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“The Most Common Types of Personal Injuries in New Mexico”

Statistically speaking, New Mexico is one of the safer states to live in. But that doesn’t mean that no accidents or personal injuries occur here. Personal injuries happen all the time, and they may not look what you’d expect them to be. Here are seven of the most common personal injuries in New Mexico, and what you should do about them if they occur to you or a loved one.

3 Things Personal Injury Lawyers Know that Can Help You After an Accident

A lot is going on at once when you’re in an accident. It can be challenging to deal with all the moving parts in the situation, such as insurance, legal reports, and any injuries you or your loved ones have sustained.

A Sample Demand Letter for a Slip and Fall Case

A demand letter is the first step for a victim of a slip and fall accident to get fairly compensated for their injuries. The demand letter serves to notify the person that caused the injury (or their insurance company) how much it will take to satisfy the victim’s claim.

Moving Truck Accidents: What to Do if You Are in an Accident

Moving trucks can be up to 26 feet long, eight feet high, and weigh up to 26,000 pounds, making them difficult for the average driver to maneuver. If you happen to be in a nearby vehicle when a moving truck is turning or switching lanes, you could become the victim of a moving truck accident. Whether you sustain bodily injuries or have damage to your vehicle, The Samuel Kane law office can help you get the compensation you deserve.

How is Fault Determined in New Mexico for Car Accidents?

You’re sitting at a stop sign one day when *boom*, another car slams into yours. Or, you’re having a particularly bad day, you look down at your phone for a moment, and suddenly you’re the one hitting a parked car at a stop sign. In cases like these, fault can be pretty straightforward. However, the reality is that not all car accidents are so clearly the fault of one party or another. Depending on the state in the US, the way fault is assigned in an accident can vary. New Mexico, like all other states, takes car accidents seriously, and dealing with the aftermath of a car accident can require a thorough understanding of the law.