Albuquerque car accident (Tramway and Menual)

Unfortunately, car accidents occur in New Mexico at a higher rate than most of the county. These accidents often cause severe injury to those involved and can also result in significant financial loss and even permanent disability. Under New Mexico law, you are entitled to be compensated for your losses and injury if someone else is responsible for the harm you suffered. 

If you or a loved one has been involved in a car accident in Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Los Lunas, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, or Las Cruces, you have come to the right place. Attorney Anthony Spratley has dedicated his career to building a top-notch personal injury team that can help New Mexican’s go up against big insurance companies to receive the settlement they deserve. The Albuquerque based car accident lawyers at Genus Law Group will pursue full and fair compensation in your New Mexico car accident claim so that you can begin the path of recovery without having to worry about medical bills and lost wages.

What Should I Do After A New Mexico Car Accident?

One of the keys to pursuing a successful Albuquerque Personal Injury case is documentation. That is why it is so important that you go through the proper channels and get the property documentation from the beginning of your accident to the end of your medical treatment. Anyone involved in a car accident in New Mexico should follow these steps to ensure they receive the care they need while putting themselves in the best possible position for future compensation.

Call the Police. Make sure police and emergency services are called so that a police report can be filed and your injuries can be assessed immediately after the accident. This report can have a lot of useful information in your claim. The police can also cite the driver at fault in the accident which can also help prove the other party’s responsibility.

Take Photos. As soon as you can, take pictures of the accident or as someone to do it for you. Your cell phone camera will work fine. Make sure you photograph the accident from as many angles and in much detail as you can. Taking note of surrounding landmarks and the damage to both vehicles.

Find witnesses. Seek out anyone who saw the accident and get their contact information. If possible, ask them to email you a statement of what they witnessed. If you had passengers in your car, ask them to provide you a statement as well.

Seek medical attention. As soon as you’ve been involved in an accident make sure you either call an ambulance or go to the emergency room. You may not feel pain initially because of your body’s adrenaline response, but it’s essential for your physical and financial recovery that you receive a full medical assessment and initial treatment.


How Do I Start A New Mexico Car Accident Claim?

As soon as you have been involved in an auto accident and you have received emergency medical attention, you should contact an Albuquerque car accident lawyer. Once you engage a personal injury attorney and provide them the necessary information, your part in the case is done until your attorney provides you an initial settlement offer. Most personal injury lawyers in New Mexico work on the same compensation model (which is typically 33% of the final settlement amount), so your choice should come down to who you trust to give your case the time and energy it needs to maximize your settlement. Remember, most of the other large personal injury firms in town have hundreds or even thousands of clients in a variety of legal fields. Genus Law Group on the other hand only practices family law and personal injury and we take only take select cases to ensure the quality of our representation. If you have been injured in a car accident in New Mexico in the last three years, contact our Albuquerque auto accident lawyers at 505-317-4455 or chat with someone now to set up your FREE consultation. 


How Genus Law Helps Albuquerque Car Accident Victims

Unfortunately, being the victim of a serious car accident impacts more than just your physical well-being. Aside from recovering from your physical injuries, you also have to worry about paying for your medical treatment, repairing or replacing your vehicle, recovering lost wages, and receiving compensation for your paying and suffering. Often victims see their bills piling up and don’t know what to tell the insurance companies about the accident or their lost wages. Once you call the Albuquerque car accident lawyers at Genus Law Group, our experienced legal team will immediately handle all aspects of the case so that you can focus on your recovery without stress or worry. As soon as you choose Genus Law to represent you in your New Mexico car accident case, our team will:

  • Immediately Send All Parties a Letter of Representation.

As soon as you engage Genus Law, we will contact the insurance companies, creditors, and medical providers to inform them that we represent you. That means they all have to come through us to get to you. We will stop the phone calls and get the ball rolling on your financial recovery. You can simply respond to any unwanted communication “talk to my lawyer” and let us do the rest. 

  • Conduct our own investigation to establish the facts of the case. Insurance companies may try to conduct their own investigation and determine the facts themselves. Genus Law will make sure we collect any and all evidence that will help you maximize your settlement. 

  • Keep you updated on your case and all developments. Genus Law will handle almost every aspect of your case, so your involvement will be limited. However, we will keep you fully informed of our progress in the case and the negotiating process. As soon as we have a settlement offer from the insurance company, we will contact you and advise you on whether or not it’s a good deal. We can also advise you on whats types of medical treatments will best serve your claim and recovery.

Negotiate the best possible settlement for you. The Albuquerque car accident lawyers at Genus Law Group handle each case as if we are going to aggressively argue it in court. However, most cases end in a negotiated settlement. We fight for a fair, timely settlement for our clients, however, if this isn’t possible, we are prepared to take your case to a judge or jury.
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