Wednesday, April 19, 2017


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"The Rio Grande Valley Celtic Festival and Highland Games brings to New Mexico a celebration of the lifeways, traditions, cultural heritage and contributions of the Celtic nations to our American life."

Increase in Motor Vehicle Fatalities.

We will one day live in a country where nearly every vehicle is operated by a non-human.  When that occurs motor vehicle fatalities will become a thing of the past.  Meanwhile, the situation demands attention.  In the most recent reporting year of 2015 fatalities from motor vehicle crashes were up over 7% with 2348 more people dying on the nation’s roads.

As a matter of fact, the rates for passenger car and light truck deaths were the highest in the US since 2009.  SUV fatalities were up more than 10%.  Van fatalities increased nearly as much.  Motorcycle fatalities were the highest since 2012.  Perhaps the most disturbing statistic was another increase in alcohol-related accidents.

The day will come when it won’t be necessary to think about these things…sort of like smallpox.  That day is assuredly not here yet.  In the Great Southwest the firm you can trust to handle your vehicle accident injury case is Ken Wagner Law.  Ken and his staff will represent you aggressively from his Albuquerque office.  Please call them at (505) 242-6300.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Make your Easter Plans!

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"Looking for a place to hang your basket? Here are some details on some fun community events for you to enjoy during the Easter season."

Ride on Hog…Ride On.

Ahhh Springtime!  It’s time to get that motorcycle out and ride the breathtaking roads of the Great Southwest.  They can be treacherous roads as well.  What do you think kills more millennials and kids between kindergarten and their mid-thirties?  Believe it or not, it is accidents related to motorcycles!

The threat is even more real on our open roads as opposed to congested large northeast cities.  This may not bring you much comfort, but in the majority of the cases the fault is NOT with the motorcyclist, but rather the driver of the other much bigger vehicle.  Defective equipment and heavy spring rains can also lead to a tragic mishap.

We hope that neither you nor a loved one are involved in a serious or even fatal accident.  If you need strong, steady, experienced representation please call Albuquerque motorcycle accident attorney Ken Wagner.  His half-century of personal injury experience and an amazing staff are behind every case.  Anywhere in the Great Southwest call Ken Wagner Law at (505) 242-6300.