• January 18, 2023

Randall Clinton Farmer Injured in Truck Accident in Taylor County, TX

Taylor County, TX -- December 28, 2022, Randall Clinton Farmer was injured following an accident where his vehicle and a semi-truck crashed.

Initial details given by the authorities said that the collision happened at around 6:40 a.m along US Highway 277 near mile marker 310.

49-year-old Randall Clinton Farmer was in a Dodge Ram 3500 traveling northeast along the highway. Farmer apparently attempted to pass a Mack truck on the left, but the vehicles somehow made contact as Farmer was moving back to the northbound lanes. The Dodge then ran off-road and overturned.

Farmer was said to have incapacitating injuries as a result of the crash while the truck driver was apparently uninjured. The cause of the crash remains unclear.

Randall Clinton Farmer Injured in Truck Accident in Taylor County, TX

One of my biggest concerns after an accident involving serious injuries is whether or not the reports are giving both sides of the story. The victim's injuries were said to be serious, and the closest the details come to saying what happened is suggesting the victim's vehicle may have clipped the semi-truck while merging. I certainly can't confirm or deny those events, but what is this claim based on?

Did authorities conduct a thorough, exhaustive reconstruction of the crash? Is there video evidence? Witness statements? Did anyone follow up with the victim after he was taken to a hospital? Or is all of this based solely on one driver's statements and an officer's best guess at what happened? Unfortunately, that's far more common than anyone should be comfortable with. It's one of the reasons so many people who come to me bring along accident reports which completely miss the mark. I can only hope that the answers given to those involved in this crash are much more satisfactory than the ones released to the public.

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