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Are SUVs More Deadly to Pedestrians?

Published on Aug 11, 2022 in Car Accidents.

A recent study released in March 2022 aimed to answer the question: Are sports utility vehicles (SUVs) more deadly to pedestrians? It was determined that SUVs, pickup trucks, and minivans are significantly more likely to strike pedestrians than small cars. This is especially true when the vehicle is making a turn or pedestrians are traveling […]

Fifteen Year-Old Albuquerque Boy Likely Killed by Explosives in Police Raid

Published on Jul 25, 2022 in News.

Earlier this month, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) issued a press release identifying a local 15 year-old boy killed in a recent police raid as Brett Rosenau. Preliminary autopsy results revealed that Rosenau died of smoke inhalation after SWAT team members used noise-producing explosives on a home. Initial reports stated that Brett Rosenau had been […]

When Are You Most Likely to Encounter a Drunk Driver?

Published on Jul 22, 2022 in Car Accidents.

It is never acceptable to drive while under the influence of alcohol. Alcohol impairs a driver’s ability to notice road hazards, react in a timely manner, and make good decisions. Drunk drivers are far more likely to cause accidents than those that are sober behind the wheel, and they cause approximately one-third of total accident […]

Is It Safe to Rely on Crash Avoidance Technology?

Published on Jul 22, 2022 in Car Accidents.

If you are the type of person to keep up with nuances in the automobile manufacturing sector, you likely encounter stories about all the different types of crash avoidance technology being released on the market. It seems like automakers and third-party technology companies are always trying to develop new options to keep motorists safe on […]

Signs That a Dog Is Potentially Aggressive

Published on Jul 8, 2022 in Premises Liability.

Most of us have come across a dog that we have immediately assumed is aggressive at least a few times in our lives. It might have been something about their look, stance, growl, bark, or how they tried to break free from their leash that led us to think the canine we encountered was one […]

What Constitutes Maximum Medical Improvement?

Published on Jun 24, 2022 in Medical Malpractice.

As medical malpractice attorneys, we often discuss helping our clients secure the compensation they need to make the best possible recovery. The word “recovery” can be a bit misleading, though. Victims who have been harmed at the hands of a medical professional often hear this word and think that it means they will return to […]

How Do High Temperatures Affect Tires?

Published on Jun 17, 2022 in Car Accidents.

We enjoy more than 200 days of sunshine every year in Dallas, TX. With hot summers, relatively mild winters, and plenty to do around town, it’s easy to see why more than 1.3 million people call our beautiful city home. However, as residents of Dallas, we also need to be prepared to handle potential heat-related […]

What Causes Vehicle Occupant Ejections?

Published on Jun 17, 2022 in Car Accidents.

When most individuals hear about vehicle ejections, they automatically think of the prospect of a bicyclist or motorcyclist being thrown off their respective bikes. While those incidents are real and scary, ejections from cars are quite common too. Automobile ejections happen under various circumstances. Below we’ll discuss these circumstances and their causes. We’ll also highlight […]

How Walkable is Albuquerque?

Published on Jun 2, 2022 in Premises Liability.

Some U.S. cities are naturally more walkable than others. The term walkable implies that the city or town is easy to get around and go places on foot as opposed to by car. Walkable cities are often planned that way when first built, with major hubs like downtown areas built with multiple places to eat, […]

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How Does Informed Consent Work in New Mexico Medical Malpractice Cases?

There are risks and benefits to every medical treatment. The decision to move forward with a procedure, therapy, or medication should involve both you and your doctor carefully weighing the potential benefits against any risks. When a doctor moves forward without first securing your informed consent, you could be at risk for suffering harmful side […]

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Are SUVs More Deadly to Pedestrians?

A recent study released in March 2022 aimed to answer the question: Are sports utility vehicles (SUVs) more deadly to pedestrians? It was determined that SUVs, pickup trucks, and minivans are significantly more likely to strike pedestrians than small cars. This is especially true when the vehicle is making a turn or pedestrians are traveling […]

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Fifteen Year-Old Albuquerque Boy Likely Killed by Explosives in Police Raid

Earlier this month, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) issued a press release identifying a local 15 year-old boy killed in a recent police raid as Brett Rosenau. Preliminary autopsy results revealed that Rosenau died of smoke inhalation after SWAT team members used noise-producing explosives on a home. Initial reports stated that Brett Rosenau had been […]

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