The lawsuit asserts allegations against the Defendants for failure to monitor, repair and/or maintain the brake system on the 18-wheeler vehicle, failing to replace hazardous parts and/or materials on the tractor and/or trailer, failure to properly maintain, monitor and/or repair the 18-wheeler, and for failure to permit Mr. Flores appropriate breaks and instead requiring him to work approximately seven or more straight days such that Mr. Flores was overworked and fatigued at the time of the incident.
A Temporary Restraining Order was filed on October 19, 2020 and has since been granted by a Harris County District Court judge to preserve the 18-wheeler and any evidence in the vehicle involved in the incident so that a team of investigators can perform the necessary inspections.
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