Austin, TX – One Killed, Two Hurt in Two-Vehicle Crash on TX-130

Austin, TX – One Killed, Two Hurt in Two-Vehicle Crash on TX-130

Austin, TX (October 27, 2023) – The Austin Travis County Emergency Medical Services Personnel confirmed that one person died in a motor vehicle accident that occurred on Monday evening, October 23.

According to ATC EMS reports, two vehicles collided in the area of 10638 – 11106 Texas State Highway 130. The incident blocked the southbound side service road near Maha Loop Road.

Authorities arrived at the scene and located one person with severe injuries. They began to administer CPR to the victim. However, the adult patient passed away while at the scene.

Two additional victims suffered injuries. Both victims were treated on-site.

At this time, the Austin Police Department is investigating.

We hope both injured parties recover quickly.

Our sympathies go out to the family of the victim who died in this crash.

Texas Fatal Car Accidents

A fatal car accident can have a significant impact on your family. Unfortunately, these accidents take the lives of thousands of people every year in Texas. The sudden and unexpected loss of a loved one can be extremely emotional, leaving your family to grieve indefinitely.

Unfortunately, fatal accidents bring with them a lot of financial uncertainty. We see countless families forced to pay funeral costs, burial expenses, and more. To help alleviate some of the damages your family faces, it is important to file a wrongful death claim.

What is a Wrongful Death Claim?

A claim for wrongful death is filed in the aftermath of a fatal accident. These claims are designed to hold reckless parties accountable. To file a claim successfully, you must be able to demonstrate that negligence was a factor in the accident that claimed the life of your loved one. This includes showing the following:

  • Duty of Care: The defendant was legally obligated to act reasonably to avoid harming the deceased person.
  • Breach of Duty: The defendant failed to meet this obligation by engaging in some reckless action. This could be speeding, driving impaired, or even using their phone while behind the wheel.
  • Causation: The defendant’s breach of duty caused the deceased person’s injuries or death.
  • Damages: Your family suffered financial losses or other losses, such as emotional distress, as a result of the death.

After demonstrating these elements, you have the ability to recover compensation to alleviate both the economic and non-economic damages that your family has been forced to endure.

To provide your family with the best chance of maximizing the compensation you recover in holding the negligent party accountable, it is in your best interest to seek guidance from a wrongful death lawyer early on. Your attorney will be able to start building your case and showing all of the elements of negligence existence so that you are able to get justice.

Call Our Wrongful Death Lawyers Today

At The Law Offices of Troy A. Brookover, our team is committed to guiding you through this difficult time and seeking justice for your loss. We offer compassionate and experienced legal representation that will allow you to focus on healing with your family while we handle all aspects of your case. Remember, time is limited when it comes to taking legal action after losing a loved one due to a fatal collision, so do not wait to reach out for a free consultation at (210) 226-2000. Let us fight for your rights and help bring closure during this difficult time.

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Disclaimer: This post is purely informational and does not serve as a call for business. The information presented here should not be interpreted as legal or medical counsel. Additionally, the accompanying photograph is illustrative and was not captured at the actual site of the incident.