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Carlsbad Personal Injury Attorney

When you or a loved one suffer injuries through no fault of your own, it is often difficult to prove the other party’s guilt and get their insurance to pay your claim. Having one of the skilled and persistent Carlsbad personal injury attorneys from The Fine Law Firm by your side can make a significant difference in recovering for your injuries and losses.

At The Fine Law Firm, our Carlsbad personal injury attorneys are:

  • Nationally recognized by Martindale-Hubbell and Avvo;
  • Based locally in New Mexico for over forty years; and
  • Respected by other members of the legal community.

Call our office to schedule a free, confidential consultation today. We have the resources and experience it takes to fight even the largest insurance companies. There are no upfront or hidden fees when you choose The Fine Law Firm.

How Can Carlsbad Personal Injury Attorney Help Me?

A personal injury accident causes you to shoulder not only pain but also weighty medical bills and mental and emotional stress. A Carlsbad personal injury attorney from The Fine Law Firm will help take these burdens off of you while building a strong claim for damages on your behalf.

Your personal injury attorney will aid you by:

  • Gathering relevant evidence such as police reports, witness statements, and any video surveillance footage;
  • Obtaining and having your medical records analyzed;
  • Calculating your total financial losses;
  • Negotiating a fair settlement with any insurance companies; and
  • Taking your case before a judge and jury if no settlement is possible.

At The Fine Law Firm, one of our Carlsbad personal injury attorneys will stand beside you through every step of the personal injury claim process up through, and including trial. Our attorneys are available after hours and on weekends to clients for questions and legal advice. Contact us today to learn more about your claim and what makes our firm stand out from the others.

What is a Personal Injury Claim?

A personal injury occurs when someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or intentional act injures another person. A personal injury claim is not the same as a criminal charge. Personal injury claims arise from individuals while the government brings forth criminal charges.

The purpose of criminal law is to punish using jail or prison time, probation, and fines. Personal injury claims seek to recover costs and compensation for the victim from the at-fault party. This is in an attempt to place the victim in their pre-accident state.

There are several types of personal injury claims. Some of the most common include:

  • Car accidents;
  • Truck accidents;
  • Medical malpractice;
  • Premises liability; and
  • Workplace accidents.

Common Personal Injury Accidents

Car accidents and commercial truck accidents make up a significant number of personal injury claims. These accidents share some injuries with truck accidents being the more deadly of the two. Car and truck accident injuries may include the following:

  • Cuts and bruises;
  • Broken bones and fractures;
  • Spinal cord injuries, including paralysis; and
  • Head and brain injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Although most healthcare professionals mean well, medical mistakes regularly occur. Medical malpractice is not limited to doctors but extends to all healthcare professionals. It includes, but is not limited to:

  • Birthing errors;
  • Surgical infections;
  • Failure to diagnose or treat; and
  • Prescription errors.

Premises liability is a segment of personal injury law dealing with property owners and possessors and visitors to the property. Those people responsible for the property have specific duties towards visitors and may be liable for accidents such as:

Workplace accidents may also fall under workers’ compensation insurance, personal injury law, or both. When liability for an injury falls upon a third-party, such as a subcontractor, a workplace accident claim may be available for an injured worker. Workplace injuries often include:

  • Crushing injuries;
  • Falling object injuries;
  • Falls from heights; and
  • Electrocutions.

To learn more about your personal injury claim and the potential to recover compensation for your injuries and losses, call The Fine Law Firm. One of our New Mexico personal injury attorneys will meet with you and discuss the types and amounts of damages available for your claim. At The Fine Law Firm, we will fight aggressively for your right to compensation.

Call The Fine Law Firm and get started today. There are time limits in place to file personal injury claims in New Mexico.