• December 20, 2022

Joseph Childress Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Plano, TX

Plano, TX -- November 23, 2022, Joseph Childress was injured due to an accident where a vehicle crashed along Wynhurst.

Investigators said that the incident happened at around 7:30 along Wynhurst Road and Vista Glen Drive, just off the Bush Turnpike.

Joseph Childress Injured in Single-Vehicle Accident in Plano, TX

According to initial details, 39-year-old Joseph Childress was in a Ford F150 which was traveling eastbound along Wynhurst. At Vista Glen Drive, the pickup somehow veered left, hitting a fire hydrant on the corner before then hitting a parked vehicle.

Childress was said to have incapacitating injuries as a result of the incident. No one else was said to be injured. Additional details require further investigations to confirm.

Commentary on Joseph Childress Single-Vehicle Accident in Plano

Some people become frustrated with how non-committal I am reading about crashes like this one. They're usually all too confident in blaming the driver, and they wonder why I, an experienced attorney, wouldn't admit that this sort of thing is usually the result of things like alcohol or texting and driving. But that's not really why I withhold judgment on these incidents.

Is driver error the most common factor in these situations? Of course. Is it the only reason single-vehicle wrecks happen? Of course not. Likely or not, experienced investigators consider anything from mechanical issues to medical issues to being over-served by a bar to a roadway missing signage or lighting. Only by knowing all the facts should anyone feel confident making a conclusion. I certainly don't have the full story here, so why would I go around blaming someone when I don't have all the facts? I would encourage others to take the time to learn why this prudence is so important for victims and families--especially if authorities overlooked something important here.

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