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Top Three Las Cruces Personal Injury Mistakes

By Samuel Kane |

Being injured because of the negligence of another can be traumatizing and shocking to anyone. But there are important steps to be taken if you want to maximize the results of your personal injury claim. The Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A. has witnessed far too many injured individuals suffer losses simply because… Read More »

Wrongful Death Claimed As Man Ejected from Girlfriend’s Car

By Samuel Kane |

Drunk drivers whose actions cause the wrongful death of others can face serious criminal charges ranging from financial penalties to community service and even time in jail. It is possible, however, for them to also face civil liability if a victim sues them, or if certain survivors sue those victims. Criminal proceedings: Criminal proceedings… Read More »

Police Suspect DUI Caused Fatal Truck Accident on New Mexico Freeway

By Samuel Kane |

In the wake of a fatal freeway collision between a Freightliner truck and a SUV transporting a young family, authorities have found increased evidence that alcohol played a role in the accident, including statements from surviving passengers. According to the Sandoval County Sheriff’s Office, three passengers of the commercial truck who survived the incident… Read More »

Keys to Winning a Slip and Fall Injury Case

By Samuel Kane |

Slip and fall injuries can occur anytime, anywhere. That’s why the law requires property managers and owners to maintain a hazard-free environment for any patrons or tenants. Where Slip and Fall Accidents Happen Most Often Unfortunately, accidents do happen, including slip and fall involving: Railways Staircases Sidewalks Floors in commercial or residential premises Generally,… Read More »

Texas Woman Suffers Spinal Injury in Severe Three-Vehicle Collision

By Samuel Kane |

A Texas woman suffered an upper spinal injury late last year after the vehicle in which she was a passenger collided with a semi-truck and a motor home on a busy Washington interstate. According to police, the motor home was traveling southbound on the Interstate and swerved to avoid colliding with another car when… Read More »

Celebrating the 4th of July in Elephant Butte, New Mexico

By Samuel Kane |

There’s no better place to be over the 4th of July weekend than Elephant Butte, New Mexico. With crowds reaching over 100,000 people, and a stream of donations pouring in throughout the year for a fireworks’ show that tops the $20,000 mark, Elephant Butte is the place to be. With beaches, campgrounds, boating and… Read More »

Dog Bites on the Rise for Mail Carriers

By Samuel Kane |

Dog bites can be a serious problem for anyone who is unfortunate enough to run into a mean or frightened dog showing aggressive tendencies. However, one particular group of people is at an even higher risk for dog bites – the people who deliver our mail every day. Risky Deliveries In fact, postal workers… Read More »

US Pedestrian Fatalities Continue to Increase

By Samuel Kane |

A new study released in March by the Governors Highway Safety Association found that the number of pedestrians killed in the United States rose by 11% in 2016. Why the Increase in Pedestrian Deaths? According to experts, there are several factors to which we can trace the increase in pedestrian fatalities. These include: An… Read More »

Memorial Day Safety in Elephant Butte, NM

By Samuel Kane |

Memorial Day weekend signals the start summer, welcoming the warmth with a three-day weekend. Long weekends are perfect for a getaway to Elephant Butte, New Mexico, where fellow campers, boaters, and sun-seekers await. These weekend revelers travel in droves to reach the beautiful destination that allows them to forget about work and worry, if… Read More »

Woman Facing Manslaughter Charges Four Months after Fatal Motorcycle Accident

By Samuel Kane |

In October 2016, a Ford Escape swerved into the path of 18 motorcycles, instantly killing a woman and severely injuring her husband. Four months later, the driver is facing criminal charges, including second-degree manslaughter. The driver was also charged with assault in the third degree, tampering with evidence, interfering with an officer and operating… Read More »

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