• May 04, 2022

Sarah Beth Varbel Injured in 18-wheeler Accident in Deaf Smith County, TX

Deaf Smith County, TX -- April 4, 2022, Sarah Beth Varbel was injured following an accident which reportedly involved a commercial truck.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 5:12 p.m. along US 60 in the area of FM 2943.

According to officials, 37-year-old Sarah Beth Varbel was in a Toyota Camry traveling eastbound along the highway. While in the left lane, Varbel reportedly swerved to avoid a tractor-trailer in the right lane which police say made a wide left turn toward a crossover. As a result, Varbel's vehicle crashed along the median.

Varbel was said to have non-incapacitating injuries. Right now, further information is unavailable.

Commentary on Sarah Beth Varbel 18-wheeler Accident in Deaf Smith County

It's always important to consider what challenges stand between victims and the help they need, and crashes like this offer a unique opportunity to consider challenges folks don't usually think about. A key thing I noticed in reports is that apparently the vehicles didn't actually collided. Even if that's true, does that really make things more complicated? After all, authorities say the truck made a wide left turn as the victim passed. Well, flimsy or not, any opportunity to avoid responsibility should be taken seriously and anticipated.

Sarah Beth Varbel 18-wheeler Accident Deaf Smith County, TX

The reality is that truck wrecks almost always involve companies with professional teams dedicated to avoiding responsibility. Even if their only defenses are weak ones, their jobs are to make those weak defenses work for them. Without clear evidence and solid legal strategy to meet those blame-shifting tactics head-on, victims and families can easily see that inch given to those defense teams turn into a mile.

By having experienced investigators put together an accident reconstruction, it is far more achievable to show how a crash occurred and whose actions directly led to those events, regardless of whether or not two vehicles physically collided. Taking those steps can be the difference between victims being left out in the wind and victims getting much needed help. These reports on their own don't see to go far enough in the way of clear, convincing evidence, so my hope is that steps are taken here to ensure experienced professionals who know how to take on these challenges has a chance to look into things more thoroughly.


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