Waco Industrial / Plant Accident Lawyer
Providing Exemplary Legal Representation
For those in Texas, there are a myriad of jobs available in the industrial
workplace, as well as in the agricultural industry; however, everything
from oil refineries to fertilizer plants can propose numerous complications.
With these occupations, their employees face a variety of dangers each
day, presenting serious hazards and sometimes life-threatening situations.
One negligent action by an employer, fellow coworker, or outside force
could cause horrible injuries.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of a workplace accident, it is
imperative that you obtain necessary legal representation. Timing is everything
in cases like these, and, according to the Texas State Code §16.003,
you have only two years from the date of the injury to pursue legal recourse
before the case becomes invalid. Contact our office today to learn more
and receive highly reputable legal advocacy from our injury attorneys.
Highly Committed to Each Client as Texas Trial Lawyers
Having obtained billions of dollars, our Waco personal injury attorneys
are dedicated to providing each client with the highest level of legal
service. Given the honor of being selected for inclusion in the
Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ list, Attorney Jason Itkin and Attorney Kurt Arnold have received compensation
for numerous injury victims throughout the U.S. We work to aggressively
protect the rights of our clients, seeking the maximum compensation for
medical expenses, lost wages, and any pain involved.
At Arnold & Itkin, our clients are our first priority as we treat them
as more than just another case number. No matter how complicated or simple
your case may appear, please do not hesitate to contact our office right
away. We are available to answer any questions you may have and calm your
concerns as you move towards restitution.
History & Demographics of Waco
Founded in 1849, the city of Waco is rich with history and brimming with
economic opportunities. Conveniently located in the heartland of Texas,
Waco is known for its wide array of natural resources, diverse people
groups, and variety of activities. The Huaco Indians established the area
in the early 1800s, which later caused the city to be named Waco after
its founders. In 1837, Texas Rangers came into the area attempting to
build a fort and by 1844, an Indian trading post was created near Waco
village. It was officially founded in 1849. On August 29, 1856 the City
of Waco was incorporated into the state of Texas. Full of history and
a center for commerce, Waco is also home to numerous educational institutions.
With highly fertile land in the Brazos Valley, Waco became one of the top
cotton producing cities in the entire world as wealthy plantation owners
came up from the South to pursue potential business endeavors. In 1894,
there was a Cotton Palace Pageant, which was an exhibition that lasted
an entire month housed inside of a lavish building within the city. While
the building is no longer in existence, the pageant still happens each
year in late April. To this day, the city still relies on crops and other
agricultural avenues for its revenue, as it is located in the manufacturing
and technology corridor. The percentage of the adult population with a
bachelor's degree or higher is at 19%, with the average salary hitting
$26,000. Offering job positions in a multitude of fields, there are many
options for those seeking employment.