Not All Houston Car Accident Lawyers Are Equal

When it comes time to hire a car accident lawyer to help you following a Houston automobile crash, remember that not all attorneys are equal. The bottom line is that you need a firm that specializes in serious car and truck accidents to ensure that your rights are protected and that you receive the best medical care available so that you can get back on your feet. The trial lawyers at our firm are dedicated car wreck lawyers who are not afraid to go to trial. While most lawyers will push you to settle, our firm takes pride in taking cases to trial and winning. In fact, the attorneys at our firm earned the largest accident verdict in the state of Texas in 2011 on behalf of a young woman who was injured in a Greyhound bus crash. If the insurance company won’t offer you a fair settlement for your injuries and damages, we’ll see them in court.

Metro Bus Hits Pedestrian in Fatal Accident


A Metro bus struck and killed a pedestrian while turning into the Transit Center at about 5:30 p.m. yesterday. The vehicle’s front door made initial contact with the man causing him to fall and roll underneath the bus. He was pronounced dead at the scene. No passengers were onboard when the deadly accident took place.

If you or someone you love has been hurt in an accident involving a bus or other commercial vehicle, contact an experienced Metro bus accident injury lawyer today in order to protect your rights.

Why should you contact our firm for assistance following a serious bus accident injury? Because our attorneys understand how to take on the largest bus companies in the nation and win. Our attorneys earned a $7.2 million verdict on behalf of a 24-year-old woman following a three week jury trial in Dallas County against Greyhound Bus Company.

They successfully argued that Greyhound hired an unqualified driver, that he was improperly trained and that he failed to control his speed, ultimately causing the bus to roll over onto its side while driving down an icy road. The jury awarded $2.2 million in damages and another $5 million in punitive damages after finding that Greyhound and its driver were grossly negligent in causing the accident to occur.

Prior to trial, Greyhound offered to settle the case for just $150,000.

This verdict was recently recognized as:

  • the largest verdict ever awarded against Greyhound
  • the largest accident verdict awarded in Texas in 2011, and
  • the largest verdict awarded in Dallas County in 2011