Albuquerque Teen Killed in Stolen Van Accident

A 14-year-old girl was killed in Albuquerque last Wednesday after a women driving a stolen van crashed into the car carrying a woman and her two children. Albuquerque police identified on Friday identified the victim as Shaylee Boling, a student at Sandia High School. Her 3-year-old brother, who was also involved in the accident, was…

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1 Person Fatally Injured in 40 Car and Truck Accident Outside Santa Rosa

Auto Accident Attorney Law Firm in New Mexico, Will Ferguson & Associates Helping The Victims Santa Rosa Accident One person was fatally injured over the weekend in a 40 car crash just outside Santa Rosa. The accident was most likely due to snowy and icy roads. The pile up just continued to create this massive…

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The 5 Most Common Medical Malpractice Cases

Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in the United States, resulting in 210,000 to 400,000 preventable deaths each year. This means, as a country, we bury the equivalent of the population of Miami each year due to medical errors alone. Medical mistakes may be the result of a lack of training, under…

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How to Prove a Defective Product Liability Claim

Thousands of people in the United States are hurt every year by unsafe or defective products. Product liability is a specific area of law that governs products and it differs from regular injury law in the United States. If you have been hurt by a defective or unsafe product, you may have a claim. Product…

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Santa Fe Mayor’s Letter Prompts Probe in Crash-Prone Section of I-25

Santa Fe Mayor Javier Gonzales’ letter in late September has prompted officials with the New Mexico Department of Transportation to review a stretch of I-25 between Santa Fe and Eldorado where a number of crashes caused by wrong-way drivers has raised concerns. The letter to Transportation Department Cabinet Secretary Tom Church was prompted by a…

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