The aftermath of an accident can be devastating. You or a loved one are out of work, yet still, have bills to pay. We recommend talking with a New Mexico personal injury lawyer about who was at fault and whether you’re entitled to compensation.
Why Choose Us
Experience and compassion drive results.
You might be going through one of the worst times in your life and need more than legal advice. You need guidance that prioritizes compassion and your family’s needs. We get to know you and what you need from this process. Then we fight hard to get it.
Our personal injury lawyers are known for thoroughly investigating our client’s accidents. We gather as much evidence as we can about what happened, including police reports, photos, videos, eyewitness statements, and expert opinions.
We figure out who was directly at fault for the incident and your injuries. Then we can determine legal liability, too. Sometimes, more than one person or business is responsible for making you whole.
We handle cases in which someone else’s behavior caused you harm. The at-fault person could be anyone—another motorist, a trucker, a store owner, a government employee, or a doctor. Whoever they are, we explain what you need to do next to demand compensation.
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You might realize the person at fault for your injuries worked for a local or state government. The claims process against a government entity is very different than the average personal injury claim. Call us immediately if you think a city, county, or the state is responsible.
When you’ve suffered severe or catastrophic injuries, you need to win as much compensation as possible. The medical bills can be astronomical. The long-term expenses can be more than your budget can handle, particularly if you or your spouse can’t go back to work.
When working with Harrison & Hart, LLC, you can be confident we identify all of your physical, emotional, and financial injuries. We won’t overlook anything. Then we demand as much compensation as possible for those damages.
Schedule a time to talk with us about how we’ve handled cases similar to yours. We’ll discuss the results we’ve won in previous cases and the possibilities we see in your situation.
We dedicate our practice to achieving the best results for our clients, no matter the situation. We know how to negotiate with prosecutors and other attorneys to reach a resolution that will meet your needs.
Wrongful Death Settlement
After Truck Accident
Our truck accident attorneys worked with a family who lost a loved one in a horrific crash. We reached a significant confidential wrongful death settlement for our clients.
How We Can Handle The Challenge
We take care of our own.
At Harrison & Hart, LLC, we know most people don’t know what to do after a personal injury accident. It’s an entirely new situation, and nothing in life will have prepared you for it. We’re here to guide you through every step. You don’t have to figure out anything on your own.
We’re highly knowledgeable about New Mexico personal injury and wrongful death laws, including:
We’ll explain all the laws and processes that apply to your claim. There won’t be any guessing games.
Most people get stressed out at the thought of dealing with insurance companies. We don’t blame you for feeling this way. There’s a lot of red tape and complicated contracts. We help by talking to the insurance companies on your behalf. There’s no need to worry about what to do or say. If you need to answer questions or give a statement, we’ll prepare you.
When it comes to investigating, gathering evidence, calculating damages, and hiring experts, we do the heavy lifting. Your focus should be on your recovery, while ours will be on winning compensation through an insurance claim or lawsuit.
Most personal injury claims settle without going to trial. But you still might benefit from filing a lawsuit. We’ll explain the pros and cons of filing a personal injury lawsuit. We may want to take advantage of discovery and put pressure on the insurer. We handle the litigation process, including filing the complaint and showing up to hearings.
The first part of a personal injury claim is building your case. The second is negotiating a settlement. We aren’t afraid to go back and forth with the liable party or their insurer. We aren’t afraid to demand full and fair compensation.
If you receive a settlement offer, we’ll review it. We’ll tell you honestly whether it’s a good offer or you deserve more. We’ll never push you to settle for less than you deserve.
"Harrison & Hart has represented me in four lawsuits, during which I have continued to be impressed by their intelligence, knowledge of the law and professional integrity. They are creative and shrewd, but honest and forthright. I would confidently take them into any legal battle I faced."
We prioritize your case while you focus on your recovery.
Don’t hesitate to call Harrison & Hart, LLC if you or a loved one are suffering from:
We know the medical bills coming in are daunting. We’ll help you deal with these as best we can, including working with your medical providers to wait for a settlement.
What Your Claim is Worth
The liable party should pay for your injuries.
During a personal injury claim, we’ll demand you receive compensation for:
If we find evidence that the at-fault party’s behavior was worse than mere carelessness, we’ll explain punitive damages. In New Mexico, if you can show the other party acted recklessly, with willful and wanton disregard for others, or maliciously, then you can demand additional compensation. Punitive damages punish the wrongdoer.
We’re ready and able to fight for you.
After an accident, sometimes all you want is someone to stand up and fight for what you and your family need. That’s what we’re here for. From our office in Albuquerque, we represent accident and injury victims throughout New Mexico. Let us help you get the best possible outcome from a personal injury case.
From our office in Albuquerque, Harrison & Hart, LLC serves clients throughout New Mexico. We are focused on getting you the best outcome possible in the harshest of situations.