• July 27, 2022

Brenda Rudel Ayres Injured in Truck Accident in Conroe, TX

Conroe, TX -- June 21, 2022, Brenda Rudel Ayres was injured due to an accident where a truck crashed into her vehicle.

Investigators were called to the intersection of Grand Central Parkway and Loop 336 West at around 1:30 p.m.

According to officials, 77-year-old Brenda Rudel Ayres was in a Honda CR-V traveling southbound on Grand Central. At the intersection, a truck pulling a trailer reportedly failed to yield, crashing into Ayres's vehicle.

Ayres was said to have non-incapacitating injuries due to the crash. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional information is unavailable.

Commentary on Brenda Rudel Ayres Truck Accident in Conroe

Folks may look at this as pretty open-and-shut, but I try to caution people that there is almost never a simple or straight-forward truck wreck. There are barriers that constantly stand between victims and the help they need, and having the tools to anticipate and overcome those barriers is crucial.

Brenda Rudel Ayres Injured in Truck Accident in Conroe, TX

For example, the victim here appears to be in their 70s. When it comes to older victims, I often have to deal with companies saying their injuries were due to their age and preexisting injuries rather than the crash.

This can be countered with experienced medical professionals utilizing high tech imaging equipment to differentiate between "old" injuries and "new" ones. But if an inexperienced attorney, for example, thinks things are open-and-shut, they may not bother taking these precautions, giving the insurance company too much room to muddy the waters.

I can't say what did or didn't happen here, but I can say from experience that taking things as seriously as possible is likely the prudent way to ensure those involved get the help they need.

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