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Amarillo’s Top Railroad Accident Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Train Strikes Semi Truck Stalled on Tracks in Texas Panhandle

Posted on February 2, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

A semi truck was struck by a train after it stalled on the railroad tracks in Panhandle on Tuesday around 12:20 p.m. According to Panhandle City Manager Terry Coffee, the occupants of the truck were able to get out before the train struck it. The incident happened at the tracks, about a miles and a … Continue reading Amarillo’s Top Railroad Accident Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Train Strikes Semi Truck Stalled on Tracks in Texas Panhandle

AMARILLO PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY: REPRESENTING PARENTS AFTER THE ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF A CHILD

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

    Amarillo Personal Injury Attorney, Jesse Quackenbush of Quackenbush Law Firm has been representing personal injury and wrongful death accident victims for nearly 30 years.  Many times, his clients are the family members of accident victims who were killed by the negligent conduct of another person or corporation.  According to Quackenbush, the most devastating … Continue reading AMARILLO PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY: REPRESENTING PARENTS AFTER THE ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF A CHILD

AMARILLO AUTO ACCIDENT ATTORNEY OFFERS FREE CONSULTATIONS: 806-374-4024

Posted on January 12, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Amarillo Auto Accident Attorney, Jesse Quackenbush of Quackenbush Law Firm has already achieved a 2017 wrongful death settlement for one family guaranteeing them a $3.2-million-dollar net recovery AFTER attorney fees and expenses.  The case involved a Fortune Global 500 Corporation whose undertrained employees caused an 18 wheeler accident and horrific explosion.  According to Quackenbush, the … Continue reading AMARILLO AUTO ACCIDENT ATTORNEY OFFERS FREE CONSULTATIONS: 806-374-4024

Report: Stop Signal Disregarded by BNSF in Deadly Panhandle Train Wreck

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo Courtesy NTSB Preliminary Report A preliminary report released Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board indicates that the eastbound BNSF Railway train that was in last month’s head-on collision with another BNSF freight train in Panhandle, TX had passed a “slow down” signal and had increased speed by the time it passed a “stop” … Continue reading Report: Stop Signal Disregarded by BNSF in Deadly Panhandle Train Wreck

Amarillo Railroad Accidents: NTSB Report Indicates Eastbound BNSF Train Didn’t Follow Signal System in Fatal Panhandle Accident

Posted on July 15, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo provided by KAMR 4 Amarillo. A preliminary Report from the NTSB explains the train crash of two BNSF trains that occurred in Panhandle, TX. The report indicates that the eastbound train, which was traveling at 65 mph before the crash, failed to heed the stop signal resulting in multiple fatalities. BNSF reports the estimates … Continue reading Amarillo Railroad Accidents: NTSB Report Indicates Eastbound BNSF Train Didn’t Follow Signal System in Fatal Panhandle Accident

BNSF CLASS ACTION: BNSF Train Wreck In Panhandle Likely Caused By Signal Malfunction or Dispatch Error

Posted on July 12, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

  According to sources associated with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, Quackenbush Law Firm has learned that the most likely cause of the fatal train wreck in Panhandle, Texas was signal malfunction or dispatch error. BNSF employees have expressed fear that the railroad will attempt to cover up the real cause of the accident and … Continue reading BNSF CLASS ACTION: BNSF Train Wreck In Panhandle Likely Caused By Signal Malfunction or Dispatch Error

Public Health: Diesel exhaust fumes are ‘major cancer risk’ and as deadly as asbestos and mustard gas, says World Health Organization

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

  Diesel exhaust found to cause lung cancer and associated with an increased risk of bladder cancerTWorld Health Organization.  The France-based International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), part of the WHO, has reclassified diesel exhausts from ‘probable’ carcinogens to a group of substances that have definite links to cancer.   Research has shown that … Continue reading Public Health: Diesel exhaust fumes are ‘major cancer risk’ and as deadly as asbestos and mustard gas, says World Health Organization

Class Action Lawsuits: BNSF Panhandle, Texas Train Wreck Diesel Explosions & Increased Cancer Risks For Exposed Residents

Posted on July 7, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo provided by Amarillo Globe News Quackenbush Law Firm is currently accepting personal injury and property damage cases against Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad’s Panhandle, Texas train wreck. Two trains collided and caused a series of massive explosions and fires which burned for days. Initial investigations have confirmed that many residents of Panhandle, Texas were … Continue reading Class Action Lawsuits: BNSF Panhandle, Texas Train Wreck Diesel Explosions & Increased Cancer Risks For Exposed Residents

Amarillo Railroad Accidents: Quackenbush Law Firm Now Accepting New Clients as Part of Class Action Suit Against BNSF Railroad After Deadly Collision

Posted on July 6, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo provided by Amarillo News Channel 10 and Daily Mail Quackenbush Law Firm is accepting new clients as a part of a class action lawsuit to be filed against Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad for personal injury and property damages caused by the train wreck in Panhandle, Texas. WARNING: DO NOT SIGN A RELEASE OR ACCEPT … Continue reading Amarillo Railroad Accidents: Quackenbush Law Firm Now Accepting New Clients as Part of Class Action Suit Against BNSF Railroad After Deadly Collision

Amarillo Accidental Death: Third Train Crash Victim, Lara Gayle Taylor, was Mother and Athlete of Amarillo, TX

Posted on July 3, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo Courtesy Amarillo Globe-News. Lara Gayle Taylor, 45, of Amarillo was a mother and an avid athlete who liked to stay in shape. Friends described Taylor in online messages as a “bright light” who had a good heart and was a “treat to be around.” According to an obituary submitted by Meyers Funeral Chapels in … Continue reading Amarillo Accidental Death: Third Train Crash Victim, Lara Gayle Taylor, was Mother and Athlete of Amarillo, TX