• August 09, 2022

Mollie Allison Malone Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Parker County, TX

Parker County, TX -- July 19, 2022, Mollie Allison Malone was injured after an accident where an 18-wheeler crashed with her vehicle.

Investigators reported that the crash took place at around 7:15 a.m. along I-20 near mile marker 296.

Authorities said that 49-year-old Mollie Allison Malone was in a Toyota Corolla traveling westbound on I-20. As traffic slowed, an 18-wheeler reportedly failed to control speed and crashed into Malone.

Reports say that Malone's injuries were incapacitating. No other injuries were reported. Further information about the crash is unavailable at this time.

Commentary on Mollie Allison Malone 18-wheeler Accident in Parker County

With a crash like this, one of the biggest mistakes I see is thinking things are open-and-shut. In reality, there can always be unique challenges that make things more complex than a simple crash report can address.

Mollie Allison Malone Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Parker County, TX

Case in point, I had a crash not long ago involving a truck driver texting and driving. As open-and-shut as that seemed, our investigations revealed he was responding to his supervisor. This idiot manager demanded drivers constantly respond to him all day long, and if they took to long, he essentially threatened them with their jobs. It was just a matter of time before someone got hurt.

What a less experienced attorney might see as a walk in the park, more thorough investigations revealed to be an entire company that needed to clean up its act before more people get hurt. That's not a routine situation by any means, so having the right evidence and legal tools ahead of time can make a world of difference. Maybe nothing so challenging happened here, but I try my best to help folks see why it's best not to wait around until it's too late to deal with whatever obstacles arise.

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