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Attorney in Albuquerque, NM

Will Ferguson & Associates

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To fight the good fight for people who deserve it – there is
Will Ferguson & Associates has an ethical responsibility to ensure that the legal system remains fair, effective, and efficient. We must also, under the New Mexico Rules of Professional Conduct, represent the interests of our personal-injury clients vigorously and competently within the law.

Trust, courtesy, and respect are expected of both the lawyer and the client. The client looks to us for expertise, education, advocacy, sound judgment, representation, counseling and zealous protection of their rights. This New Mexico personal injury law office should provide these services competently, ethically, loyally and professionally.

This law firm and our employees should treat you with courtesy and consideration. You should extend the same courtesy and consideration to your lawyer and the firm’s employees. Your lawyer should handle your legal matter ethically and competently. You lawyers should not violate the law or the Lawyer’s Rules of Professional Conduct in representing you. Your lawyer should give you independent, professional judgment and loyalty, and should identify to you any potential conflicts of interest. You must tell your lawyer of all facts relating to your matter, even if they are damaging to your case or unflattering to you. Your lawyer should address your questions and concerns promptly. You lawyer should keep you informed of the status of your matter and should send you copies of relevant papers. Your lawyer should charge a reasonable fee. Your lawyer should explain how the fee will be computed and billed. You may refuse to enter into any fee arrangement. Once you have agreed to a fee arrangement, you should honor it. You should maintain contact with your lawyer, and notify the lawyer of any change in telephone number or address. You should respond promptly to your lawyer’s requests for information. You should appear on time for all legal proceedings. Your lawyer should tell you about the potential consequences if your case is lost, including whether you may be responsible for your opponent’s attorney’s fees or litigation costs You lawyer should not reveal your secrets and confidences. A lawyer is not obligated to accept, or continue to represent a client if the lawyer determines that the client’s cause is without merit, that a conflict of interest would exist, or that a suitable working relationship with the client is not likely. Your lawyer should represent you without regard to race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability.
Practice Areas
 Legal Services  Injuries & Accidents
 Abuse (Child, Domestic, Sexual)  Insurance
 Agencies & Administration  Investments (Securities, IPOs)
 Auto (Speeding, Traffic)  Juveniles
 Auto (Accidents, Insurance)  Landlord/Tenant
 Banking (Business, Mortgage)  Medical Malpractice
 Bankruptcy  Motor Vehicle Accidents
 Business Law  Negligence
 Children (Custody, Support)  Malpractice - Professional
 Class Actions (Drugs, Products)  Mediation
 Commercial Law and Contracts  Online / Video Legal Consultation
 Commercial Real Estate  Parents (Elder Law, Medicare, SSI)
 Commerical Litigation  Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks
 Construction (Accidents, Disputes)  Pay and Benefits
 Contract Disputes  Personal Injury
 COVID-19-Related Legal Help  Probate & Contested Wills
 Credit (Collections, Rights)  Product Liability
 Criminal Law  Real Estate/Property
 Discrimination/Harassment  Social Security
 Divorce  Taxes
 Eminent Domain/Condemnation  Transportation
 Employment Law  Unions
 Entertainment & Media  Immigration, Visas, Citizenship, Deportation
 Environmental Law/Zoning  White Collar Crime
 Family Law  Workers' Compensation
 Financing & Taxes  Wrongful Death
 Health Care & Insurance  Wrongful Termination
Education/Training
B.A. Wofford College, 1971 University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D., 1974 University of New Mexico School of Law University of Exeter, Devon, England
Memberships
New Mexico State Bar, 1974 University of Exeter, 1974 American Justice Association Former member ATLA President's Club Lawyer-Pilot's Bar Association, (Capt., USAF, 1971-1976).
Free Consultation
Yes
Location
1720 Louisiana Blvd NE
#100
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