• October 27, 2022

Richard Charles Usher Injured in Truck Accident in Concho County, TX

Concho County, TX -- October 11, 2022, Richard Charles Usher was injured after an accident where a pickup and a semi collided.

Information says the crash happened at around 5:45 p.m. along US Highway 83 in the area of FM 765.

Richard Charles Usher Injured in Truck Accident in Concho County, TX

It appears that 39-year-old Richard Charles Usher was the driver of a Dodge Ram traveling westbound on FM 765. At US 83, the pickup crossed paths with an 18-wheeler, leading to a collision.

Usher was said to have incapacitating injuries due to the crash. No one else appeared to be hurt. Additional details about the crash cannot be confirmed at this time.

Commentary on Richard Charles Usher Truck Accident in Concho County

When it comes to crashes like this, folks don't often realize just how complex they can be. All of the chaos can lead to authorities overlooking details if they aren't careful or if they aren't accustomed to handling commercial vehicle accidents. When information slips through the cracks, it can do a lot more damage than folks realize.

For example, there was a crash I looked into out in West Texas a while back where police said that a man ran a stop sign, and a truck hit and killed him. After independent investigations, though, it turned out TxDOT had actually removed those stop signs early in the day while working, but they forgot to replace them. So how exactly did someone run a stop sign that wasn't there?

I'm not saying anything so unusual happened here, but understanding those sorts of examples can help folks see why experienced attorneys like myself tend to rely more on independent accident reconstructionists. There is simply too much at stake for the victims and families to risk letting something important slip through the cracks.

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