Glasheen has won some of the state's biggest judgments for victims involved in personal injury cases, and now he will be teaming up with Pottroff, who has a specialty in railroad accidents.
Both Gashleen and Pottroff will represent some of the victims involved in the train tragedy in Midland on Thursday.
The lawyers have been speaking to a few victims involved in the accident but as of right now only Heather and Richard Sanchez are the only names being released.
Heather Sanchez is married to army Sergeant First Class Richard Sanchez who is currently staying at the Midland Memorial Hospital with injuries from the crash on Thursday.
"Richard and I are very grateful for everything Midland has been doing for us" says Heather Sanchez. "We don't blame Show of Support they've been nothing but gracious".
Glasheen an Pottroff are now going to be working together to bring justice to the families affected by the accident.
Pottroff has 30 years experience in railroad related accidents and says that he is confident that the warning signal given by the train should be longer than 20 seconds.
Now Pottroff is out to prove the warning signal time, saying that he thinks it should be closer to 30 seconds.
"I can tell you today that in all probability the warning time for this crossing was 30 seconds or greater" says Pottroff.
Pottroff and Glasheen will be investigating all factors of the train tragedy before filing legal action.