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The Actual Costs Associated with Traffic Accidents and Personal Injury In New Mexico

Our personal injury attorney in Las Cruces, New Mexico understands that “real costs” of an accident includes intangible items that are all-too-easy to take for granted. Our clients’ happiness and ability to enjoy their family, their work, and their livelihoods are something an accountant cannot file a report to cover. Our aggressive approach to pursuing those who…

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Determining Lost Wages After An Accident In Las Cruces, New Mexico

At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan, our Las Cruces, New Mexico personal injury attorney understands that if you are too hurt to work, your inability to pay your bills may become more stressful than the trauma of the accident itself. Our Dona Ana County personal injury lawyer provides our clients with the representation they need…

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Five Common Personal Injury Mistakes to Avoid After An Accident

At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan, our Las Cruces, New Mexico personal injury attorney works tirelessly to ensure our clients have access to the legal representation they need to pursue the best financial recovery outcome available for their unique cases. To follow are five important tips on mistakes to avoid after suffering personal…

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The Popularity of e-Bikes on Las Cruces, New Mexico Roads Can Lead to Even More Accidents

At the Law Offices of Kenneth G. Egan, our Las Cruces, New Mexico bicycle accident attorney keeps his finger on the pulse of our city’s transportation options and how they affect our community. Recently, the popularity of electric bicycles in Dona Ana County has drawn both enjoyments from riders and ire from passenger vehicles and pedestrians who share the…

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Shattered Lives And DUI Prevention In Las Cruces, New Mexico

Mothers Against Drunk Driving commended New Mexico on becoming the first state in the nation to implement the ignition interlocking device law, which added breathalyzer devices to cars owned by individuals after a first-time DUI conviction. When the law was enacted in 2005, the following year saw a 25% reduction in drunk driving deaths in our…

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$495.000.00 Paid in Insurance Bad Faith Claim

The insurance company denied their insured’s claim for injuries after a hit and run car collision. The insurance company stated there was no evidence that the insured had been run off the road, and no evidence that a vehicle had hit her car to knock her off the road. Rather, they argued the insured ran off…

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1,500,000.00 Paid After Vehicle Crashes With Las Cruces Limousine

A Las Cruces Limousine was retained by parents of high school teenagers to drive them around Deming, New Mexico the evening of their high school prom. The limo driver then started texting while he was driving. The passengers described his driving as being really ugly, hitting curbs, and nearly striking vehicles. He eventually did crash into…

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1.9 Million Paid From An 18 Wheeler Trucking Company

An 18 wheeler crossed over the center line and killed a young man driving on highway in Chaves County, New Mexico. Five different law firms were consulted by the survivors of descendant’s estate. All five law firms attorneys consulted, the investigating police officer, and accident reconstructionist all declined the case and or blamed the descendant for having…

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Bicyclist Killed in Hit and Run

A bicyclist living in Dona Ana County was hit by a motor vehicle that failed to render aid and fled the scene. The bicyclist eventually died from injuries. The bicyclist’s automobile insurance company was pursued by this office on behalf of the descendant in which they paid their policy limits of $600,000.00

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