• August 18, 2022

Roswell, New Mexico Man Killed in Truck Accident on TX-214 in Gaines County, TX

Gaines County, TX -- July 13, 2022, a Roswell man was injured due to an accident where a semi-truck crashed into his vehicle on Highway 214.

Authorities said that the crash happened at around 8:00 a.m. along Highway 214 near mile marker 273.

Roswell Man Killed in Truck Accident on TX-214 in Gaines County, TX

According to reports, a 34-year-old Roswell, New Mexico man was in a Ford Taurus traveling southbound on the highway. Ahead, reports say that a commercial truck failed to yield coming off the shoulder. As a result, the truck hit the Roswell man's car, forcing both vehicles off-road.

Due to the crash, the Roswell man succumbed to fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported. At this time, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on Fatal Truck Accident on Highway 214 in Gaines County

If things happen the way these reports say, this is about as egregious as it gets. How someone fails to see a car before merging onto a straight, sunlit highway is just unthinkable. No reasonably prudent truck driver would make such a terrible mistake. So what was different about this?

Folks may not think answering that question is all that difficult. It's pretty obvious who's at fault, right? I've handled hundreds of commercial vehicle wrecks over the years. Put simply, the moment victims and families take the facts for granted is the moment the trucking company wins.

These companies have teams of professionals dedicated to minimizing their responsibility. From blame-shifting to stonewalling to underhanded tactics designed to get families to sign away their rights, it's important folks recognize these tactics and have the allies and tools to overcome them. Doing so could be crucial in getting answers for a family no doubt going through unimaginable grief right now.


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