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Liability and Negligence in Commercial Truck Accidents

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Some of the most catastrophic collisions on the road involve commercial trucks. Their vast size and weight make them deadly to smaller passenger vehicles and their occupants. In 2017, over 4,600 fatal traffic accidents involved big rigs in the U.S. The majority of fatalities in commercial truck accidents are people in other vehicles. Victims must... read more
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Stages of a Car Accident Lawsuit

Posted in Car Accidents
You will likely have many questions after getting into a car accident in Albuquerque. If your insurance claim turns into a personal injury lawsuit, this may lead to more questions instead of answers. Understanding the general stages of a car accident lawsuit in New Mexico can help you know what to expect from the process... read more
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[Study] People Killed in Police Chases

Posted in Aggressive Driving
In August 2017, two people were killed (a third died weeks later from the injuries she sustained in the crash) in Albuquerque, New Mexico after a driver fleeing the police in a stolen vehicle slammed into a tow truck and burst into flames. In November 2017, a seven-month-old boy and his two-year-old sister were killed... read more
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Important Records to Obtain After a Truck Accident

Posted in Truck Accidents
Truck accidents often cause catastrophic personal injuries for victims. If you get into a trucking accident in New Mexico, it is crucial to protect your rights by gathering the most important information about your crash and claim. Your ability to obtain evidence of the truck driver or company’s fault for the accident could help you... read more
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New Mexico Car Insurance Laws

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Almost every state requires some form of car insurance for drivers. Car insurance guarantees the driver has the funds to pay for injuries and damages he or she causes in a crash. Operating a motor vehicle without car insurance in New Mexico is against the law. If you are a new driver or recently moved... read more
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