It’s not uncommon to be party to an accident and leave the incident seemingly uninjured. Then it happens: Sometime later, your back hurts, you have headaches, or your leg tingles. Those symptoms might be revealing an injury from the accident. Read more»
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. Read more»
What is the Statute of Limitations for an Auto Accident Claim in New Mexico?
There are a number of reasons why someone involved in a car accident might not seek legal help right away. But the sooner you can seek that help, the better. New Mexico has very specific statutes of limitations when it comes to auto accident claims. From the moment the accident occurs, you are on a timer counting down the time you have to make a claim.
5 Ways Accident Attorneys Know You Have a Good Case
If you’ve been injured in an automobile accident through no fault of your own, you’re probably expecting a settlement to help with your medical bills and other costs. However, you may find that a lawyer will not take your case. While you may feel your case is strong, attorneys use different criteria to evaluate cases. Read more»
Healing from the Trauma and Pain of a Personal Injury