Wrongful Death

In the early morning of July 18, 2018, a 59-year-old Texas resident and his girlfriend were asleep in their bedroom when a noise caused them to stir. Before the man could finish warning his girlfriend to call the police, he was shot and killed by a member of the Waller County Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) team.  Unbeknownst to the man, the Waller County SWAT team were conducting a planned police “raid” of his residence for the purpose of executing... Read More

October 7, 2019 McAllen, TX: The Zambrano Law Firm is the first Rio Grande Valley firm to file a lawsuit against Wal-Mart after the shooting in El Paso on August 3, 2019. “I am honored to represent the mother of my high school friend to bring honor to his memory and punish all wrongdoers associated with this lawsuit,” said personal injury attorney Jesse Zambrano. “We want to make sure justice is served for my client and all related families who suffered... Read More

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Jessica and Guillermo Garcia were shopping near the entrance of the store with their two children when Patrick Crusius approached with an AK-47 assault rifle and began shooting. Crusius shot at the Garcias multiple times as their children watched in horror. At least one bullet hit Guillermo Garcia’s spine, and he has undergone multiple surgeries since. Today, one month after the shooting, Guillermo Garcia remains in the hospital in critical condition. Jessica Garcia was also hospitalized for her injuries but... Read More

[caption id="attachment_18798" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Coryell Memorial Hospital campus explosion site[/caption] Attorneys for Wilber Dimas were granted a temporary restraining order to preserve evidence in the aftermath of the Coryell Memorial Hospital explosion that claimed the lives of two workers and left over a dozen critically injured. Attorneys Rob Ammons of The Ammons Law Firm in Houston and Jim Dunnam of Dunnam & Dunnam in Waco requested the Court order for all of the companies involved in the explosion “to cease... Read More

Two weeks ago, a driverless Uber car struck and killed a pedestrian crossing the street in Tempe, Arizona.  This grim event marks a troubling milestone, the first human victim of a robot-controlled car. Police reports indicated the victim was walking a bike across the street, outside a crosswalk in the evening at 10:00 PM.  The Uber was reportedly driving at 40 miles per hour in an autonomous mode, however an operator was in the driver’s seat.  The Uber never slowed... Read More

A Texas man, age 66, was assaulted and killed by a co-worker wielding a crow bar at the Harris County headquarters of his trucking company employer.  Rob Ammons has filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the man’s widow, alleging that, before hiring the alleged assailant, the company failed to conduct a proper criminal background check which would have revealed a previous intentional homicide.  In addition to negligent hiring, Ammons further contends that the alleged assailant was carelessly retained... Read More

On January 16, 2018 San Antonio, Texas, Federal judge Xavier Rodriguez rejected a request by a relative of one of the Sutherland Springs shooting victims permission to interview several U.S. Air Force officials about the agency’s handling of the shooter’s case. Judge Rodriguez will decide whether to allow the deposition of those responsible for reporting the shooter’s military convictions to the FBI on February 6, 2018. Several persons filed notice of claims to the Air Force through the Federal Tort... Read More

Takata Death Toll Rising Investigators with Florida Highway Patrol confirmed Wednesday, January 17, 2018, that the death of Nicole Barker, a 34-year-old mother of three, was caused by a defective Takata air bag Fthat ruptured in her 2002 Honda Accord after she was involved in an accident on July 19, 2017.[1] According to the investigator’s report, Barker was traveling down a two lane road in Holiday, Florida, going 30 mph, when a 1999 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am driven by a... Read More



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