There are many personal injury attorneys throughout America
that would just as soon settle cases out of court and take what they can
get.You or a loved one has been harmed
and now a lawsuit is the right and proper way to get compensation.If you don’t believe that, Google the name of
Stella Liebeck and read about her journey in the famous McDonald’s Hot Coffee
It was a landmark case in U.S. history and something that
our law firm points to with great pride.Mrs. Liebeck got the full and fair compensation to which she was
entitled.My guess is that most personal
injury attorneys would have settled out of court with such a giant.Take what you can get and run.That was NOT the case for Ken Wagner Law!
My staff and I are true trial lawyers located in Albuquerque
New Mexico serving the Great Southwest.If you intend to fight for your rights rather than cash a quick
paycheck, please call us.My name is Ken
Wagner.I am the president and founding
member of the Ken Wagner Law Firm.We
will fight side-by-side with you all the way!Call today (505) 242-6300.
It is about as simple as 1 + 1 = 2.When winter weather episodes occur on the
highways and biways of the Great Southwest car accidents increase.We who live in the Albuquerque area and
beyond know how quickly road conditions can change.Winter has a long way to go and we can tell
you to slow down, but that may not be enough.
Watch for changing weather conditions such as high winds,
low temperatures, fog, rain, and heavy snow reducing visibility.One out of every four vehicle accidents are
weather related according to the Federal Highway Administration!For one thing, even if we DO drive cautiously
car defects are more common in the winter.
We hope that you stay safe this winter, but if you are
involved in a vehicle collision due to winter driving or for any other reason
please turn to the half-century of experience provided by Albuquerque car
accident lawyer Attorney Ken Wagner.Ken
and his staff will assist you in navigating through the troubled waters of
getting your full compensation.Call