If a snow plow blinded my daughter while she was on a country road causing her not to see a semi that was stopped in the middle of the road which she then hit, who bears responsibility?

Question Details: She could not see a semi that was stopped in the middle of the road to turn into a driveway. She tried to swerve to avoid the semi but slid on ice causing her to hit the rear-end of the truck. The police report placed blame on the weather but said it was actually the snow plows fault for the accident. My husband let the insurance lapse so she was uninsured at the time of the accident. The semi company is trying to seek legal action against her for damages. What can she do?

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