• November 03, 2022

Pamela Harr Injured in 18-Wheeler Accident on I-35 in Round Rock, TX

Round Rock, TX — October 20, 2022, 46-year-old Pamela Harr was injured in a crash with an 18-wheeler on Interstate 35 in Round Rock.

Authorities say the incident happened around 7:50 a.m. along I-35 near Old Settlers Boulevard. Preliminary investigation suggests a Freightliner semi-truck was towing a trailer south in the middle lane of the highway. According to reports the truck driver attempted to change lanes when unsafe and crashed into the driver's side of Harr's southbound Nissan Altima.

Harr suffered serious injuries in the collision. No other injuries were reported.

No further information is currently available.

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It seems from reports as though the truck driver's unsafe lane change was the primary reason for the crash and the victim's injuries. As straightforward as that may sound, though, getting the company behind that driver to admit responsibility for the damage is likely to be anything but.

Getting a resolution to a commercial truck accident is often like pulling teeth, no matter what kind of picture early reports paint. Companies have a lot to lose and they'll fight like hell to avoid losing it, which means they'll do whatever they can do swing disputes about fault in their favor. That means arguing with police findings, blaming anything and everything besides their driver for the collision, and sending out their own people to look for evidence of other explanations. Their creativity knows few bounds when they're trying to escape responsibility, and it's best to expect plenty of hurdles when trying to hold them accountable.

That's why I do what I can to inform people about the challenges they might face in situations like this. It's best to be informed and prepared if the worst should happen. Click below to read more.

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