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Why You Need a New Mexico Auto Accident Lawyer if You Live Out-of-State and Were Hurt in a New Mexico Auto Accident

Many times people are traveling through New Mexico and are hurt in New Mexico auto accidents.  Usually people are from Arizona, Texas, or California and are hurt while they commute back and forth from work, especially oil workers in New Mexico.  Other times people are hurt on their way to and from vacations or visiting with family.  Many truck drivers are injured by other truck drivers or motorists, and most of these injured truck drivers live in California like Upland or San Bernardino and have to travel through New Mexico.  

Causes of Rear End Accidents: Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyers

We all know that, generally speaking, the vehicle that rear ends another vehicle is usually at fault.  This means the behind vehicle will likely be liable for personal injuries or damage to the front vehicle.  The law is made this way because New Mexico law requires that following vehicles do not follow too closely and leave another "compromised space" or car-lengths behind another vehicle to safely stop.  Unfortunately, rear end collisions are some of the most common collisions on New Mexico roads, highways, and interstates.  Learn why from our Albuquerque auto accident lawyers here.

New Mexico Auto Accidents on Labor Day: Special Risks Require Special Help from Our Attorneys

Labor Day is the unofficial end of the summer.  Most schools restart, most people end their vacations, and most people's work begins to pick up for the rush to the holidays and the New Year.  While many people commiserate Labor Day with BBQs, parties, gathering with friends, and last-minute vacations, Labor Day for others may be marked with tragedy.  This is because Labor Day carries with it special risks and increased dangerous.  Learn more from our New Mexico Auto Accident Lawyers here:

Valuing Future Damages in my New Mexico Auto Accident

Damages is the measure of relief that a victim of a New Mexico auto accident can recovery under New Mexico law.  In personal injury actions, damages are typically money.  This money is awarded for several different types of damages, which include past pain and suffering, lost wages, medical bills, lost future earnings, future pain and suffering, future medical bills, and other claims.  It can be easy to determine what your past medical bills and lost wages were, how can New Mexico auto accident lawyers prove your future damages?  Learn how here!

Valuing my New Mexico Auto Accident Case?

One of the first things that victims who are injured in a New Mexico auto accident typically want to know is what is their case valued.  This is because most people want to know how they will pay for their medical bills, lost wages, and the agony that they endured.  Victims receive what are known as damages, which typically are monetary compensation in personal injury actions.  The amount of damages for lost wages and medical bills is fairly easily to calculate, but it is much harder to value the "pain and suffering" aspect of a personal injury case.  Learn how to value your New Mexico auto accident case from our Albuquerque auto accident lawyers available here:

What are Damages in a New Mexico Personal Injury Case

Victims of New Mexico personal injury cases may be entitled to damages.  This is an important concept in any type of lawsuit and application no matter if the case is a contract dispute, divorce, or foreclosure.  But in terms of a personal injury case, there are a lot of different measures of damages that it is important for a victim to understand.  Learn more from our New Mexico personal injury lawyers here.

Understanding Pain and Suffering in New Mexico Auto Accidents

Pain and suffering is usually the largest part of a damages award that victims of New Mexico auto accidents may be entitled to.  While many people may have heard of pain and suffering before, and you may believe you know what it means, you may actually be surprised that pain and suffering is broken down in several difference aspects that are important in your case.  This is because pain and suffering could be everything from the moment of your accident until the estimated time of your death.  Or in some wrongful death cases, pain and suffering may even be measured by the moment when a victim realizes he or she is about to be mortally injured and is in fact mortally injured--known as pre-impact terror.  Learn more from our New Mexico auto accident lawyers in our article here.

Mark Caruso Selected to Top 10 Personal Injury Attorneys in New Mexico

The American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (AIOPIA) has selected Mark Caruso, Esq. of the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. as one of the 2019 10 Best Personal Injury Attorneys for Client Satisfaction in New Mexico.  This is a huge honor and carries with it extreme recognition of the great work that Mark Caruso, Esq. and the staff at the Caruso Law Offices, P.C. perform for clients.  Learn more about this award in our post here.

4 Chicago Residents Killed in New Mexico Auto Accident

On US Highway 54 near Vaughn, New Mexico, four people were killed in a single vehicle accident occurring around 12:30 PM on Saturday.  All four were from Chicago and related to each other.  There were six passengers in the vehicle, plus the driver.  New Mexico State Police believe that the vehicle crossed the centerline and the driver swerved back into the correct lane but lost control and the vehicle went into a roll.  Police said that all passengers were ejected from the vehicle except for the driver who was the only person wearing a seatbelt.  Two passengers and the driver survived.  The other four passengers were pronounced dead at the scene in Guadalupe County, New Mexico.  Police identified these individuals as Francisco Salazar (41), Daniel Salazar (17), Natalie Salazar (10), and Ramon Morales (69).

Common Hip Injuries After an Auto Accident: Albuquerque Auto Accident Lawyer Explains

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.

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