Martinez and McGuire is honored to be representing the families of the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting that occurred on May 18, 2018. The shooting is the second-deadliest school shooting in the United States in 2018. Please … Continued
In June 2018, Martinez & McGuire successfully represented a motorcyclist injured in a motorcycle/vehicle collision, obtaining the policy limits of the at-fault driver as well as the limits of the underinsured motorist policy.
On June 14, 2018, the 9th Court of Appeals handed a victory to Martinet & McGuire client, John Austin Hill, ruling that the trial court had authority to stop BNSF Railway Company from having ex parte communications with injured railroad workers during … Continued
In April 2018, Martinez & McGuire, PLLC obtained a significant jury verdict for its client of over $1,200,000.00 arising from a partnership, fraud, and contract dispute in the 458th District Court of Fort Bend County, Texas. This trial was the culmination of 7 … Continued
In February 2018, Martinez & McGuire obtained a seven-figure settlement for a passenger injured when the vehicle he was riding in struck a cow located in the highway.
In January 2018, Martinez & McGuire was able to obtain an eight-figure settlement for a family of a person killed in a construction accident.
On January 15, 2016, Martinez & McGuire obtained a victory on behalf of two railroad workers injured in a train wreck; specifically, Martinez & McGuire obtained a motion for summary judgment finding that Union Pacific Railroad Company violated federal law, … Continued
Martinez & McGuire recently resolved the case for a Union Pacific Railroad Company locomotive engineer involved in a December 30, 2013 34 MPH head-on collision in Keithville, Louisiana that was caused by a BNSF Railway Company employee improperly lining a … Continued
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire settled the case of a Port Terminal Railroad Association locomotive engineer who sustained injuries in a train/tractor-trailer collision.
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire recently settled the case of a Union Pacific Railroad Company (UP) locomotive engineer who sustained an amputated finger while closing the door on a UP locomotive.