• October 14, 2022

Rachel Taylor Ford Injured in Semi-Truck Accident in Norman County, MN

Norman County, MN -- October 12, 2022, Rachel Taylor Ford was injured due to an accident where a semi-truck and a car collided.

Investigators said that the incident took place at around 3:30 p.m. along Highway 200 in the Lake Ida Township area.

Rachel Taylor Ford Injured in Semi-Truck Accident in Norman County, MN

Officials said that 29-year-old Rachel Taylor Ford was in a Honda Civic traveling eastbound on the highway. In a series of events unclear, Ford "swerved right to miss" a semi-truck turning onto the highway. What followed was not made clear.

As a result of the crash, Ford sustained injuries said to be non-life-threatening. No further information is available at this time.

Commentary on Rachel Taylor Ford Semi-Truck Accident in Norman County

While there isn't much information available here, reports saying someone had to swerve to miss a truck "turning onto the highway" is more than a little concerning. There could be all kinds of explanations, but that sort of thing is usually the result of someone failing to yield. But simply relying on authorities may not be enough to clear things up. Something I discuss a lot on this blog is the importance of having as much information as possible to anticipate what next steps the rucking company may take.

Put simply, trucking companies don't just wait around for victims and families, and they don't simply roll over and take the blame. They have professionals dedicated to avoiding as much responsibility as possible, and there are unique ways they can shift the blame and otherwise disrupt victims' and families' attempts to get the help they need.

Understanding these possible tactics can be a vital first step to ensuring there is enough information and strategy to overcome them. The article below helps to shed light on this complex subject.

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