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Does Homeowners Insurance Cover Dog Bites?

Published on May 12, 2023 in Premises Liability.

In 2022, the United States Postal Service (USPS) ranked Albuquerque among the worst cities for dog attacks on its annual list. Whether you’re a letter carrier, a child playing in the park, or a neighbor taking your own dog for a walk, being injured in a canine attack is a traumatizing event. Victims are often […]

The Dangers of Mobile Device Addiction

Published on Apr 28, 2023 in Personal Injury.

If you look around you when surrounded by others, whether at home or out in public, you’ll likely notice multiple people using their phones or other mobile devices. In fact, you may note that some people seldom distance themselves from their devices—almost like they have an addiction to them. It may be fairly safe for […]

What Are Paid and Incurred Medical Expenses?

Published on Apr 14, 2023 in Personal Injury.

The phrase “paid and incurred” in Texas civil law refers to Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code §41.0105, which discusses the amount and type of damages that plaintiffs are entitled to recover in personal injury cases. Sec. 41.0105. “EVIDENCE RELATING TO AMOUNT OF ECONOMIC DAMAGES.” reads: “In addition to any other limitation under law, recovery […]

How To Dispute Car Accident Fault

Published on Mar 31, 2023 in Car Accidents.

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?

Published on Mar 24, 2023 in Car Accidents.

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

Published on Mar 10, 2023 in Brain Injury.

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

Published on Feb 24, 2023 in Premises Liability.

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

Published on Feb 17, 2023 in 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, […]

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Common Spine Injuries From Car Accidents

Soreness is a common sensation to experience following a car accident. But don’t mistake what you’re feeling for routine aches and pains—if your back is hurting, you’re experiencing any loss of movement, or suffering respiratory distress, you may have suffered a back injury. Signs and symptoms of common spine injuries from car accidents are not […]

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What Are Coup and Contrecoup Brain Injuries?

Brain injuries, even those considered minor, almost always have an intense, unignorable impact on a person’s life. Doctors have a number of different ways to classify traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) based on factors like severity, location, and whether the injury penetrated the skull or was considered a closed-head injury. Among closed-head injuries, coup and contrecoup […]

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What Is Considered Patient Abuse or Elderly Abuse?

Many New Mexico families find themselves between a rock and a hard place. They can’t provide their incapacitated, aging, or otherwise vulnerable loved one with the around-the-clock care they need because they have to work or have other obligations, yet this attention is imperative to ensure their loved one’s wellbeing. This need often ends with […]

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