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New Mexico Booster Seat Law

Posted in New Mexico Laws
A booster seat is a critical piece of safety equipment if you have a child under the age of 12. It will allow your vehicle’s seat belts to properly fit over your child’s lap and shoulder. This is vitally important in preventing serious or fatal injuries to your child if you get into a serious... read more
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Federal Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Regulations

Posted in Truck Accidents
Broken laws are a common cause of motor vehicle accidents. Truck accidents are no exception. Commercial truck drivers have more laws to follow than average drivers due to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). It is up to every truck driver and presiding truck company to know and obey the FMCSA’s rules of operation.... read more
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What Is a Demand Letter?

Posted in Legal Terminology
Every personal injury claim starts with a demand letter. The demand letter is the initial contact the claimant makes with the defendant, or the allegedly at-fault party. It is a letter that states clearly and succinctly the nature of the injured party’s complaint and the amount of compensation he or she requires to settle the... read more
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New Mexico Car Inspection Laws

Posted in New Mexico Laws
In 2017, 45,906 reported motor vehicle accidents occurred in New Mexico. As is the case in all states, New Mexico has laws in place to reduce the risk of auto accidents. These laws include general traffic safety rules, such as drivers must obey speed limits and follow roadway signs, as well as rules requiring vehicle... read more
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What to Do When Your Car Insurance Claim Is Denied

Posted in Auto Accidents
A car accident could lead to significant out-of-pocket costs. You could spend thousands on medical bills, auto repairs, a rental car and travel expenses. If you took all the correct steps after a car crash and filed a loss claim with the at-fault party’s insurance company, you may assume that will be the end of... read more
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