Slip-and-Fall Accidents and Premises Liability
In New Mexico, all property owners have an obligation to keep their premises reasonably safe and well-maintained (except for trespassers). If you are injured due to unsafe property conditions, you deserve to be compensated.
Additional Slip-and-Fall Accidents and Premises Liability Information
Premises Liability: Understanding Various Types Claims
The area of personal injury law is broad and includes many different types of claims that can arise from a wide variety of accidents and other incidents. Within personal injury law, there is a particular type of claim known as a premises liability claim. Yet even the...
Personal Injuries in Winter Weather: 3 Things to Know
Personal injuries can happen at any time of the year and in many different kinds of accidents, but some types of personal injuries tend to be more common during the winter months, when the ground can be covered with snow and ice. It is critical for anyone who sustains...
Personal Injuries and Broken Bones: Understanding Different Types of Fractures
If you are injured in an accident and you break a bone, you could be facing substantial medical bills, multiple surgeries, and lost wages. Broken bones, which are also known as fractures, can range greatly in severity depending upon the type of fracture and where on...