our attorneys are happy to accommodate difficult schedules. We can meet you in the early morning or late afternoon hours.

We can even schedule appointments on the weekends. We are also available to meet you at home or in the hospital if you do not have transportation, or if your injury doesn’t allow you to travel.

What We Offer Clients And Their Loved Ones:

Initial consultations on personal injury cases are always free.
You do not pay us unless we win your case on personal injury cases.
We`re available to answer your legal questions.
We can be an advocate for your loved ones.
Help provide families with resources and advice.
Resolve automobile property damage claims.
Help you find a doctor, even if you don`t have insurance.
We can deal with the insurance companies.

Free Consultation

Over 40 Years of Experience

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