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June 2014 Archives

Is CarMax putting its customers at risk of catastrophic injury?

A group of consumer advocacy organizations is asking serious questions relating to CarMax and its marketing strategies. Namely, the consumer groups have called out CarMax for ignoring recall issues relating to the previously owned cars it sells to consumers in New Mexico and the rest of the country. Allegedly, CarMax is touting the quality and safety of its used cars, many of which may actually have dangerous and unfixed defects, and this is putting CarMax customers at risk of suffering a catastrophic injury in an auto defect-caused accident.

Woman dies after her car burns completely in serious accident

A car crash has resulted in the death of one woman and injuries to three others. The serious accident happened at approximately 2:30 a.m. on a recent Sunday morning. Tragically, the deceased woman was in a car that caught on fire and burned completely. This crash did not occur in New Mexico, but rather in a neighboring state.

Child who suffered serious injury in DWI crash still recovering

A 7-year-old boy was injured in a tragic accident last Mother’s Day. Following the car crash, he was rushed to the University of New Mexico Hospital to receive treatment. He required surgery to correct a serious injury to his jaw. According to his mother, she has not left his side since the accident occurred.

Officials say nursing home neglect led to death of patient

Nine different nursing home employees are facing charges relating to the unfortunate death of an allegedly neglected nursing home patient. The patient was 72 years of age at the time of his death in 2012. The accused individuals in this case chose to plead not guilty on all the charges relating to the criminal nursing home neglect that prosecutors say caused the man’s death. Even though the nursing home that has become the focus of this case is not located in New Mexico, nursing home neglect and abuse cases have become a continuing theme in the United States.

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