Accidents happen throughout the Rio Grande Valley. Not just car wrecks, but trucking accidents, slip and falls, boat accidents, animal attacks – all sorts of accidents. That’s predictable. What else is predictable? The insurance companies will fight – HARD – not to pay you what you deserve.
McAllen, Harlingen, and Brownsville are the three population centers down here in the Rio Grande Valley. Unfortunately, all three have car and truck accidents, with Harlingen probably the worst because of the airport and the constant traffic to and from it.
Villarreal Law Firm, a Leading Team of Accident Attorneys in McAllen and Environs, Announces New McAllen Accident Landing Page
McAllen, Texas – February 18, 2021. The Villarreal Law Firm a team of best-in-class accident lawyers working in Brownsville, Texas, and surrounding areas in Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, is proud to announce a new landing page on McAllen accident lawyer issues. The new page is part of an exciting and novel microsite devoted to helping […]
Villarreal Law Firm, a Leading Team of Accident Attorneys in the Rio Grande Valley, Announces New McAllen Texas Accident Lawyer Website
McAllen, Texas – February 28, 2021. The Villarreal Law Firm a team of best-in-class accident lawyers working in Brownsville, Texas, and surrounding areas in Cameron and Hidalgo Counties, is proud to announce a new microsite focused on McAllen accident attorney issues. Many McAllen residents want to choose the Villarreal Law Firm and the new site […]
If you have been involved in a trucking accident in South Texas – and been lucky enough to survive – you now have another issue.
South Padre Island is a great spot for a vacation, especially in the Spring break and early Summer. As a result it gets full of people at these times and the knock-on effect of that is that there are more car wrecks at those times than the rest of the year, although, admittedly, the island […]
Harlingen is a very busy town because of all the traffic running to and from Valley International Airport, and a lot of that traffic is large trucks and eighteen-wheelers.