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How Can I Pursue Financial Recovery After an Accident Involving an Emergency Vehicle in New Mexico?

When fire trucks, police officers, or ambulances are responding to an emergency, they are traveling swiftly while avoiding potential collisions with other vehicles. When these emergency vehicles have flashing lights and sirens functioning, they are easier to spot and are legally permitted to break the rules of the road when responding to an emergency

When Can I File Premises Liability Claim in New Mexico?

At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A., our personal injury attorneys in Las Cruces understand that premises liability claims can be complex, especially when the injured person is unsure about how our New Mexico laws apply to their accident. A premises liability claim is a type of negligence claim filed against a

Connecting Las Cruces Motorcycle Accidents to Traumatic Brain Injuries

At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A., our Las Cruces motorcycle accident attorneys understand how liberating it is to ride your motorcycle to work, school, or simply as an escape that provides a little peace of mind on the roadway. Our personal injury lawyers in New Mexico also know that motorcyclists face

Traffic Accidents Involving Bicycles Are All-Too Common in Las Cruces

At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, our Las Cruces personal injury attorneys use our experience to help bring justice to individuals and families who are hurt in traffic collisions throughout New Mexico by pursuing the negligent parties who caused their injuries for financial recovery. When the injured parties are bicyclists who are hurt during an auto accident,

Technology Plays An Integral Role in Distracted Driving Accidents

Last year, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recorded 2,841 deaths from auto accidents caused by distracted driving. While many people equate distracted driving with texting teenagers, the truth is, distracted driving poses a substantial risk to everyone on the road. Among those killed in distracted driving collisions last year throughout the U.S., 1,730