Heavy Duty Towing and VSF Lawyers


We are dedicated to justice for our clients. Each professional at The Walters Firm will stick by you and fight for your rights, no matter how big or well-funded the other side may be.


Our attorneys don’t give up when the going gets tough. That’s when we are at our best.  Our attorneys are dedicated to fighting for your rights so that you can focus your personal and business life.


Our attorneys will relentlessly fight for your recovery.  Stonewalling and stalling are common insurance company practices.  We will vigorously pursue every legal remedy available to our clients.

Our Team

Brian Edward Walters

Brian Edward Walters

Attorney at Law

Mr. Walters advocates for heavy duty incident management towing companies and vehicle storage facilities. As a published author on towing law, Mr. Walters has years of experience in the towing, storage, and recovery industry and has worked with clients across the state to help companies get paid for clearing crash scenes of all sizes and storing vehicles.


VSF Fee Collection

VSF Fee Collection

If you have vehicles sitting in your yard that have been abandoned, we want to help. We work with VSFs across the state to locate responsible parties and fight to get you paid for your work.

Trucking Company Towing Disputes

Trucking Company Towing Disputes

Trucking companies routinely delay or refuse to pay heavy duty towing companies for the work they perform. We fight to help heavy duty towing companies get paid for the services that they perform in clearing Texas roads of dangerous wrecks.

Heavy Duty Tow and Recovery Collection

Heavy Duty Tow and Recovery Collection

If an insurance or trucking company is not paying for the towing, recovery, and storage services that you provided, please call us today. We help towing companies and VSFs get paid on incident management tows when insurance companies refuse to pay or only offer policy limits.

From the Blog

A Guide to Tractor Trailers

Trucks move over 71% of the nation’s freight by weight. 11.49 billion tons of freight, primary shipments only, was transported by trucks in 2018, representing 71.4% of total domestic tonnage shipped. To carry the loads, these large trucks require a wide variety of trailers. Trailers are attached to the trucks as an extra carrier vehicle. They have no engine, only a chassis and wheels. This article reviews some of the basic types of trailers that operate in Texas and the United States. 

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Texas Car Crash — Injury Lawyer

Texas Car Crash Fatalities by Crash Type

In each year since 2014, over 3,500 Texans were killed in automobile crashes on Texas Roads. While the specific numbers have varied up and down, the unfortunate trend is that crash fatalities are generally increasing in Texas. In 2014, there were 3,536 automobile crash fatalities in Texas. That number has gone as high as 3,797 in 2016. The most recent year for which data is available from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is 2018 which shows 3,642 traffic fatalities in Texas.

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