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New Mexico Failure-to-Warn Product Liability Claims

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When someone is injured while using a product for its intend purpose, they may be entitled to compensation for their injuries through a New Mexico product liability lawsuit. As is the case with other claims, there are several different types of product liability claims, and a plaintiff should know which claim they are bringing in... read more
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Expert Witnesses in New Mexico Personal Injury Cases

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In many New Mexico personal injury cases, there are complex legal issues that the average juror may not understand – which is why New Mexico plaintiffs and defendants must on occasion provide expert testimony. Generally, an expert witness is someone who is qualified through their education, training, experience, or practical skills. Expert witnesses are often... read more
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The Spoliation Rule: A Party’s Duty to Preserve Evidence That May Be Relevant to an Upcoming Trial

Posted in Auto Accidents
One can easily imagine a world in which a defendant fearful of an upcoming lawsuit destroys internal company documents that the defendant knows may be harmful to its case. This fear of the destruction of evidence in anticipation of litigation gave rise to the doctrine of spoliation. Essentially, the doctrine of spoliation allows for a judge to... read more
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Product Liability Case Dismissed after Federal Appellate Court Finds that Plaintiff’s Expert Testimony Was Inadmissible

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The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit recently released an opinion affirming a lower court’s decision that summary judgment should be granted in favor of a defendant in a product liability lawsuit. The case stems from a tragic traffic accident that occurred when a passenger died when he was traveling as a... read more
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