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Train Accident Attorneys In Texas
The wide-open spaces and rolling hills of Texas made it easy to build railroads here. There are thousands of miles of tracks crisscrossing our state. Many railroad crossings in rural areas do not have gates, only warning lights. This increases the possibility of collisions between freight trains and passenger vehicles. Passengers on Amtrak’s Texas Eagle can also suffer serious injuries or death in the event of an accident.
If you have suffered injuries or a loved one has died in a train accident, you may be able to recover compensation. Call Wyatt Law Firm today at 210-255-2231 for a free consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers.
We serve people throughout Texas and the nation, including the cities of San Antonio, Dallas, Houston, Austin, Laredo and Corpus Christi.
Experienced In Complex Personal Injury Litigation
Attorney Paula Wyatt has earned a reputation across Texas and the nation for her litigation skills. She has a record of success in complex accident cases involving well-funded transportation corporations. Ms. Wyatt has been selected to the list of Texas Super Lawyers and named by The National Trial Lawyers as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Wyatt Law Firm has the financial and investigative resources needed to handle cases involving train accidents, plane accidents and other large-scale disasters.
We Seek Full Compensation
Wyatt Law Firm provides results-oriented representation in cases involving:
- Collisions at crossings between trains and passenger vehicles
- Amtrak Texas Eagle accidents
- Trinity Railway Express accidents
- Chemical spills following freight train accidents
When representing you, we will undertake a comprehensive investigation and advocate for you aggressively, seeking the best possible settlement or jury award.