The Callahan Law Firm
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Houston TX 77002
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International / Cross-Border Trucking
Cross-border trucking refers to commercial vehicles, including 18-wheelers and other large trucks that travel into Texas and other states from Mexico. While these trucks and their drivers are supposed to comply with federal and state laws, that is not always the case. Truck accident cases can be complex, even more so when the truck was travelling across international borders. If you or a loved one has been injured in a truck accident involving a truck travelling from Mexico, it is important to consult with a personal injury attorney who knows how to handle these cases.
At The Callahan Law Firm, we handle a wide range of personal injury cases for clients from Houston and throughout Texas. Our attorneys have obtained multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for numerous clients and are prepared to handle your cross-border trucking accident case.
To request a free, informative case evaluation, please call or e-mail us today.
Truck Accidents Crossing the Border
While the regulations for truck maintenance, loading, and other trucking standards are different in Mexico, U.S. laws still apply when the truck accident takes place on a U.S. road.
Our attorneys have the investigative resources to handle the most complex cross-border truck accident cases involving serious injury and wrongful death. We are experienced trial advocates who know how to get results in and out of court.
Texas Truck Accident Attorneys
If you or a loved one has been injured in a cross-border trucking accident, we encourage you to contact our offices to talk about your legal options.
Your initial case evaluation is always free of charge, and we handle these cases on a contingency fee basis. That means that we don't get paid unless and until you get a settlement or jury award.
Call 888-224-7020 or send us an e-mail to schedule a free initial consultation with an experienced Texas truck accident lawyer.