• June 30, 2022

Justin Henley Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Ingleside, TX

Ingleside, TX -- June 16, 2022, Justin Henley was injured due to an accident where a motorcycle crashed along the roadway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 11:30 p.m. along Main Street at Braswell Street.

Officials said that 24-year-old Justin Henley was on a motorcycle along Main Street. While going southbound, the motorcycle hit something in the road, and the motorcycle lost control and crashed.

Henley had incapacitating injuries due to the crash, reports said. Henley reportedly told authorities the back tire of the bike may have been wobbling prior to the crash. This and other details remain under investigation.

Commentary on Justin Henley Motorcycle Accident in Ingleside

Justin Henley Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Ingleside, TX

With two possible explanations put forth here, I can't help wondering if authorities are really giving the crash the attention it deserves. I find too often, especially with motorcyclists, that authorities don't prioritize single vehicle wrecks. As a result, important details can slip through the cracks. Unlikely as it may be, a wheel wobbling and causing a crash can be a sign that there's a defect. Could that mean there's a manufacturer out there responsible for these injuries? Could other riders be in danger of suffering similar harm? The only way to be sure is to have experienced professionals look into these possibilities and get clear answers.


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