Pursuant to the Stay at Home Order signed Tuesday, March 24, 2020 by the County Judge of Tarrant County, our office has made more changes.  Our doors are locked, but we are working hard from our respective homes.  Our firm has cutting edge technology, utilizing the Cloud for our document storage, database and computing.  We are also paperless, so that we all have access to all the documents for each file.  In addition, our new phones are high tech so we can do everything from home that we could at the office.  I doubt that our clients will notice any difference in our great client service.  The only thing we cannot do is meet in person with our clients as long as the Order is in effect. 

We will continue expediting our claims and when we make a recovery approved by our client we will continue to expedite the disbursement process.  We are all available by phone, email and Zoom video conferencing. 

As long as the doctors’ offices remain open our clients can get the treatment they need.  As long as the insurance adjusters work from home, we can still make our demands and negotiate settlements. 

For our cases in litigation, there may be some delay in hearings and trials, but that is beyond our control.  However, we are trying to make it possible to do depositions, mediations, etc. 

We hope this Shelter In Place Order ends soon; however, our firm will continue to provide the absolute best legal services possible.

Stay Safe!

- The Law Firm of Rocky Walton

Possible Drunk Driver Killed Three on Interstate 20 in Arlington, TX By Rocky Walton on June 25, 2019

ARLINGTON -- Two people died at the scene and a third at a local hospital June 9 after a three-car accident on I-20 in Arlington near the Center Street Bridge, according to the Star-Telegram. The accident also left three cars in flames.

Police said Patrick and Leah Beck left their Grand Prairie home to aid their daughter Leah Beck, whose disabled car was pulled over a shoulder. Police said an east-bound vehicle slammed into the Becks, two of whom were outside their cars, a third inside.

According to newspaper reports, Jose Castro, a 29-year-old Farmer’s Branch man driving a Chevrolet Equinox, was arrested on suspicion of three counts of manslaughter. Police were also seeking testing to determine if the driver was drunk.

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