Lawsuit Filed For Couple Crashed Into By Commercial Vehicle

dallas-county-court-building-1…. and who shot J.R.?

Berenson Injury Law has filed suit on behalf of a husband and wife who were seriously injured when they were rear ended by a commercial vehicle on Interstate 35. Both could have died. They suffered multiple fractures, had to undergo surgeries and extensive physical therapy, and have a very difficult time recovering from their massive injuries.

The young commercial driver admitted that he looked away and didn’t notice the traffic in front of him slowing down. We intend to prove that he was texting while driving in violation of state and federal laws.

We look forward to fighting for our clients and getting them the compensation they deserve.

The two Dallas County Court buildings

The lawsuit was filed in Dallas County in the building on the right.

But we used this photo which also includes the original “Old Red Courthouse” because many people — including those who watched the blockbuster series “Dallas” from the late 70’s through the early 90’s– may think that is the real district courts building. Here is more information about its beautiful architectural details.

“Old Red” is now a museum that showcases the history of Dallas, both real and virtual. The white Stetson hat J.R. Ewing wore is prominently displayed.

OK, so how many of you can still remember the answer to the sizzling question of “who shot J.R.?”

We can help you

Berenson Injury Law has filed many lawsuits against companies and their negligent drivers over the past nearly 40 years. We are going to hold the company and its driver accountable for the enormous damages they have caused our clients.

In addition, we want other businesses to hear about substantial court verdicts and settlements and be motivated to hire better drivers, more effectively train and supervise them, and quickly terminate the bad ones so that we drivers are safer on our highways.

Please contact us if you have any questions about your collision case.

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