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How Can Victims of Hwy 183 Multi Vehicle Crash Recover Full Compensation?

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Nine people were injured when five cars collided last Friday night.

KXAN disclosed reports from Austin-Travis County EMS that say the multi-car crash happened on Highway 183 near Ed Bluestein Boulevard and Loyola Lane at 8:15 p.m. Four medical vehicles responded.

Luckily, no one was killed in the crash. There were serious injuries, though. EMS transported six people to University Medical Center Brackenridge. There is concern for the lives of two of these people, who sustained life-threatening injuries.

Police are investigating the multi vehicle crash and we will update this blog as the reports are released.

We wish the injured victims a full and speedy recovery and extend our sympathies to their family and friends. Serious car accidents can seem insurmountable in the face of recovery and expenses, which is why our entire team is passionate about helping clients rebuild their lives after tragedy.

Undoubtedly, the victims and their families will be left wondering how to pay for mounting medical bills. Multiple car accidents are complicated and present their own issues—determining fault and deciphering damages can be a challenge when each party has their own story of the incident. In this situation, it is crucial to hire a lawyer who can investigate the crash, negotiate medical bills, and make sure that insurance attorneys do not overlook or underpay your claim.

If you have been injured in a serious car crash, our firm wants to help. We believe that our firm does not deserve to be paid unless we win for our clients, which is why we work on a contingency fee basis. A person hurt in a preventable accident should never be forced to contend with pain, medical bills, lost wages, and a shattered life.

If you need an Austin personal injury lawyer, call us for a free consultation. Our team will listen to you and help you decide how to move forward.