• June 08, 2022

Oscar Molina Injured in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- May 12, 2022, Oscar Molina was injured due to an accident where a tractor-trailer and a pickup collided.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 7:50 a.m. along the North Freeway in the area of Allied Town Center Road.

According to officials, 19-year-old Oscar Molina was in a Nissan Frontier pickup traveling northbound along the I-35W service road. At Alliance Town Center, investigators said that a tractor-trailer coming off the freeway crossed a double white line and turned right across the service road. The two vehicles then collided.

As a result of the crash, Molina was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. No other details about the crash are available at this time.

Commentary on Oscar Molina Tractor-Trailer Accident in Fort Worth

With a situation like this, folks may wonder why legal professionals would even be necessary. Police clearly say the truck driver did something wrong, so what more is there to know? Well, the challenge isn't usually in the crash reports. It's in the complex process that comes afterward. Trucking companies and insurance companies can come up with their own explanations to muddy the waters, and without clear evidence, those explanations can cause serious problems for the victims and families in need of help.

Oscar Molina Injured in Tractor-Trailer Accident in Fort Worth, TX

Dealing with those tactics, then, becomes crucial. For example, a family came to me a while back about a truck wreck in which the company claimed their loved one was speeding and not wearing their seatbelt. They claimed that was the cause of the victim's injuries, not the truck driver recklessly entering their path. Through our independent investigations, we were able to pin down details that authorities didn't preserve.

For one, debris analysis and a frozen speedometer in the victim's car worked to prove that he hadn't been speeding at all leading up to the crash. Additionally, numerous EMS responders testified that they had to cut through the victim's seatbelt to get them out of the car. And to top things off, we also helped to prove that the reflective tape on the trailer involved was so dirty that it might as well not have been there. Only after all of that did the trucking company take steps to make things right.

I'm not saying all of that happened here, but without thorough investigations, it's all too easy for important details to slip through the cracks. That's why ensuring experienced professionals look into a serious truck wreck as soon as possible can be a vital step forward in getting a family the resolution they deserve. The same could certainly prove true here, as well.

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