One Killed in I-20 18 Wheeler Accident in Midland, TX

Posted By The Carlson Law Firm || 10-May-2013

An 18 wheeler accident on I-20 in Midland claimed the life of at least one person when a big rig, hauling a pipe, t-boned an SUV, officials reported.

According to authorities, the driver of the semi-truck failed to control his speed, sparking the collision on interstate 20 and causing the sport utility vehicle to overturn. Police said traffic had stopped and the 18 wheeler truck was unable to stop in time.

Police identified the person killed in the Midland truck accident as the driver of a red passenger vehicle, 33-year-old Greta Caldwell. According to reports, Calwell was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. The passenger in the SUV was transported to Midland Memorial Hospital.

Commercial Accident Attorneys in Texas

Commercial vehicle accidents can be much more complex than collisions involving only passenger cars. Multiple parties involved and the existence of legal teams and insurance representatives looking out for their commercial clients and companies can put the drivers of passenger vehicles, who have been injured, at a disadvantage. Seeking the aid of a personal injury attorney, experienced with the specific issues and challenges associated with commercial accidents is a vital aspect of seeking justice and compensation for injuries incurred.

If you or someone you love has been seriously injured or killed in a Midland truck accident, call our Texas 18 wheeler accident attorneys at 800-359-5690, contact our Tx truck accident lawyers online or visit one of the 10 office locations for our personal injury law firm across the state for a free case evaluation.

With more than 25 attorneys, private investigators, registered nurses and years of experience handling commercial accidents, our firm has the reach and resources to help injured clients seek the best outcome possible while holding negligence drivers and companies responsible for carelessness and negligence. We care. We can help.


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