Experienced Cibola County Truck Accident Attorneys: Caruso Law Offices
For over 35 years, the Caruso Law Offices have successfully represented the Cibola County community after truck accident injuries occur in our cities. With more than 27,000 people living in our New Mexico county, it is important that our truck accident attorneys work tirelessly to ensure their livelihoods are protected from the large transportation companies that traverse our streets, highways, and local neighborhoods.
Cibola County may be the state’s youngest county and the third youngest county in the United States, but since its inception Caruso Law Offices has been part of the community, protecting our residents from negligent truck drivers, trucking companies, and their third-party operators.
Truck Accident Attorneys in Cibola County Cities, Towns, Census-designated Areas and Unincorporated Towns
Cibola County covers over 4,500 square miles of land and water, providing road access to bordering states with ease. At the Caruso Law Offices, our truck accident attorneys represent individuals who have suffered an injury on our roadways, in the cities and towns in our county, including:
- Acomita Lake
- Anzac Village
- Bluewater Acres
- Bluewater Village
- Fence Lake
- McCartys Village
- North Acomita Village
- San Mateo
- San Rafael
- San Fidel
- South Acomita Village
- Casa Blanca
- Candy Kitchen
- New Laguna
- El Rito
National Protected Areas in Cibola County: Natural Tourism Locations
As part of our county’s expansive beauty, natural tourism opportunities are available for residents and visitors alike. These incredible sites promote the economy, and deliver a pristine and inescapable connection with nature.
- Cibola National Forest
- El Malpais National Conservation Area
- El Malpais National Monument
- El Morro National Monument
Protecting Your Rights After a Truck Accident
At the Caruso Law Offices, our truck accident attorneys understand that our county’s unmistakable beauty does not protect us from the devastating accidents that occur when semi-truck traffic enters our cities and towns.
As home to Core Civic, a correctional facility that has a contract with the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the US Marshal Service, Cibola County is no stranger to large-truck traffic that delivers supplies to these locations regularly.
When someone is hurt in an accident with a semi-truck, who is responsible for their injuries and the resulting medical care?
At Caruso Law Offices, our truck accident attorneys in Cibola County have the answers.
Truck Accident Investigation Professionals: The Caruso Law Offices
- 402 traffic fatalities in New Mexico
- 38 of those fatalities were caused by semi-truck crashes
In addition, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions states that of the work-injury fatalities recorded annually in the state, the two largest offenders that account for 12 deaths each are:
- Truck transportation jobs
- Oil and gas industry work
With an array of employees and operators, owners and corporate entities existing in the trucking industry, who is responsible for the costs associated with your injuries after a truck accident in Cibola County?
Our truck accident attorneys have over 35 years of experience investigating truck accidents in New Mexico, and holding the offending parties responsible for the physical, emotional, and financial injuries they have caused.
Our lawyers have pursued:
- Trucking companies
- Corporations who contract trucking services
- Drivers who caused an accident in error or through negligent operation, including fatigue
- Mechanical operation companies for failures caused by poor maintenance
- Manufacturing companies for defective truck parts
Severe Injuries Require Focused Legal Care
At the Caruso Law Offices, our only focus is truck accidents in New Mexico. Our primary objective is to help the victims of these life-changing accidents recover by pursuing the individual or company who caused their severe injuries.
Unlike an auto accident, the sheer size, weight, and composition of a semi-truck can deliver a devastating blow to a much smaller passenger vehicle. Because of the size discrepancy, the injuries are often much worse, and require significantly longer, more in-depth care.
These injuries can include:
- Traumatic brain injury, or TBI
- Spine and neck injuries
- Crushed or broken bones
- Internal bleeding, injuries, and organ damage
- Loss of limbs
- Burns, scars and disfigurement
Extensive Financial Needs: Truck Accident Injury Victims Require More Resources
When our clients are involved in a truck accident in Cibola County, our attorneys immediately go to work on investigating the cause of their crash. We partner with some of the brightest minds in the state to ensure no detail is left to chance when we seek the resources our clients need to build their future and recover from the serious injuries sustained in these crashes.
Our financial recovery process can include, but is not limited to:
- Lost wages, both current and future
- Medical expenses, including long-term care
- Physical therapy and rehabilitation services
- Temporary or permanent disability
- Full or partial disability
- Reimbursement for lack of income and mounting monthly expenses
- Property damages
Each truck accident injury will differ significantly. Your injuries will require unique care, and our lawyers will be with you each step of the way to ensure we are pursuing the best financial settlement possible on your behalf.
Contact Our Cibola County Truck Accident Attorneys Today for a Free Consultation
If you have been involved in a truck accident, or are currently caring for someone who has, contact our experienced attorneys at the Caruso Law Offices in Cibola County today at (505) 369-1495 for a free consultation. Our attorneys have spent more than three decades contending with the trucking industry to recover the financial settlements our clients deserve. Call us today to find out how our successes can translate to a triumph for you and your family, too.
Directions to Caruso Law Offices, PC Truck Accident Law Firm, 1005 21st St. SE, Suite 11,Rio Rancho, NM 87124, United States from Cibola County, NM
These directions are from Google Maps starting from:
Cibola County, NM
Total Est. Time: 1 h 30 min
Total Est. Distance: 88.5 miles
- Get on I-40 E in Grants from NM-53 E
- Head west
- Continue onto Circle Dr
- Sharp right onto NM-53 E
- Use the right lane to take the slip road onto I-40 E
- Follow I-40 E to NM-345 N/Unser Blvd NW in Albuquerque. Take exit 154 from I-40 E
- Merge onto I-40 E
- Take exit 154 for NM-345/Unser Blvd
- Follow Unser Blvd NW to 21st St SE in Rio Rancho
- Turn left onto NM-345 N/Unser Blvd NW
- Continue to follow Unser Blvd NW
- Turn right onto Southern Blvd SE
- Turn right onto 21st St SE
Destination will be on the right
Call us today (505)-369-1495
We are located at:
Caruso Law Offices, PC
1005 21st St. SE, Suite 11,Rio Rancho, NM 87124, United States