Can Dashcam Footage Help My New Mexico Personal Injury Case?
As technology continues to evolve, our vehicles are becoming increasingly intelligent each year. Cars, trucks, and SUVs are designed with safety as a priority, including alerts for nearby vehicles, lane assistance and guidance, and backup cameras that are helping drivers avoid accidents throughout New Mexico. Unfortunately, as our personal injury attorneys in Las Cruces know all
Is There a Deadline for Filing a Personal Injury Claim in New Mexico?
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane, P.A., our experienced team of personal injury attorneys in Las Cruces often emphasize that time is of the essence when pursuing a claim against a negligent party in New Mexico. Here is why. First, it is important to pursue medical care immediately after a collision or injury incident occurs,
Why is it Important to Contact a Las Cruces Personal Injury Attorney Immediately After an Accident?
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane P.A., our experienced personal injury attorneys in Las Cruces know that getting hurt in an accident can devastate your physical, emotional, and financial well-being-without notice. Whether you were injured in a vehicle collision, motorcycle crash, while on foot, or during a slip and fall incident, the
5 Types of Damages You Should Claim After a Las Cruces Car Accident
At the Law Office of Samuel I. Kane P.A., our car accident attorneys in Las Cruces know that vehicle collision are one of the most common reasons our New Mexico residents file personal injury claims against negligent drivers and their insurance companies. We also know that partnering with an experienced personal injury attorney in
How Can I Pursue Financial Recovery After an Accident Involving an Emergency Vehicle in New Mexico?
When fire trucks, police officers, or ambulances are responding to an emergency, they are traveling swiftly while avoiding potential collisions with other vehicles. When these emergency vehicles have flashing lights and sirens functioning, they are easier to spot and are legally permitted to break the rules of the road when responding to an emergency