For an attorney who cares, look no further than Tim Chelpaty. He is Southern New Mexico's leading attorney for cases that deal with Medical Malpractice, Automobile Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents,
18-wheeler Accidents, Nursing Home Negligence, and more.
If you or a loved one gets injured, or need to have your rights protected as a result of a health issue that happened in Las Cruces, Alamogordo, Silver City, or the surrounding areas, then contact our Law Office immediately!
WHAT TO DO AFTER A MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT
Call 9-1-1 if the accident is severe. Call the local police if the accident is less severe.
Report to the emergency room or your primary care physician if you sustained injuries.
Your accident will need to be reported to your insurance company.
Approximately 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs yearly, resulting in approximately 885,000 requiring medical treatment. If the owner of the dog knew that the dog had a tendency to bite, the dog owner is liable for the injuries their dog causes. The owner can also be held liable if they know that their dogs had a propensity to bite.
Seek medical attention if you have been bitten.
IIf you have been hit by an 18-wheeler, call 9-1-1 and wait for police and ambulance services to arrive. Report to the emergency room for any injuries you sustained.
A large truck accident is much more catastrophic than an automobile accident. The 18-wheel trucks normally weight more than 25 times more than the average car. Accidents between 18-wheelers and cars normally results in very serious injuries, including fatalities.
Customers who purchased alcoholic drinks at bars and restaurants, can injure people thereafter. These types of lawsuits are regulated by the Dram Shop Law.
A bar or restaurant patron becomes drunk and is involved in an accident, the Dram Shop Law entitles the injured party to file a lawsuit against that business.
Tim Chelpaty Law Office
121 Wyatt Dr. Suite #2
Las Cruces, NM 88005
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