• August 09, 2022

Scott Allen Douglas Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Sherman, TX

Sherman, TX -- February 11, 2022, Scott Allen Douglas was injured due to an accident where his motorcycle crashed along the roadway.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 1:40 p.m. near Frisco Road and Texoma Parkway.

According to officials, 34-year-old Scott Douglas was on a motorcycle traveling northbound along Frisco Road. For reasons unconfirmed, the motorcycle lost control and rolled over, ejecting Douglas.

Douglas reportedly had incapacitating injuries due to the crash. Police allege that he had been drinking, but this has yet to be confirmed.

Commentary on Scott Allen Douglas Motorcycle Accident in Sherman

Folks may be quick to see allegations of alcohol and just assume they're accurate. Quite frankly, if those claims turned out to be false, it wouldn't be all that surprising. I've handled plenty of situations where police put someone at fault only for more thorough independent investigations to show they did nothing wrong.

Scott Allen Douglas Injured in Motorcycle Accident in Sherman, TX

Now, alcohol is always important to consider, especially considering dram shop law which says an alcohol provider can be liable for over-serving someone who gets into an accident. But it's also important to consider things like mechanical issues, road hazards, medical conditions, tire blowouts, defects, etc. Likely or not, getting someone the help they deserve means ensuring they're getting all the facts. I can't help wondering if those steps were ever taken here?

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