Farmington, New Mexico is a city located in San Juan County, New Mexico, with a population of around 45,000 people. The city is known for its natural landmarks, such as the Chaco Culture National Historical Park and the Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness, as well as its museums and cultural institutions, including the Farmington Museum at Gateway Park and the E3 Children's Museum and Science Center. The economy of Farmington is based on several industries, including oil and gas production, agriculture, tourism, and manufacturing. The city has a pleasant climate, with mild winters and warm summers, and is served by the Four Corners Regional Airport, which provides commercial air service to Denver, Colorado.

Activities in Farmington, New Mexico

Taco dish from Three Rivers Eatery in Farmington New MexicoFarmington is home to Chaco Culture National Park which is comprised of the ruins of an ancient civilization, called Chaco Canyon. The park is home to several amazing structures, including the Pueblo Bonito, which was once the largest building in North America. The site also features unique features such as the Chacoan roads that connect various parts of the canyon, and the Great Kiva, a large circular room used for religious ceremonies.

The San Juan River can also be found in Farmington if you love fishing. The river flows through Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Arizona and contains several species of fish. If finishing isn’t your thing, the river also offers a wide variety of activities such as kayaking and rafting.

Three Rivers Eatery in Farmington New MexicoWhile in Farmington, our intake specialist, Marya Martinez, enjoys stopping in at Three Rivers Eatery and Brewhouse which is located at 101 E. Main Street. The restaurant is in a historic building from 1912 that originally housed the Farmington Times-Hustler newspaper as well as the Farmington Drug store.She highly recommends the Navajo Taco and said it’s a “must try.”

Driving Dangers in Farmington

Farmington has several potential driving dangers that drivers should be aware of. Severe weather conditions, including hailstorms, flash floods, and winter storms, can make driving difficult and dangerous. Distracted driving, reckless driving, and alcohol and drug-related accidents are also significant concerns in Farmington. Additionally, the high volume of heavy truck traffic on US-550 can lead to safety hazards for other drivers. To avoid accidents and stay safe on the roads in Farmington, it is essential to follow traffic laws and drive cautiously.

Accidents in Farmington

A Farmington couple was struck by a defendant who fled the scene, leaving them injured as pedestrians. The collision caused both clients to suffer extensive injuries, including broken ribs, a broken arm requiring surgery, and stitches. As time went on, their medical bills continued to mount, prompting the couple to turn to Keller & Keller for help. Thanks to the firm's dedicated team, the at-fault driver's insurance coverage was located, and a claim was presented through the client's underinsured coverage. In the end, Keller & Keller was able to recover over $900,000.00 for the couple.

Farmington, New Mexico Injury and Wrongful Death Attorneys

When you get hurt in an auto accident that wasn't your fault, you must make some big decisions. One of the most important ones is choosing the right personal injury lawyer to help you out.

Keller & Keller is backed by the residents of Farmington who rely on their skilled team of injury attorneys, paralegals, and support staff to deliver a satisfying, insightful, and empathetic experience following an accident.

Hundreds of Farmington residents have chosen Keller & Keller to manage this process for them and ensure they will not be taken advantage of by a large corporation or insurance company. We will handle all your paperwork from start to finish and handle the insurance company every step of the way so you can take this time to focus on your recovery and well-being. Keller & Keller understands the personal hardship caused by an auto accident, and that is why we have a Zero Fee Guarantee, meaning you pay us nothing until a recovery is made on your behalf. 

Farmington Emergency Contacts

City of Farmington - Police Department

  • Address: 900 N Municipal Dr. Farmington, New Mexico
  • Phone: (505) 599-1053
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City of Farmington- Fire Department

  • Address: 850 Municipal Dr. Farmington, NM 87401
  • Phone: (505) 559-1415
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San Juan Regional Medical Center

Talk to a Top-Rated Farmington Injury Lawyer Today for a Free Case Evaluation

When you hire us to represent you, you'll have an New Mexico injury attorney assigned to your case, a paralegal to monitor its daily status, and a full support team available to help you with all your questions and concerns. 

We are recognized as an experienced New Mexico personal injury firm, devoting our practice to personal injury cases involving car accidentstruck accidentsmotorcycle accidentswrongful death, and medical malpractice cases.

If you wish to schedule a consultation or get advice, call our Albuquerque office directly at 1-800-253-5537. However, if you prefer to contact our injury attorneys by email, you can write to them with the details of your accident by using our free contact form. We're quick to respond and look forward to going to work for you!