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The Top Five Worst Intersections in New Mexico at all in Albuquerque, and All Deadly
Intersections are the most dangerous portion of a roadway. There are multiple lanes of traffic crossing over each other. Traffic is controlled by numerous devices in opposition directions. Pedestrians, cyclists, and others are in or around the roadway coming from different directions. And there are many other distractions are most intersections from the basic signs and directions, to stores and advertisements. All intersections are dangerous.
But in Albuquerque, these intersections are also likely to be deadly. The top five deadliest intersections in New Mexico are all in Albuquerque. At the Mark Caruso, we know this because we have handled many intersection traffic accidents. Many of these are against some of the largest trucking companies in the United States, including Fed Ex, Estes, JB Hunt, and Schneider, which can cause catastrophic motor vehicle accidents. We know that intersection accidents are deadly, and we know that a victim needs zealous representation.
If you or a loved one have been injured or killed in a New Mexico intersection traffic accident, call our experienced New Mexico car accident attorneys at the Mark Caruso We offer a FREE case evaluation to help you understand your rights. Do not delay, and call us today by dialing (505) 883-5000 to learn how we can protect your rights to compensation for your injuries!
Top Five Deadliest Intersections in New Mexico
According to the New Mexico Department of Transportation, these are the top five intersections in New Mexico which are all in Albuquerque:
Everyone Should Know the Deadliest Intersections and Avoid Them; If Already Injured, Call Us for a Free Consultation!
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