Located on Gulton Court in northeast Albuquerque, Trialmetrix : The Science of Advocacy, is the newest cutting-edge resource for New Mexico’s trial attorneys. TrialMetrix is a one stop venue that offers services from full mock juries through focus groups and issue identification panels down to a realistic witness preparation platform. This capability allows attorneys to spot issues and develop the unique aspects of their cases to an unprecedented degree. With its expansive presentation area, audited deliberation rooms and technology center, the facility offers every amenity for attorneys to achieve the best possible outcome from a given set of facts. Continue reading
After a car accident, one of the first questions an injured person asks is, “Does the other driver have car insurance?” Per the Insurance Research Council (IRC), a non-profit organization funded by insurance companies to compile and study vehicle and hit-and-run accidents, New Mexico has the dubious distinction of being in the top five states with the highest percentage of uninsured motorist accidents. Continue reading
If you reside within the Albuquerque, New Mexico area you cannot help but see in the news the many cases of individuals killed by the Albuquerque Police Department (APD). From 2009 to 2014 the APD was involved in over thirty-five shootings, resulting in twenty-three deaths. It was, however, the shooting death of James Boyd, an unauthorized camper, that grabbed national headlines. This incident was captured on video and was viewed on the internet by the general public. This sparked a protest of over three hundred Albuquerque residents who called for an end to the excessive force of Albuquerque’s police department.
Wrongful-Death Award Benefits Widow, Children
Attorneys with Will Ferguson & Associates won a $2.5 million jury verdict on behalf of the family of a Carlsbad water hauler killed in a head-on crash with another water hauler. Continue reading
N.M. Hip-implant Claims Eligible for $3 Billion Settlement Fund
David M. Houliston of Will Ferguson & Associates in Albuquerque, N.M., is accepting cases on behalf of people injured by defective hip implants recalled as dangerous from the U.S. market. Continue reading
AV-rated Lawyer David M. Houliston Finds Spoliation on Eve of Trial
Destroying, hiding or altering evidence before or during a lawsuit, known as “spoliation,” is a serious ethical breach; determining whether evidence has been tampered with can be a frustrating and time-consuming task for the other side.
David M. Houliston of Will Ferguson & Associates, New Mexico’s largest personal injury law firm, recently uncovered irrefutable evidence of spoliation in a case involving an injured oilfield worker. More than four years after the accident occurred, Houliston, and the law firm, the fourth law firm to represent the plaintiff, were the first and only attorneys to comb through the case files and spot the intentional evidence tampering. Continue reading
Ad in Alternative Newspaper Offers Chance for Outreach
(ALBUQUERQUE, NM) — A recent business profile of Will Ferguson & Associates in the Weekly Alibi, an alternative weekly newspaper, provided the firm a chance to raise public awareness of what personal injury law is all about, the firm’s managing partner said. Continue reading
Commitment to Quality Public Radio Programming Continues
(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) — Will Ferguson & Associates expanded ts underwriting of KANW-FM 89.1 to include the popular news quiz show, “Wait Wait, Don’t tell me!”
The law firm added underwriting of the weekend program to its existing support of “Fresh Air with Terry Gross” and “The Diane Rehm Show,” which it began underwriting last fall. Continue reading
(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) – Will Ferguson, a 1974 graduate of the University of New Mexico School of Law, is giving back to his alma mater, agreeing to underwrite scholarships at the law school and remodel the law school’s beloved basketball court.
“Know the rules, play hard, play fair,” a motto Ferguson has tried to live by since graduating from UNM Law, will grace the tip-off circle of the renovated “Ferguson Court,” the outdoor basketball court on which generations of law students have blown off steam during breaks from classes. The court is on the west side of the law school.