Harvey & Foote Law Firm

In New Mexico and across the U.S., the overwhelming majority of personal injury lawsuits are settled through negotiations, thereby avoiding prolonged litigation. In most respects, this is a good thing. If you or someone in your family has suffered serious injuries, or a family member has died due to the negligence of another individual, a lengthy court battle can be emotionally taxing at a time when you are already coping with significant challenges.

It is important to realize, however, that the attorney you choose to represent you has a significant impact on the outcome of your case. Whether your case is resolved through negotiations or through litigation, you need a lawyer who has a thorough knowledge of the law and a proven ability to obtain full value for your injury or loss.

We work with clients throughout New Mexico on a contingency basis, which means you only pay attorney fees if we recover a financial settlement or verdict for you.

In order to negotiate from a position of strength, it is critical for your attorney to have a strong track record in cases that have gone to trial. The attorneys at The Harvey & Foote Law Firm in Albuquerque are highly regarded for their thorough preparation of cases and the ability to present a strong argument in court.

Albuquerque Serious Injury Attorney

Our firm focuses on victims of nursing home abuse and nursing home neglect. Our attorneys have worked on hundreds of cases in this area and recovered numerous six- and seven-figure settlements and verdicts for our clients.

We take a tenacious approach with insurance providers and their legal representatives, making it clear from the outset that we intend to negotiate for the full amount that our client deserves or we will fight for that outcome in court.

And while we are tough with the opposition, we are empathetic and accessible to our clients. Our attorneys work with clients from the initial consultation through the resolution of a case. We are responsive throughout, and we keep you informed about your options and the next steps in the process.

We invite you to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation in which we will review the facts of your case, answer your questions and recommend the best course of action. Contact us to schedule an appointment.