Being in an auto accident is always traumatic, but can take an even bigger toll when injuries involve the brain. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims may experience physical pain such as headaches as well as cognitive issues including confusion, memory loss, and behavior changes. Rehabilitation can take from weeks to months after the crash. If […]
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.
Following an automobile accident, the first thing to worry about is getting the medical attention that will lead to the road of recovery. That medical attention can become a new source of worry for the victim, as the costs add up and become a further cause for concern.
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.
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, our experienced premises liability attorneys in Las Cruces know that slip and fall cases are more complex than they might seem from an outside perspective. If you have been injured on another person, party, or entity’s property in New Mexico, there is the assumption that the property owner or
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A., our experienced auto accident attorneys in Las Cruces want each of our New Mexico residents to be prepared if they are ever involved in a traffic collision, so they know exactly what to do to help increase their personal injury claim’s chances of success inside and outside the
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane P.A., our car accident attorneys in Las Cruces know that vehicle collision are one of the most common reasons our New Mexico residents file personal injury claims against negligent drivers and their insurance companies. We also know that partnering with an experienced personal injury attorney in
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