The holidays are a special time of year. Families engage in generation-long holiday traditions, families reconnect, and coworkers can learn more about each other over a holiday meal or drink rather than over a laptop or telephone. With Christmas Eve today and Christmas tomorrow, many people will be traveling and engaging in these festivities. But as an Albuquerque auto accident lawyer, we know that this also means that there will be more motor vehicle accidents than most days of the year. It is true that major holidays, such as Christmas, unfortunately result in many more serious motor vehicle accidents than other days of the year. In fact, December is a dangerous month for motorist as New Year’s and Christmas rank amongst the most dangerous holidays for auto accidents. According to statistics, both New Year’s and Christmas have significantly increased days of auto accidents compared to other days in December.
If you or a loved one have been seriously injured in a Christmas auto accident in New Mexico, please call our experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyer at the Mark Caruso by dialing (505) 883-5000. Learn how we can help represent you and your family in your personal injury action to protect your rights to compensation for pain and suffering, lost wages, lost earnings, medical bills, property damage, and many other types of compensation.
There are many reasons why Christmas auto accidents can result in serious personal injuries more than other days of the year. This includes some of the following reasons:
Our law firm wishes your the warmest and safest Holiday season and a Merry Christmas. Unfortunately, many people may be seriously injured or a family may have a wrongful death due to a holiday travel auto accident. If this happens to you, call the experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyers at the Mark Caruso to help them. You may call us for a FREE consultation by dialing (505) 883-5000, or you can also contact us on our website through the easy to use and convenient Contact box located by clicking here.