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3 Signs Your Insurance Company Is Acting in Bad Faith: And What You Can Do About It
3 Signs Your Insurance Company Is Acting in Bad Faith: And What You Can Do About It

Many people know insurance companies don’t always have your best interests at heart, but not all of these companies act in bad faith. Acting in bad faith includes protecting their profits rather than protecting their clients, which is illegal. Insurance companies are ...

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Blog Posts in 2017

  • Filing a Workers' Compensation Claim for Occupational Disease

    Most people think of workers’ compensation as something covering a severe workplace accident. For example, if a construction worker falls from some ...

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  • How Our Contingency Fee Policy Works

    As a firm that represents personal injury cases, we see the after-effects of negligence and disasters firsthand. Because of this many personal injury ...

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  • Are Pedestrians Responsible for Trip & Fall Accidents?

    Trip and fall accidents are just as serious as any other type of personal injury case. These can occur as a result of objects in a walkway, defective ...

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  • How Long Do I Have to File an Injury Claim in New Mexico?

    Dealing with the effects of a personal injury case can consume your life and demand much time and energy. (The more serious the injury, the more true ...

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  • Who Can Be Held Liable in a Truck Accident?

    Due to the sheer power and size of 18-wheelers and tractor trailers, truck accidents are nearly always devastating in one way or another. If you have ...

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  • The Cost of a Brain Injury

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “an estimated 1.7 million people sustain a TBI (traumatic brain injury) annually.” Per ...

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  • What Are Surgical Never Events?

    In short, a surgical never event is a disastrous mistake made by doctors or medical professionals that results in any of the following: A patient ...

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  • Overview of New Mexico Wrongful Death Laws

    What Constitutes Wrongful Death? According to section 41-2-1 of the New Mexico Statutes, any death “caused by the wrongful act, neglect, or default of ...

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  • Uninsured & Underinsured Driver Accidents

    After an accident, insurance companies must determine what happened before they can distribute compensation. States usually fall into one of two ...

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