lint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire PLLC obtained a confidential settlement for a railroad worker injured lining a switch at an industry.
Clint McGuire of Martinez & McGuire PLLC represented a railroad worker injured in a vehicle collision while being transported in a company van.
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.
Clint E. McGuire represented railroad conductor, David Bush, in his FRSA Whistleblower case against Union Pacific Railroad Company (UP). UP terminated Bush’s employment after learning that Bush had reported railroad safety concerns to the Mayor of Corpus Christi. Bush recently … Continued
Clint E. McGuire represented Alexandra Lord, a young woman who was walking across the street and was hit and run over by a tractor-trailer. Alexandra sustained catastrophic injuries as a result of the incident. The case recently settled prior to … Continued
Clint McGuire represented a client injured in an automobile collision and obtained the full amount of policy limits. Martinez & McGuire is currently pursuing an underinsured claim on our client’s behalf.
Clint McGuire and Mario Mario Martinez represented a Union Pacific Railroad Company relief track inspector whose company vehicle derailed while traveling over a bridge, crashing 35 feet to the ground. The case was settled after the first trial setting to … Continued