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Have You Been in an Accident with a Truck or Commercial Vehicle in West Texas?

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Potts Law Firm has over 100 years of experience in Colorado City, Big Spring, Abilene, and the rest of West Texas

Get Justice After a Serious Injury

Injury Attorneys Serving All of West Texas

At Potts Law Firm, we specialize in catastrophic injury cases. If you or a loved one has been involved in a truck or commercial vehicle accident, we can help. Our experienced team of lawyers understands the physical, emotional, and financial toll that such injuries can have on you and your loved ones. We are dedicated to providing compassionate and aggressive legal representation to help you recover maximum compensation for your damages.

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Work with our Award-Winning West Texas Legal Team

If you are ready to take legal action, our team is ready to listen to your story, assess your case, and provide the legal guidance and representation you need. Schedule a free consultation with Potts Law Firm today and let us fight for your rights and secure the justice you deserve.

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West Texas Truck Injury & Commercial Vehicle Accidents

Truck and commercial vehicle accidents can result in devastating consequences due to their sheer size and weight. If you or a loved one has been involved in such an accident, our skilled attorneys are here to assist you. We have a deep understanding of the regulations and complexities surrounding trucking accidents, and we will tirelessly pursue justice on your behalf.

Our team will thoroughly investigate the accident, gather crucial evidence, and consult with industry experts to build a strong case. We will work tirelessly to hold all responsible parties accountable, including truck drivers, trucking companies, and manufacturers, to ensure you receive the compensation you need to recover from your injuries and rebuild your life.

The Trucking Companies are Ready to Fight, Are You?

Most trucking companies have rapid response teams that quickly respond to an accident and start gathering evidence to minimize their liability. They have one goal, to refute any responsibility for the accident.

Truck accidents often involve multiple parties, such as the driver, the company, the manufacturer, and others. It’s important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can conduct a thorough investigation to build a strong case and negotiate with the insurance companies to ensure that you receive fair compensation.

Trucks Are Not the Only Commercial Vehicles

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles defines a commercial vehicle as a vehicle designed to transport more than 15 passengers, including the driver and/or has a gross weight rating of 26,001 or more pounds.

This includes garbage trucks, delivery trucks, tow trucks, cement trucks, and school buses.

There was recently an incident in Abilene where a Snyder ISD school bus driver was not paying attention and was driving too fast over a rough patch of road. Multiple children were injured.

Take the Power Back with the Potts Law Firm

Medical bills, lost wages, and physical pain can leave you feeling powerless. Unable to know where to turn and get the help that you deserve. At The Potts Law Firm, we know that these accidents can be life-changing.

That’s why our team of experienced attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the rights of our clients. Everyone deserves justice, and we’re committed to helping victims of these trucking accidents take the power back and get the compensation they deserve.

Don’t feel powerless when it comes to finding representation for you and your family. Get what you deserve with the Potts Law Firm.

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