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Meet Our Trial Lawyers

If you have been injured in a train accident or while on the job at a railroad worksite, then you cannot afford to do anything other than protect your future health and wellbeing. Choosing to work with a train accident attorney could help you secure the compensation you need to fully recover – mentally, physically and emotionally.

Any type of railroad injury or passenger train car accident can be traumatic, to say the least. Therefore, it is important that you defend your rights and wellbeing with the help of a professional from Arnold & Itkin LLP. At the Houston law firm, you will find your case in the hands of professionals with a winning record for success. Simply fill out the online form or call us today toll-free at (888) 495-6816.

Dedicated Experience from a Skilled Professional

The team at Arnold & Itkin LLP has recovered billions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. Our firm continues to hold the record for some of the largest results nationwide, including the largest single-incident verdict in Louisiana history ($117 million), a precedent-setting verdict against Johnson & Johnson for unsafe pharmaceuticals ($76 million), the largest verdict ever won for an amputee victim in U.S. history ($44 million), and the largest commercial verdict in Hawaii history ($42 million).

Our law firm is now known for its unique applications of the law and its ability to promote successful outcomes for clients. Our trial lawyers dedicate themselves to the needs of personal injury victims throughout the U.S. Whether addressing your legal issues in the courtroom or at the negotiating table, you can be sure that the lawyers' level of familiarity in both arenas is enough to build confidence and breed success.

Committed to winning settlements for clients and maintaining our respectable reputation, there is little we won't do to ensure the best case outcome for your particular situation.

Review our profiles to learn even more about the skills and credentials of the trial lawyers who will be going to work on your behalf:

Kurt Arnold Jason Itkin Cory Itkin
Kurt Arnold Jason Itkin Cory Itkin
Noah Wexler Kyle Findley Victoria Alford
Noah Wexler Kyle Findley Victoria Alford
Caj Boatright Tara Arnold Kala Sellers
Caj Boatright Tara Arnold Kala Sellers
Ryan MacLeod Adam Lewis Ben Bireley
Ryan MacLeod Adam Lewis Ben Bireley
Roland Christensen Alison Baimbridge
Roland Christensen Alison Baimbridge
Bradford Hendrickson Rebecca Adams
Bradford Hendrickson Rebecca Adams

Contact a Train Accident Lawyer

At Arnold & Itkin LLP we have dedicated ourselves to building strong relationships with the clients we serve. We know just how overwhelming the time after any type of injury and accident can be. Therefore, we do everything in our power to ensure that the needs of every injured victim that walks through our doors is met promptly, adequately and with unrivaled attention. Call us today, toll-free at (888) 495-6816 or fill out our online form to begin the process of your free case evaluation. You won't pay a dime for our legal services unless we are able to successfully secure an outcome for you that is favorable so you have nothing to lose by contacting our firm.

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