Injured On Someone Else’s Property?
New Mexico law requires that business owners and other operators of public space use reasonable care in the management and maintenance of their premises. They must avoid exposing others to an unreasonable risk of harm, and warn others of any dangerous condition if such a condition exists.
Common types of premises liability lawsuits against commercial entities include slip-and-fall accidents, exposure to hazardous materials, inadequate lighting or inadequate security.
Notification of the intent to file a personal injury claim against a local government entity must be made within a tight time frame or you could lose your right to pursue damages. Contact us as soon as possible if you are injured on government property. We will assess the facts of your case and recommend the best steps to take.
A thoroughly prepared accident injury claim is your chance to obtain proper compensation for damages caused by another party. The personal injury lawyers at The Harvey & Foote Law Firm, LLC in Albuquerque, New Mexico, have extensive experience and a successful track record in a wide variety of premises liability cases.
Injured In A Slip And Fall In Santa Fe?
If you are injured in a slip-and-fall accident in a public space, management often becomes overly attentive and may attempt to avoid or reduce its liability by asking you to sign a waiver of any culpability right at the scene. Speak with a lawyer who will protect your interests before agreeing to any terms offered by the business management or the insurance company.
Our lawyers help you consider all costs, including all current medical costs, future medical expenses and the financial impact a serious injury is likely to have on your income.
If a family member who lives in a nursing home or assisted living facility is injured as a result of unsafe conditions, we will pursue full compensation. Our Albuquerque property liability attorneys have extensive experience in nursing home abuse and nursing home injuries.