• April 13, 2022

Matthew Atkisson, 2 Injured in Car Accident in Bell County, TX

Bell County, TX -- March 22, 2022, Matthew Atkisson and two were injured due to an accident where two vehicles crashed head-on.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 3:50 p.m. along FM 439 near Martin Drive.

Preliminary reports said that 46-year-old Matthew Atkisson was in a Dodge Ram 1500 traveling eastbound along FM 439. For reasons unclear, the pickup reportedly went left of center and crashed head-on with a westbound Volkswagen Jetta.

Two people in the Volkswagen reportedly had incapacitating injuries. Atkisson reportedly had non-incapacitating injuries. Right now, the cause of the crash has not been confirmed.

Commentary on Matthew Atkisson Car Accident in Bell County

Matthew Atkisson, Car Accident Bell County, TX

If these events occurred as the reports say they did, then folks may be quick to jump to conclusions. Common factors include things like distracted driving, speeding, and intoxicated driving. These are all important to consider--especially alcohol, if some local business over-served the driver and can be held liable for their involvement. But what about less common factors? Even if something like a manufacturing defect is relatively unlikely, it's important that experienced investigators look into things thoroughly so nothing slips through the cracks. Getting people the answers and potentially the help they need should always be a priority, and that's not going to happen without a proper accident reconstruction.

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