How To Dispute Car Accident Fault
When you’ve been injured in a car accident, correctly identifying the at-fault party is key to recovering compensation for your damages. Damages awarded in personal injury claims address your lost wages, medical bills, pain and suffering, mental anguish, property damage, and more. So what happens when you’re wrongly accused of causing a car accident? If […]
What Is the Texas Good Samaritan Law?
Many of us have passed by a bad accident, wishing there was something we could do to help out. Some of us may not be able to contribute more than checking on the victims and calling 911 to get paramedics to quickly come to the scene. However, others may have had some basic first aid […]
The Dangers of Concussions in Youth Sports
Sports are the second leading cause of traumatic brain injury (TBI) among youth aged 15 to 24, outnumbered only by motor vehicle crashes. It’s estimated that: Between 1.7 and 3 million sports-related concussions happen every year in the U.S. 2 out of every 10 high school athletes will suffer a concussion during the play season […]
Trip and Fall Injuries vs. Slip and Fall Injuries
When you visit someone else’s property in Albuquerque, such as a home, a swimming pool, a store, a sports arena, or a park, you expect it to be fairly safe to navigate. In other words, you don’t arrive there expecting to slip, trip, or fall on something and to suffer such serious injuries that you […]
Dangerous Practices That Cause Truck Accidents
Driving the largest vehicles on the road, at the highest speeds, for the longest distances, carrying some of the most hazardous transportable materials—that’s what many truck drivers do every day for a living. Therefore, it’s essential that truck drivers and their employers refrain from the dangerous practices that cause truck accidents. Any risky, careless, negligent, […]
Texas Dram Shop Laws
There is no understating of the seriousness of a drunk driving accident. An intoxicated driver is an uninhibited driver, meaning they are much more likely to speed and engage in risky behavior and much less likely to take action to avoid a collision. If you’ve been hit and injured by a drunk driver, you already […]
What To Do After You Think You Caused a Car Crash
While some of us utilize our vehicles to go on leisurely rides, whether on a short day trip or when making a cross-country move, the rest simply rely on our cars to get to places we need to be in an expeditious way. With over 500,000 residents, Albuquerque is New Mexico’s most populous city. Our […]
Common Truck Accident Scenarios
Sharing the highway with the large commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) known as big rigs, semi-trucks, tractor-trailers, or 18-wheelers can be daunting—and for good reason. Passenger vehicle drivers know that smaller cars, SUVs, and pick-up trucks are no match for these giant commercial cargo transporters. There are a number of factors that make trucking accident scenarios […]
Who’s Responsible for a Work-Related Car Accident?
As a society, we rely on professional drivers to transport and deliver our groceries and other consumer goods. Without individuals willing to get behind the wheel of 18-wheelers, delivery trucks, buses, and other large delivery or transportation vehicles, Albuquerque would not be the functioning place that it is. But when you’re injured in an […]
What’s a Letter of Protection and Why Would I Need One?
Car accidents and other personal injury events can completely upend a person’s life. They can leave victims facing a logistical nightmare about how to best get around if they’re hurt or their vehicle was totaled. A personal injury victim’s injuries can be so debilitating that they not only affect their quality of life but make […]