Winter weather affects road conditions in New Mexico's higher elevations and just recently a deadly car accident occurred in one of those locations. The accident happened in Romeroville and involved around 20 different vehicles. Around 30 people were taken to local hospitals and two individuals died from their accident-related injuries.
A speeding driver can be more than a nuisance to others on New Mexico roads. They can create confusion for drivers who do not know how to anticipate their movements and they can cause dangers to slower moving vehicles and individuals, such as bicycles and pedestrians. When speeding drivers cause accidents with others and those victims suffer injuries it is often on the negligent drivers to prove that their actions did not cause the victims' injuries.
In many situations the facts surrounding a vehicle accident may be black and white. One driver may have been completely at fault while the other injured party was acting reasonably and without contributing to the crash. In a case such as this the injured party may be able to recover all of their damages.
If a baby does not receive enough oxygen before, during or after the labor and delivery process then they may suffer from hypoxia. Not every Albuquerque baby born with hypoxia will develop the sometimes serious and life-long complications that this often preventable birth injury can impose, but those who do run the risk of suffering from life-altering conditions. This post will generally discuss some of the factors that may suggest that a baby will suffer from hypoxia as well as possible health issues that may result from a lack of oxygen. This post does not provide any medical or legal advice to its readers and individuals with questions about this topic should consult with the appropriate legal professionals.