When Is a Landlord Liable for an Apartment Slip and Fall Injury?

Slip and fall injuries occur in apartment, condo, or other rental premises on a frequent enough basis that the question of liability must be answered when injuries result. While some slip and falls happen as a result of a pure accident for which no one is to blame, others occur because of dangerous conditions on a property that should not … Read More

Top Causes of Neck Injuries in Albuquerque

Neck pain can be a burden to live with, preventing a person from doing activities they love the most, or even from sitting, sleeping, or performing daily tasks comfortably. In some cases, neck pain is so severe that it is debilitating.

Car Accident at a Stop Sign

A common area for a car accident to occur is at a stop sign. Usually, this is because one driver fails to stop, simply speeding through the stop sign and hitting another vehicle or person, or because there is confusion over which vehicle has the right of way, leading to both vehicles proceeding at once.

What Types of Damages Can I Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

When the fault of another person leads to your injury, one of the most important things is ensuring that you get the compensation that you deserve. Whether you are harmed in a car or truck accident, a slip and fall, an accident involving a defective product, or another accident type, if another’s negligence caused your injuries, then you have the … Read More

How Do Comparative Fault Laws in New Mexico Affect Recovery for Personal Injuries?

Each state has different laws regarding how the claims processes works after an incident where you have been injured. Some states have implemented a no-fault system, where for example drivers involved in a car wreck can turn to their own insurance, regardless of fault. But New Mexico maintains a traditional tort system of liability, also called an at-fault system. In … Read More

What Happens if I’m Involved in a Crash with an Uninsured Motorist?

The state of New Mexico has one of the highest rates of uninsured drivers in the nation. The Insurance Information Institute (III) reports that 21.6 percent of drivers in the state of New Mexico are uninsured, ranking New Mexico as fourth in the country in terms of most uninsured vehicle operators. If the driver is uninsured, though, how is a … Read More

What To Do After You’ve Been Injured

Personal Injuries can be very costly, and if the fall was caused by another person or business, a lawsuit may be the only way you can recover medical expenses, lost wages, or money to compensate for pain and suffering. There are a few easy but important points to keep in mind in the immediate aftermath of a slip and fall … Read More

What To Do After a Car Accident

Accidents happen, even to careful drivers. After a car accident, you might be stunned with shock, dizzy with adrenaline or enraged at the guy who ran the red light. Remember that this is why we have auto insurance: to financially protect ourselves and others.   The first thing to do after an accident? “Take a deep breath,” says insurance agent … Read More