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New Mexico Helmet Laws

Posted in Bicycle Accidents
Many studies have proven the importance and efficacy of wearing a helmet. Helmets can drastically decrease the risk of a severe head or brain injury in a motorcycle or bicycle accident. For this reason, many states have passed helmet laws requiring citizens to don protective headgear while operating certain vehicles. New Mexico is one of... read more
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How To Get the Most Money From a Car Accident

Posted in Car Accidents
If a car accident changed your life, you may need financial compensation for your losses. A crash connected to someone else’s negligence, recklessness or intent to harm you could make you eligible for significant financial recovery in New Mexico. Filing an insurance claim and knowing how to negotiate it for the best possible results could... read more
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How To Get a Copy of a Police Report

Posted in Car Accidents
Most states obligate drivers to report car accidents to the authorities. Reporting accidents can help hold at-fault drivers accountable for their actions. It could also improve the accuracy of state crash statistics, lending more information to important safety initiatives. New Mexico is no exception. As a driver, you must report a car accident to the... read more
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Types of Car Accidents

Posted in Car Accidents
Any type of car accident in New Mexico could burden you with painful and debilitating injuries, expensive vehicle damages, lost income and many other losses. Identifying who or what caused your car accident is typically necessary to obtain compensation in New Mexico. In many cases, studying the type of car accident you were involved in... read more
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Court Determines Landowner Does Not Have a Legal Duty to Trim Trees Near Intersection in Recent Car Accident Case

Posted in Auto Accidents
Recently, a state appellate court issued an opinion in a personal injury case involving an accident victim’s claim that the defendant landowner’s failure to trim the trees on their property was the cause of the plaintiff’s injuries. Ultimately, the court concluded that the defendant landowner did not owe the plaintiff a duty of care to... read more
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