After Tour Bus Crash In Dallas Killed Two And Injured More Than Forty Passengers, The Texas Injury Law Firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz Offers Answers

(HOUSTON, TX) What was intended to be a fun trip to the Choctaw Casino Resort in Oklahoma ended in tragedy when the tour bus transporting approximately 50 Texans rolled over on State Highway 161 - the George Bush Turnpike. Authorities have confirmed that two women were killed in the commercial bus crash and as many as 40 more were taken to local hospitals for treatment.

The Houston law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz understands that this may be a difficult time for those involved in the crash or for those with loved ones who were passengers on the tour bus.

The personal injury attorneys of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz have dedicated their careers to offering legal answers to families when tragedy suddenly and permanently affects the lives of people throughout Texas. The firm offers a free consultation to anyone who was injured or has a family member who was injured or killed in the recent Dallas tour bus tragedy.

The Texas injury law firm of Abraham Watkins has experience handling complex bus accident cases. Abraham Watkins has successfully obtained multi-million dollar settlements for those injured in commercial bus accidents throughout Texas and their families, including:

  • An $88 million settlement related to a bus fired that claimed the lives of 23 people during a Hurricane Rita evacuation. Forty-four nursing home residents and nursing staff from Bellaire, Texas had been traveling by motorcoach for 15 hours when a passing motorist alerted the driver to the appearance of a fire in the wheel well. Heat generated in the right rear tag axle caused the tire to catch on fire, filling the cabin of the bus with smoke and hindering rescue efforts.
  • A $10.8 million settlement related to a bus crash in Victoria, Texas. The driver of the tour bus lost control, sending the bus into a skid across the roadway. Several of the 46 passengers, who were returning to Houston from Monterrey, Mexico, were seriously injured in the wreck.

There is no way to predict the outcome of the Cardinal Coach Line crash. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is onsite, conducting an investigation on behalf of the federal agency. For those who were injured or who have a loved one that was injured, Abraham Watkins believes that you have the right to have someone investigating the crash on your behalf as well.

The personal injury lawyers of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Aziz have been protecting injured people and their families for more than 65 years. Contact the Houston law office today to schedule a free, confidential appointment with an experienced bus accident attorney today. The firm can be reached online or at 713-587-9668 (toll free 800-580-9121).