Suffering devastating injuries in a commercial truck accident can destroy your life. But you may be able to hold the at-fault party accountable. When the liable party violates New Mexico’s trucking laws and regulations, The Law Giant can help you obtain maximum compensation for your suffering.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration is a part of the U.S. Department of Transportation. They are responsible for the oversight and regulation of motor carriers and commercial vehicles in the U.S., including truck drivers and companies.
Part of the FMCSA’s oversight includes:
A New Mexico accident attorney will review the details of your case to determine if any rules and regulations were violated and contributed to the crash. This review helps determine who is at fault for the injuries you sustained and the damages you endured.
*The outcome of any individual case depends on factors unique to that case. Past case results listed on this website do not guarantee or predict a similar result in any similar or future case.
Once your attorney has determined that there have been FMCSA violations, there are several actions that the liable parties can face.
You may have grounds for a civil claim seeking financial compensation for your economic and non-economic damages as applicable under New Mexico law.
The at-fault parties may also face civil fines, license suspension or revocation, and other penalties depending on the details of your case.
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Your New Mexico truck accident lawyer will have several responsibilities when taking on your case. We build a solid case by:
These are just a few of the different tasks your attorney will be responsible for in working to build a robust case against those who caused your physical, emotional, and financial pain.