Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire resolved Alfredo Arredondo, Jr.’s case against Union Pacific Railroad Company. Arredondo, a conductor for UP, was injured when the grab iron on the railcar he was riding on unexpectedly broke. The case settled for … Read More
Clint McGuire represented a railroad conductor who suffered a hernia lining a defective railroad switch. The case was resolved for a confidential settlement amount.
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire was honored to represent Chris Bingham and Joel Morgan, BNSF trainmen, who were seriously injured in Marceline, Missouri when the BNSF train they were operating struck a BNSF tractor-trailer transporting a BNSF excavator on … Read More
Clint McGuire obtained a confidential six figure settlement for a railroad conductor who was injured when the company van he was riding in collided with an 18 wheeler.
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire PLLC was honored to represent Roderick Smith for the injuries he sustained when the company van he was riding in backed into a pole. The case settled for a confidential amount.
Clint McGuire obtained a summary judgment order finding that Union Pacific Railroad Company failed to comply with the Federal Safety Appliance Act when a grab iron on a railcar unexpectedly broke. Consequently, the only remaining issue for the jury to … Read More
Martinez & McGuire PLLC obtained the full policy limits of the at fault driver who ran a red light and injured our client.
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire PLLC represented a railroad worker who was injured when the railcar he was riding on in reverse at night struck a backhoe that was fouling the tracks. The case settled for a confidential settlement … Read More
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire PLLC obtained a confidential settlement for a railroad worker who was injured when he stepped into a locomotive and fell to the ground because a contractor failed to replace the locomotive floor.
Clint McGuire settled the case of a railroad worker who was injured when the train he was working in between unexpectedly began moving, which is a violation of the railroad’s 8 Deadly Decisions.