Experienced Artesia, NM Injury and Employment Attorneys Serving You
As one of the smaller cities in New Mexico with a population just shy of 12,000, Artesia is often regarded as a sleepy town that’s most well-known for its three biggest industry employers: agriculture, dairy, and oil and gas.
But while the city may be small, and quiet for the most part, those who live and work in Artesia are just as at risk of suffering negligence-based injuries, and being the victims of labor violations, as are those who live in other, larger cities in New Mexico. Indeed, our personal injury and employment attorneys at the law offices of Flores, Tawney & Acosta, P.C., have served as legal counsel for those in Artesia and other cities throughout the state. If you have been injured or believe that your rights as an employee have been breached, we can help.
Our lawyers have years of experience representing clients who have suffered injuries due to the negligent actions of others. When a person is injured due to another’s actions, they reserve the right to bring forth a legal claim for damages. We can help you to prove fault and negligence, and hold the responsible party liable.
A branch of personal injury law, product liability rules hold that manufacturers of products have a duty to ensure that products are reasonably safe for consumer use. If a product causes injury to a consumer, the manufacturer (or anyone along the manufacture or distribution chain) may be held liable for damages.
It can be shocking for a patient to learn that they have suffered harm as a result of their doctor’s error. When a patient is harmed as a result of a medical professional’s breach of the standard of care, they can file a medical malpractice suit to recover all economic and noneconomic losses suffered.
If you are harmed while working in Artesia, you have the right to just compensation. When you call our law offices, we will help you to explore the options that may be available to you, including filing a workers’ compensation claim, a third party liability claim, or both.
Employees in the state of New Mexico are protected by a number of laws, including laws regarding worker benefits and workers’ compensation, harassment, retaliation, discrimination, wages and hours, and more. When a law is breached, an employee has the right to file a complaint, and file a lawsuit if circumstances warrant it. To learn more about your rights as an employee and what to do if you believe a labor violation has occurred, contact our attorneys today.
Contact Our Artesia Injury and Employment Attorneys Today
Knowing what to do when you have been injured or when your rights have been breached can feel confusing and overwhelming. When you call our Artesia injury and employment attorneys, we will get to work on building your case and providing you with the representation that you deserve. We are both highly skilled in what we do and dedicated to our clients’ best interests.
Please request your free consultation today by calling our offices directly, or sending us a message using the contact form on our website.