San Antonio-Based Bill Hall Jr. Trucking Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

by San Antonio Attorney

Bill Hall Jr. Trucking GP LLC in San Antonio Texas has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on June 18, 2016 to prevent creditors from taking the company’s assets.

The company’s lawyer, Jesse Blanco, said that the move has no connection to its manager’s pending murder case. Frances A. Hall, the trucking’s manager, is accused of killing her husband Bill Hall Jr. in 2013 by running his motorcycle off the road with a car that she was driving.

Frances Hall signed the bankruptcy petition.

The construction materials delivery business, Bill Hall Jr. Trucking Ltd., was not included in the bankruptcy petition.

The reason for LLC’s bankruptcy filing is the issue over the type of the materials that Ltd. gets from dealers and transport to companies that construct roads. Deliveries dwindled and so the LLC’s hauling equipments are not operating, according to Blanco.

The company expects that customers of Ltd. will resolve the problems regarding quality of materials that were being delivered by LLC trucks.

Court documents reveal that the company has $7.5 million in assets and $5.8 million in liabilities.

The company owns 50 trailers and over 80 Freightliner and Kenworth trucks. Also included in the list of company’s assets is a 2016 Cadillac Escalade.

The creditors of the trucking business include Paccar Financial Corp., Daimler Truck Financial, and First Midwest Equipment Financing. Blanco is unsure who among the Bill Hall Jr.  Trucking GP LLC in San Antonio Texas has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on June 18, 2016 to prevent creditors from taking the company’s assets.

The company’s lawyer, Jesse Blanco, said that the move has no connection to its manager’s pending murder case.  Frances A.  Hall, the trucking’s manager, is accused of killing her husband Bill Hall Jr.  in 2013 by running his motorcycle off the road with a car that she was driving.

Frances Hall signed the bankruptcy petition.

The construction materials delivery business, Bill Hall Jr.  Trucking Ltd., was not included in the bankruptcy petition.

The reason for LLC’s bankruptcy filing is the issue over the type of the materials that Ltd.  gets from dealers and transport to companies that construct roads.  Deliveries dwindled and so the LLC’s hauling equipments are not operating, according to Blanco.

The company expects that customers of Ltd.  will resolve the problems regarding quality of materials that were being delivered by LLC trucks.

Court documents reveal that the company has $7.5 million in assets and $5.8 million in liabilities.

The company owns 50 trailers and over 80 Freightliner and Kenworth trucks.  Also included in the list of company’s assets is a 2016 Cadillac Escalade.

The creditors of the trucking business include Paccar Financial Corp., Daimler Truck Financial, and First Midwest Equipment Financing.  Blanco is unsure who among the creditors made threats to repossess the company’s assets.

In August, Frances Hall will stand in trial for the death of Bill Hall Jr.  According to authorities, the incident arose due to an alleged romantic love triangle involving Bill Hall Jr.’s girlfriend, Bonnie Contreras.

Frances Hall was also using her SUV to crash into the Land Rover which Contreras was driving during the incident.

Lawyers of Frances Hall, however, say that Bill Hall Jr.  was accidentally killed.creditors made threats to repossess the company’s assets.

In August, Frances Hall will stand in trial for the death of Bill Hall Jr. According to authorities, the incident arose due to an alleged romantic love triangle involving Bill Hall Jr.’s girlfriend, Bonnie Contreras.

Frances Hall was also using her SUV to crash into the Land Rover which Contreras was driving during the incident.

Lawyers of Frances Hall, however, say that Bill Hall Jr. was accidentally killed.

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