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Symptoms of a Head Injury After a New Mexico Trucking Accident

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque 18 Wheeler Wreck Lawyers Explain Symptoms of a Head Injury After a New Mexico Trucking Accident One of the most catastrophic types of personal injuries after an 18 wheeler wreck is a head injury.  There are many different types of head injuries, including open head injuries or closed head injuries.  While an open… Read More »

What Happens if the Truck Driver was Speeding and Caused my Crash?

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding New Mexico Law: What Happens if the Truck Driver was Speeding and Caused my Crash? One of the most common causes of a New Mexico motor vehicle accident is a speeding vehicle.  Unfortunately because we have the Big I exchange in Albuquerque, many of these speeding motor vehicle accidents are trucking accidents.  This… Read More »

Nerve Injuries from Trucking Accidents in New Mexico

By Mark Caruso |

Common Nerve Injuries from Trucking Accidents in New Mexico Large commercial vehicles like semi tractor trailers, 18 wheelers, and big rigs are powerful vehicles.  This means that they can cause a whole host of serious injuries.  This includes nerve damage, particularly two major groups of nerves.  Even though most bundles of nerves and nerve… Read More »

Compensation for Fractured Bones in New Mexico Trucking Accident

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Share Information on Compensation for Fractured Bones One of the most common types of personal injuries in trucking accidents are fractured bones.  This is because large commercial vehicles like semi tractor trailers, 18 wheelers, tankers, and other large box trucks generate considerable force in an impact which can easily crush… Read More »

What if I Was Partially At Fault in a New Mexico Trucking Accident?

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding Comparative Fault in New Mexico Trucking Accidents: What if I Was Partially at Fault in a New Mexico Trucking Accident? They are time many possible causes of a New Mexico trucking accident. Many of these causes are avoidable and preventable with the reasonable use or operation of a motor vehicle. This means that… Read More »

Common Types of New Mexico Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding the Common Types of New Mexico Trucking Accidents Large commercial vehicles like 18 wheelers, tankers, flatbeds, tractor trailers, and other big rigs or box trucks have many movement parts.  The most significant and obvious moving parts are their wheels. But puns aside, commercial vehicles are nothing like passenger vehicles.  They have much larger… Read More »

Quadriplegia After an 18 Wheeler Wreck Explained by our New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding Quadriplegia from an 18 Wheeler Wreck: New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain Spinal cord injuries are a common injury following truck accidents. The National Spinal Cord Injuries Statistics Center provides that motor vehicle accidents cause over 38% of all spinal cord injuries.  Quadriplegic injuries are the most common with over 58% of all… Read More »

Shoulder Dislocations Versus Shoulder Separations: Ask Our NM Lawyers For Help With Either  

By Mark Caruso |

NM Trucking Accident Lawyers Explain the Difference Between Shoulder Dislocations Versus Shoulder Separations  Shoulder injuries are very common following trucking accidents. The specific trauma seen during a trucking accident can cause muscles and ligament tears, broken bones, and nerve damage. There are many questions about injuries and how or why they happen. Our New… Read More »

What to do After a New Mexico Speeding 18 Wheeler Accident

By Mark Caruso |

Understanding What to do After a New Mexico Speeding 18 Wheeler Accident, Explained by our New Mexico Trucking Accident Lawyers Nothing maybe more frustrating than being injured in a New Mexico trucking accident due to a truck driver speeding. Driving above the speed limit is against the law and, frankly, against common sense. This… Read More »

Shoulder Injuries From New Mexico Trucking Accidents

By Mark Caruso |

Albuquerque Trucking Accident Lawyers Share Information on Shoulder Injuries from New Mexico Trucking Accidents Truck accidents are a common cause of injury throughout the country and can range from minor to severe. The injuries sustained during such an 18 wheeler accident can range, but even a minor accident can cause major injury. Shoulder injuries… Read More »

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