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New Mexico is one of the more dangerous states in which to drive, ranking 22nd of the most unsafe states to drive. But that doesn’t mean that we drive poorly. 75% of all vehicle accidents occur on rural roads, and New Mexico, with a population of just 2 million, has a large percentage of rural...
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If you are like most people, you may have been involved in an auto accident or two in your life, your fault or not.  And like most, you think the reimbursement to you for injury or damages is non-negotiable.  Not so. There are many actions you can take to receive the maximum amount you deserve in...
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Everyone knows that texting while driving is dangerous. It’s a no-brainer. You may have heard that sending a short text driving at 55 miles per hour is equivalent to traversing the length of a football field with your eyes closed. And we know that the statistics are bad. Nationally, nearly 390,000 injuries occur each year...
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Accidents can happen any time. Experiencing a serious injury is something we hope never happens to us or our loved ones. It is a traumatic event, and you are certainly not prepared for the additional stress of having to deal with a mountain of details and pressure from an insurance company to settle quickly. How...
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At some point in your life, you may have been introduced to the complex language of the legal field, whether by watching an exciting crime show, talking to a friend who was involved in a court case, or even while on jury duty. A comprehensive glossary of terms used in the practice of Personal Injury...
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The Importance of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage to New Mexico Drivers For New Mexico drivers, carrying liability insurance is a legal requirement under the New Mexico Uninsured Motorist Act. However, this mandate does not ensure that other drivers on the road are insured, and it certainly doesn’t guarantee that their insurance coverage is adequate. That is...
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