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Court Determines Landowner Does Not Have a Legal Duty to Trim Trees Near Intersection in Recent Car Accident Case

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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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Slip-and-Fall Case Dismissed Based on Plaintiff’s Failure to Prove that Grocery Store Violated a Duty of Care

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Recently, a state appellate court issued an opinion in a personal injury lawsuit discussing an essential aspect of New Mexico premises liability cases. The case required the court to determine whether the plaintiff established that the defendant grocery store owed him a duty of care. Finding that the store did not owe the plaintiff a... read more
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Court Applies the Doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitor, Allowing Plaintiff’s Case to Proceed Towards Trial

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A state appellate court recently issued an opinion in a case discussing an important and underutilized doctrine that can help New Mexico personal injury victims prove their case against an allegedly negligent defendant. The case required the court to determine if the plaintiff properly presented a claim under the res ipsa loquitor doctrine after an elevator... read more
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