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April 2019 Archives

Does banning texting and driving reduce car accidents?

Distracted Driving Awareness month is the best time to point out the fact that distracted driving is still responsible for hundreds of deaths and hundreds of thousands of injuries across the country annually. In 2016 alone, approximately 3,500 people died and 391,000 were seriously injured in car accidents involving distracted drivers, according to researchers. While there are a number of distractions that take a driver's eyes off the road, the most common these days is texting and driving.

How common is nursing home neglect in New Mexico?

As of 2018, nearly all of the nursing homes in New Mexico are Medicare or Medicaid certified. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, there were more than 5,500 residents in the state's nursing homes in 2016. However, a 2018 analysis shows that New Mexico may very well be the worst in the country for serious deficiencies on a per-nursing home basis.

New Mexico woman dies in apparent drag racing accident

There are many dangers on the road in New Mexico from drivers who are under the influence, distracted or are otherwise negligent. Another risk is when people decide to drag race. Often, they involve those who are simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. With a collision, there can be serious injury and death. For people who have been affected by an auto accident of this kind, having legal advice is necessary.

Teen charged for fatal pileup on New Mexico highway

Police alleged that a 16-year-old girl, who was accused of driving while under the influence of drugs, slammed into vehicles that were stopped on a highway in the southern part of New Mexico. The ensuing pileup left one woman who had stopped to help the occupants of a stalled vehicle dead. The woman was 51 years old and worked in an administrative position at a medical center.

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