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1707 W. Wall St.,
Midland, Texas 79701
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2125 Wyoming Blvd NE Suite 100,
Albuquerque, NM 87112
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3033 Chimney Rock, Suite 307,
Houston, Texas 77056
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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 […]

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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 […]

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What’s Considered Property Damage in a Car Accident?

If a motorist causes a car accident resulting in property damage in Midland, TX, their insurance coverage required by Texas law goes, in part, to cover the other driver’s property damage. But “property damage” is a vague term. Most people associate the idea of property damage in a car accident with fixing a vehicle. But […]

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