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Car Crash

As a general rule, the statute of limitations for a car accident in New Mexico is three years from the date of your injury or family member’s death. Claims against government entities are shorter at two years. If you do not file a claim within this timeframe, then you forgo your legal right to financial compensation.

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Injured Man Filling Insurance Claim Form

Filing a personal injury lawsuit in New Mexico depends upon the facts and circumstances of your case. Many types of accidents fall under personal injury law when bodily harm occurs. From slip and falls to car accidents, personal injury broad and complex body of law. Therefore, it is vital to understand that no two cases are alike or follow the ...

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Marc Grano - Personal Injury & Criminal Law Attorney in Las Vegas, New Mexico

Changes have been made across the world, the country and across the state because of the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Changes have also come to New Mexico’s State Court System. To comply with the evolving public health emergency and ensure that courts remain open to provide essential services and maintain the rule of law in a safe environment for ...

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Scales of Justice

The preliminary hearing in the criminal case against former Las Vegas Mayor Tonita Gurule-Giron is scheduled for April 6. In addition to this hearing, there may be several pretrial hearings, depending on the legal motions filed by prosecutors and her attorneys. Gurule-Giron faces six felony charges related to abuse of power, bid-rigging, and giving and receiving bribes while mayor.

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Criminals Waiting for Court Ruling

Federal law enforcement could arrest anyone, even those working for other law enforcement agencies. The same standards apply whether the suspect is an officer of the law or not. Probable cause is needed before an arrest can be made and the person is innocent until proven guilty. If you’re facing an investigation by a federal agency or are under arrest, ...

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