New Mexico Personal Injury Attorney
Attorney George "Ben" Davis
When you need experienced New Mexico personal injury representation.
Almost nothing compares to having to deal with going through personal injury, malpractice or even wrongful death litigation. In general, these can be some of life's most unpleasant experiences. From issues relating to personal injury to one's self, wrongful death or nursing home abuse of a loved one, to the difficult issues surrounding insurance, accounting and medical malpractice. Very few things are as emotionally charged and psychologically draining as facing a personally injury litigation case.
Fortunately, you do not have to stand alone. The Davis Law Firm has the resources and the experience to guide you through this difficult process and ensure that your case is successfully resolved. We are an Albuquerque personal injury Law firm and a New Mexico state malpractice, DWI and trial law firm - and we're here to help. Our personal injury lawyers are seasoned trial attorneys with a proven track record.
The Davis Law Firm
We are dedicated to litigating personal and business injury cases to both compensate the injured party and punish the wrongdoer. As a society, we have set forth rules—e.g. traffic laws, regulations, professional rules, common sense, etc.—which we are all required to follow. These rules protect all of us from both injury and economic loss and they help ensure that our society runs smoothly and fairly. However, a few companies, professionals, and others would rather ignore these rules to benefit themselves.
If you or your business has been personally or financially injured as a result of someone else’s rule breaking conduct, please call us today to setup a free consultation. For most cases, there are no attorney’s fees unless we win your case. Unlike other firms which require upfront payment of costs, we advance all of the costs required to advance the case to settlement or trial. These costs can reach into the tens of thousands of dollars to the hundreds of thousands of dollars. Please call (505) 750-Trial (8742) to see if we can help you or your business.
Attorneys Brad Hall and Ben Davis, attorneys for Katherine Pierce and the Estate of Scott Pierce, announce settlement of a very unique wrongful death case in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Katherine Pierce has agreed to accept payment of a Tort Claims Act “occurrence cap plus costs” ($439,000–the maximum the city is required by law to pay) from the City of Albuquerque, to resolve litigation, but wishes to emphasize that her agreement to settle is not about money.
Rather, Katherine’s agreement to settle is driven by her reaching an end to her long fight for answers, as to how this could have happened to her husband. A trial will provide no more answers.
Bullying and hazing are problems that have tormented school-age children for years.
Tragedies like the Columbine shootings in the 1990’s have constantly called to mind our national sensibilities as to what really happens in our school yards, and what school administrators are doing about it. The most prevalent fact is that bullying continues, often with devastating effects on children’s feelings of self-worth and self-esteem. Sometimes childhood depression leads to extremes. According to a local Albuquerque News Report an 11-year-old bullying victim said she was tormented so much that she tried to commit suicide. In the report the girl was shown, with her mother, alongside a drawing she had made. The drawing was a depiction of how cruel her classmates had treated her. In situations like this we are simply relieved to know that the child is okay, and that something is being done to prevent future occurrences, however, no matter what we seem to do the problem persists, and some wonder if more drastic remedies should be taken against bullies. READ MORE
Hey, we’ll be the first to admit that sometimes automobile collisions are simply unavoidable by the injured person.
Try as you might to drive defensively and safety there will always be that variable – the texting teen, the speeder, or that slick road, which will cause you to have to endure a sometimes painful ordeal: the handling a car accident. The following are a few tips, based on the lessons we learn every day as personal injury attorneys, to help lessen the injuries you might receive as a result of a automobile collision: READ MORE
Knowing a dog’s bark and how to avoid dog bites
Dog attacks can result in very serious injuries. Although we routinely seek damages for victims of dog bites, we would prefer that such injuries simply not occur. Here are a few steps you can take to avoid an attack when dealing with an unfamiliar dog: READ MORE
We are all required to, in some way, train for and demonstrate the ability to drive a vehicle before we are granted a driver’s license by the DMV.
In that training we are taught precisely how to deal with every scenario we encounter, including how to deal with accidents involving automobiles. Yet, many people know little about the safety and procedural requirements enumerated in the laws of New Mexico. As a brief review, the following are what we consider the most important things to remember about dealing with car accidents: READ MORE