New Mexico Car Accidents on New Year’s Eve: Serious Personal Injuries in Negligent Accidents

New Year’s Eve is a Time for Celebration, but it can Result in Serious New Mexico Car Accidents Causing Catastrophic Personal Injuries and Even Death As another year comes to a close, many people will visit family and friends or got out to ring in the New Year.  It is customary to have a…

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New Mexico Car Accidents with Emergency Vehicles: Who is Liable?

When First Responders Fail to Use Reasonable Care, They Can be Liable for New Mexico Car Accidents Causing Personal Injuries We all know that when we see an emergency vehicle on the roadway with its flashing lights on or sirens on, we need to yield to the right of way.  And we also know…

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Albuquerque Car Accidents From Pulling Out of a Parking Space Without Looking

Serious Albuquerque Car Accidents Can Occur When a Defendant Pulls Out of a Parking Space Without Looking Most people drive a motor vehicle every day, and for the most part it is not too difficult.  Although there are a lot of hazards for motorists to avoid, such as oncoming vehicles, vehicles in the other…

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Evidence Needed to Prove Your Albuquerque Trucking Accident Case

New Mexico Trials Require a lot of Evidence to Prove your Albuquerque Trucking Accident Case, Including Some Very Important Evidence Unless you have been involved in a serious motor vehicle accident, you may not know what type of evidence is required to win such case at trial.  We all know that there is a…

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New Mexico Trucks that Rear End Passenger Vehicles in Dust Storms are Negligent

Dust Storms Lower Visibility and Require Vehicles to Slow Down or Stop, So When a Truck Rear Ends a Passenger Vehicle in a Dust Storm that is Negligent Dust storms have been in the news a lot lately, particularly the large haboob that blanketed a large area of Arizona. New Mexico also gets a…

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Federal Regulations and the Smith System Prevent Dust Storm Truck Accidents

New Mexico Trucking Accidents During Dust Storms can be Prevented by Complying with Federal Regulations and the Smith System of Defensive Driving Large commercial trucks, tankers, flatbeds, 18-wheelers, semis, big rigs, and other large trucks are all very dangerous vehicles.  New Mexico trucking accidents are some of the most devastating accidents out there.  This…

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Smith System of Defensive Driving Will Save Lives in Dust Storms

Using the Smith System of Defensive Driving Would Save Lives in Dust Storms to Avoid New Mexico Trucking Accidents  A large commercial truck driver is required to have CDL, which is a necessary license that requires a significant amount of training, knowledge based tests, skill based tests, and experience.  The goal is to ensure…

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New Mexico Truck Drivers Need to have a CDL and Learn the Smith System of Defensive Driving to Safe Our Lives!

CDL and Smith System of Defensive Driving: A Combination New Mexico Truck Drivers Need to Do to Save Everyone Else’s Lives All too often we hear about a trucking accident where multiple people are seriously injured, paralyzed, or killed, but the truck driver walks away without a scratch. This is partially because truck drivers…

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Can New Mexico Car Accidents During a Haboob or Dust Storm Create Liability?

Phoenix Arizona’s Recent Massive Haboob Brings Lessons to New Mexico Car Accidents Caused By Dust Storms It has been all over the national news that Phoenix, Arizona has just been engulfed by massive haboob.  A “haboob” is a large dust storm characterized by violent and high winds blowing sand into the area.  While its…

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Orbital Blowout Fractures in New Mexico Car Accidents

Understanding Orbital Blowout Fractures Caused by New Mexico Car Accidents All injuries caused by a New Mexico car accident can cause debilitating pain, disability, and financial burdens on a victim and on a family.  None are more true than an orbital blowout fracture.  These fractures can permanently damage a victim’s eye, distort a person’s…

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