Monday, April 18, 2016

Construction Season is Back.

It’s that time of year again.  No, not spring…construction season!  With heavy construction comes heavy-duty potential danger.  If a construction accident happens to you or a loved one you need experienced council.  You must seek the services of someone with plenty of background in construction accidents.  It must be determined if the individual was a victim of negligence.

Construction accidents come in all types such as…
1.  Accidents involving cranes and forklifts
2.  Falling from an insecure scaffold
3.  Exposure to noxious gases
4.  Objects that may fall from great heights
5.  Heavy machinery that causes injury…and much more.

If the horror of a construction accident befalls you or your family, reach out for the right attorney.  New Mexico construction accident attorney Ken Wagner will put his team on the case to get you every bit of compensation you are entitled to.  Whether it is in New Mexico or anywhere throughout the great Southwest contact attorney Ken Wagner’s office in Albuquerque at (505) 242-6300.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Nursing Home Abuse in New Mexico.

Have you ever thought about the number of people who live their daily lives in a nursing home?  That number is well over a million and a half and with the aging Baby Boomers it will continue to grow.  Over the next 30 years that number is expected to quadruple!  Many factors contribute to nursing home abuse.  Underfunding, ill-trained staff, and easy access to medicines, etc. are contributing factors.

Always look carefully at your loved ones for cuts or bruises that may be physical manifestations of nursing home abuse.  It is not quite so easy to spot mood changes in the patient.  You must separate a bad day from chronic abuse.  If you see physical, emotional, or mental changes in this very important person in your life it is time to take action.

Albuquerque nursing home abuse attorney Kenneth Wagner will pursue your case with sensitivity, but aggressiveness.  Nursing homes are often owned by large corporations with deep pockets.  They must be held accountable for the behavior of their employees.  Whether the suspected abuse has occurred in New Mexico or anywhere throughout the great Southwest contact attorney Ken Wagner’s office at (505) 242-6300.