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Semi truck accident new mexico

Semi-Truck Accident New Mexico: Who is Liable?

The vast network of highways across New Mexico sees a constant flow of commercial vehicles, including large semi-trucks. While these trucks play a vital role in our economy, their size and weight create a significant risk for car drivers and motorcyclists in the event of an accident. If you’ve been involved in a semi-truck accident…

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Navigating Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawsuits: A Guide for Las Cruces Residents

Commercial vehicle accidents can be catastrophic, often resulting in severe injuries and significant property damage. Understanding the complexities of these accidents and the legal pathways available is crucial for victims seeking justice and compensation. At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan in Las Cruces, we are committed to guiding you through the intricacies of…

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Beyond the Broken Bones – Going Above and Beyond for Personal Injury Cases

Attorney Ken Egan of Las Cruces, New Mexico explains how his law office is one of the only in the region that assists clients in their vehicle repaired after an accident – because people need to get back to ordinary as soon as possible. Learn more about how The Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan…

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What to Do After a Dog Attack: Tips from our Dog Bites Attorney

Dog bites are a surprisingly common occurrence, affecting thousands of people each year. While some bites may be minor, others can cause serious injuries, emotional trauma, and significant financial burdens. If you’ve been the unfortunate victim of a dog attack, understanding the immediate steps you should take can help protect your rights and ensure you…

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Handling a Personal Injury Claim Do It Yourself vs. Getting a Lawyer: What Las Cruces Residents Should Know

When you or a loved one is injured in an accident, the physical pain and emotional turmoil can be overwhelming. The stress is compounded when deciding whether to handle a personal injury claim do it yourself or hire a lawyer. At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan in Las Cruces, we understand what you’re…

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Motorcycle accident in New Mexico

Fighting Insurance Bias After a Motorcycle Accident in New Mexico

Being involved in a motorcycle accident in New Mexico can be a physically and emotionally traumatic experience. Unfortunately, the challenges don’t end there. Motorcycle riders in New Mexico often face an additional hurdle: insurance bias. What is Insurance Bias? Insurance companies rely on statistics and risk assessments to determine your insurance rates. Unfortunately, some insurance…

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near-drowning accident

Understanding Near-Drowning Accidents: Essential Information and Legal Guidance

When a near-drowning incident occurs, the effects can be both immediate and long-lasting, impacting victims and their families profoundly. At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan in Las Cruces, we understand the emotional turmoil and physical pain that accompanies these tragic events.  What is a Near-Drowning Accident? Near-drowning refers to situations where an individual…

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Do I Need a Lawyer for a Personal Injury Claim?

Egan Explains: Do I Need a Lawyer for a Personal Injury Claim?

Picture this: You’re enjoying a weekend bike ride when a car door swings open, sending you sprawling onto the pavement. The pain is immediate, and fear sets in as you assess the damage – a broken arm and a concussion. Weeks pass and the medical bills start piling up, and the insurance company tries to…

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Understanding Title Insurance Bad Faith: Protecting Your Rights

Imagine purchasing your dream home, only to discover years later that a defect in the title threatens your ownership. You file a claim with your title insurance company, expecting them to resolve the issue swiftly. Instead, you face unexplained delays, vague responses, and ultimately, a denied claim. This frustrating scenario is an example of title…

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Egan Explains: Is New Mexico a No-Fault State?

After a car accident, one of the first questions that arises is who is to blame. This is crucial because it determines who is financially responsible for the damages. In some states, a traditional “fault” system is used, where the party found more responsible for the accident bears a greater financial burden. Other states have…

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