Keller & Keller's Car Accident Legal Library
This page offers links to Keller & Keller's legal documents, reports, publications, and general personal injury discussions.
Each article is written from our firm's viewpoint, based on more than 75 years of personal injury experience. The goal is to give our existing and potential clients a better understanding of what they can expect to encounter in the days and weeks after their accident while we attempt to settle their injury claim.
In addition to the many first-hand accounts we provide in our legal library, there are also several educational articles, but please remember that none of the information provided on this site should be substituted for actual legal advice, nor is it designed to serve as such.
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Dangers of Drugged Driving in New Mexico Was the driver who hit you impaired by drugs? Learn about the dangers of driving under the influence of both prescription and illegal drugs.
Maintain Your Car to Avoid A Single-Car Accident Properly maintaining your car is essential to keeping it running properly, as well as to avoid a single-car accident caused by a malfunction. Learn more here.
New Mexico Car Crash Claims: Restrictions and Limitations When filing a claim for injuries sustained in a New Mexico car crash, you should be aware of the time limits, shared negligence, and damage caps that apply.
Auto Accident Conflict of Interest and Waivers in New Mexico What is a conflict of interest and how does it affect injury claims under New Mexico law? We explore this issue and explain why it may matter to you here.
Underinsured Motorist Coverage and Claims in New Mexico. If you are were in an accident with an underinsured motorist you may be able to file a claim with your inusrance company to gain additional recovery. If you have been in an accident and have questions , contact the law office of Keller & Keller today at (505) 938-2300 for a free legal evaluation.
4 Steps Insurance Companies Must Follow To Reject UM Coverage In New Mexico, if one decides to opt out of uninsured motorist coverage, the insurance company must follow these 4 steps for proper rejection of the coverage.
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