• November 09, 2022

Portland, Oregon Woman Injured in Truck Accident on I-35 in Austin, TX

Austin, TX -- April 18, 2022, an Oregon woman was injured due to an accident where a semi-truck crashed into her vehicle along I-35.

Initial details said that the crash took place at around 5:30 p.m. along I-35 near Howard Lane.

Oregon Woman Injured in Truck Accident on I-35 in Austin, TX

Authorities said that a 70-year-old Portland, Oregon woman was in a Ford car traveling westbound on Howard. It is said that a semi-truck made a right turn from southbound service road without yielding, crashing into the woman's car.

The woman sustained injuries said to be incapacitating. Additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Oregon Woman Truck Accident on I-35 in Austin

With a crash like this, folks may be quick to assume everything is open-and-shut because initial details point to the truck driver supposedly doing something wrong. But at the end of the day, victims and families must prove their side of the story up against a company that's doing everything in their power to avoid responsibility. If victims and families aren't prepared with the right strategy, evidence, and allies, they may find that challenge difficult to overcome. That's why I try to spread information like what's in the article below so as many people as possible understand these potential challenges.

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