Thursday, November 21, 2019

Wrongful Death Defined.

It sounds bizarre on the surface, doesn’t it?  Isn’t death ALWAYS wrong?  Of course it is, but as it is defined by the laws of New Mexico and The Great Southwest a wrongful death claim can arise after situations in which a victim who would otherwise have a valid personal injury claim is killed as a result of a defendant’s wrongful action.

Let’s give you some examples –

1.  When the victim is intentionally killed…think O.J.
2.  Death resulting from medical malpractice.  You need aggressive representation.
3.  Car fatalities that involve negligence…probably the most common.

In order to hold the defendant liable in a claim of wrongful death, the plaintiffs in the claim must meet the same burden of proof that the victim would have had to meet had he or she lived.  Pursuing a case of wrongful death is the purview of Ken Wagner Law in Albuquerque.  Trust the experience of Ken and his team by calling (505) 242-6300.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Nearly Everyone Experiences it at Least Once.

That may sound like a loaded headline, but in point of fact, eventually most of the people in The Great Southwest will be in one or more traffic collisions in their lives.  We hope that it (they) are merely fender bender(s).  The reality is that at some point you and/or a loved one may be in a vehicle accident that needs the help of an attorney.

Here is an important point…seek out an accident lawyer sooner rather than later. You should know that in the aftermath of serious accidents, insurance companies are going to send out investigators as well as accident reconstruction experts and others to begin the process of defending the case you will bring against their insured driver.

You see why hiring an auto accident attorney in The Great Southwest is so time sensitive.  One of the very best in the region is The Law Firm of Ken Wagner Law located in Albuquerque.  They will bring over a half-century of expertise to your case with passion and commitment.  Just call Ken Wagner Law at (505) 242-6300.

Veterans Day 2019: What’s open/closed, events and discounts around New Mexico

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -  a list of events that are happening throughout the state for Veterans Day Monday, November 11. There’s also a list of things that are closed in Albuquerque on Veterans Day.