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New Mexico’s Attractive Nuisance Doctrine
New Mexico’s Attractive Nuisance Doctrine

A property owner in New Mexico has a legal responsibility to keep their premises safe for guests, passersby, and certain trespassers. For example, if a bystander is injured by a defective staircase or a hidden extension cord, that person may have grounds to file a premises ...

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Blog posts in Premises Liability

  • 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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  • Who Is Liable for Water Park Injuries?

    Water parks and amusement parks have millions of visitors each year. While enjoying innocent fun with friends and family, visitors are often surprised ...

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