Stages of a Personal Injury Case in New Mexico – Part II: Choosing an Attorney & Reviewing Your Claim

February 8th, 2019 | by RON BELL

Part two of our three-part series on the personal injury claims process takes a look at why accident victims should take their time choosing the right attorney for their claim. We also explain what claim review is and show how this important step may help an attorney... (READ MORE)

Stages of a Personal Injury Case in New Mexico – Part I: Seek Medical Attention

February 1st, 2019 | by RON BELL

In this three-part series, we analyze the various stages of a typical personal injury case – from medical treatment to lawsuit. This first article discusses promptly seeking appropriate medical care. This important part of the process can play a big role, not... (READ MORE)

What Are Policy Limits and How Can They Affect Your PI Claim?

January 25th, 2019 | by RON BELL

Is the at-fault party’s insurer obligated to assume financial responsibility for all the losses sustained by the victim? Read this article to find the answer and learn how it may affect your PI claim. One reason a person may be reluctant to pursue a personal injury... (READ MORE)

Understanding Statutes of Limitations in New Mexico

January 18th, 2019 | by RON BELL

If you were injured in an accident and are contemplating a lawsuit against the at-fault party, you may be in a race against the clock. Read on to learn what statutes of limitations are and how they relate to your personal injury case in New Mexico. Individuals who... (READ MORE)

Slip and Fall Accidents: How to Avoid Premises Liability This Winter

January 11th, 2019 | by RON BELL

Injuries from slip and fall accidents are one of the most common reasons for personal injury lawsuits based on premises liability. Our latest article shows how you can avoid liability by ensuring the safety of visitors to your property. An unexpected blast of winter... (READ MORE)

Avoid Drowsy Driving This Holiday Season

December 27th, 2018 | by RON BELL

With the holiday season in full swing, drivers across New Mexico are taking to the roads to visit family and friends in far away towns.  Often this means driving long hours, sometimes hitting the road right after a full day of work when they are already tired. Not to... (READ MORE)

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