Your hip is your largest joint and it is one of the most complex joints that you have. Your hip is also one of the most important joints because it is weight bearing and, even though you have a hip on each side, when one side of your hip is injured it will affect the other hip. While your hip joint is very sturdy, it is not impervious. Auto accidents are common causes of hip injuries, particularly New Mexico trucking accidents. Learn about the most common hip injuries from our Albuquerque auto accident lawyer and what it means for your case in our post here.
Neck injuries after a New Mexico auto accident can result in severely disabling conditions. Sometimes these are classified as "soft tissue injuries," usually by defense lawyers trying to mitigate you loss. But soft tissue injuries to the neck can be excruciating, permanent, and even catastrophic. Not only could this be due to damage to your neck from paralysis or pain, but neck injuries can also affect head injuries and result in brain injuries. Our experienced Albuquerque auto accident lawyer explains how neck injuries from a car accident could result in big problems in this article.