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What Happens When You’re in an Accident with an Underinsured Motorist?

It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle in New Mexico without carrying the proper insurance. However, if you get into an accident, there's a chance you won’t be properly protected. New Mexico’s legal requirements for minimum insurance are low enough that you could end up not receiving your full compensation, even when the other driver is insured. Worse, many drivers illegally drive without having insurance at all—often leaving injured parties in the lurch.

Example of a Demand Letter in a Personal Injury Case Involving a Truck

A demand letter in a personal injury case serves to notify a business or property owner, and their insurance company, of a victim’s injuries and damages claimed following an accident. It starts the process of negotiating toward settlement of the victim’s claim, including compensation for the medical treatment costs as well as for lost property or wages, and for managing pain and suffering that comes with the injuries.

How Long Does it Take to Settle an Automobile Accident Claim in New Mexico?

Why does it take so long to settle automobile accident claims in New Mexico? Many factors affect how long an automobile accident settlement can take. In this article we cover what speeds up or slams the brakes on the process.

What To Do if You Are in an Accident Involving a Truck in New Mexico

Because of their size, weight, and handling, trucks can create some unique car accident situations. Here’s advice on what to do if you or a loved one is in an accident involving a truck, from a car accident attorney.

Why Do Motorists Hit Bicyclists in New Mexico?

At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A., our Las Cruces bicycle accident attorneys understand the traumatic injuries that occur when a rider is hit by a vehicle on our New Mexico roadways. Even with improved bicycling conditions, including bike lanes, paths, and trails throughout Dona Ana County riders are still at the mercy of much larger