The statute of limitations for injury claims is three years in NM. If you were a minor, you have up to an extra year after you turn 18. If the claim is against the government, it is a shorter deadline.
Yes, there are lawyers taking these cases. You can contact any of us who practice in the area of personal injury, particularly those who advertise experience in class action or pharmaceutical litigation.
I need to ID the one who molested me in early 80s. Church is currently being sued by over 4 all claiming a different abuser(same for all 4 different from mine). I don’t know how to go about this and don’t want to damage anything
You should speak to a personal injury attorney about this. If you are able to bring the claim within the statute of limitations, you could sue the church and get discovery from the church that could help you get information about the individual who abused you.
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You should definitely reach out to a New Mexico employment lawyer about this. You are describing retaliation for taking leave for a serious medical condition, which is illegal under New Mexico law. While you have a smaller employer, New Mexico employment law protects employees as long as the...View More
Employment disability discrimination case in New Mexico. In the discovery phase, they are insisting that I sign a release of information for all former, even though I was employed by this company for 17 years, and all companies I applied since my constructive discharge. What relevance does any... View More
Are you handling this case by yourself? If possible, I strongly urge you to consult with an attorney. Litigation is filled with these kinds of issues that can get your case dismissed if you don't handle them properly.
I believe you are asking about an employment information release....View More
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