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  • Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain Common Catastrophic Injuries caused by New Mexico Trucking Accidents

    Commercial vehicles like 18 wheelers, semi tractor trailers, double trailers, tankers, and other box trucks are large and heavy.  This means they generate considerable momentum even at low speeds.  But the truth is that most big rigs are driven on fast-moving highways and interstates like I-40, I-25, and I-10.  After all, trucking is about transporting goods throughout the country in the fastest way possible.  This means large box trucks and 18 wheelers generate massive amounts of momentum.  When a truck hits another vehicle, this momentum is dispersed into whatever is struck.  This is what typically results in catastrophic injuries caused by New Mexico trucking accidents.

    There are many common types of catastrophic injuries caused by New Mexico trucking accidents.  Here at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C., our experienced Albuquerque trucking accident lawyers know that catastrophic injuries such as traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, blindness, and other debilitating injuries affect the victim and the victim’s family.  This is why we have built a law firm around representing victims who have been seriously injured in New Mexico trucking accidents.  If you or a loved one have suffered any serious personal injuries in a motor vehicle accident, ask us for help today.

    Types of Catastrophic Injuries Caused by New Mexico Trucking Accidents

    The most serious types of catastrophic injuries are those with affect the central nervous system.  The central nervous system is the brain and the spinal cord.  Any serious injuries to either of these structures is likely to result in a lifetime of debilitating and permanent damage.  Some of the most common examples of catastrophic injuries in New Mexico trucking accidents include the following:

    • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) such as concussions, diffuse axonal injuries, brain bleeds, coup-contrecoup injuries, penetrating brain injuries, and other serious TBIs
    • Spinal cord injuries including paraplegia, quadriplegia, or monoplegia 
    • Amputations or loss of a limb
    • Broken bones or fractured bones which require permanent hardware
    • Organ injuries, including loss of a kidney or permanent damage to an organ
    • Nerve injuries including brachial plexus injuries or facial nerve injuries
    • Burn injuries causing significant scarring or disfigurement 
    • Blindness
    • Loss of other senses such as hearing, taste, touch, smell, or other senses, and
    • Other catastrophic injuries that our Albuquerque trucking accident lawyers should handle for you.

    Injured in a Serious Trucking Accident in New Mexico?  We Can Help

    Here at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C., we accept causes on a contingency fee agreement.  This means that we are paid a percentage of what we recover for you.  This allows victims and their families to not have to pay for a lawyer upfront, but rather they can keep money in their pocket for medical bills and lost wages while our lawyers fight for their rights to compensation.  Once we recover a settlement or court award, a victim only pays us an agreed-upon percent and reimburses our costs.

    If you or a loved one suffered a catastrophic injury in a New Mexico trucking accident, please ask our Albuquerque trucking accident lawyers for help today.  We have handled many catastrophic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, and other injury cases throughout New Mexico.  Call to schedule your FREE appointment with our lawyers at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. by dialing (505) 883-5000.

    We handle causes throughout New Mexico, including Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, Cuervo, Rio Rancho, Clovis, Farmington, Hobbs, Albuquerque where our office is located, and anywhere else throughout New Mexico.  Please call to schedule for FREE appointment by dialing (505) 883-5000 or contact us through our website’s easy to use and convenient contact box available here.