Ferguson Firm Tops N.M. Leading Law Firms List

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) — Will Ferguson & Associates was profiled on the cover of a “Legal Leaders” special supplement published by ALM Media and distributed through the Albuquerque Journal and the Wall Street Journal.

The special section, published on Sept. 28. 2012, focused on law firms that are “AV-rated” by Martindale-Hubbell in a compilation described as “the definitive guide to legal representation in New Mexico.” Will Ferguson & Associates is New Mexico’s largest personal-injury law firm.

The firm’s nine attorneys were photographed in the lobby of the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque and outside the museum in front of a U.S. Navy guided missile battery.

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Will Ferguson Firm Takes Uninsured Motorist Fight to Commercial Vehicle Insurer

Builds on N.M. Supreme Court Ruling on Misleading Sales Practices

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) – The Will Ferguson & Associates Law Firm has carried the fight for good-faith treatment of insurance customers into the realm of commercial vehicle insurance.

The law firm pressed the personal-injury case of a commercial truck driver denied fair insurance compensation for severe injuries suffered in a head-on crash with an uninsured motorist.

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Will Ferguson Expert: What You Need to Know if Your Vehicle is Damaged in an Accident

Don’t Be Surprised: Understand Diminished Value Auto Coverage

(ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.) — Auto insurance customers can be shocked to learn that after a crash, their vehicle — even after it is professionally repaired — can be worth far less than what it was worth before the crash.

Will Ferguson & Associates personal injury attorney Jeffrey S, Trespel, an expert on auto insurance coverage, lays out the basics of diminished vehicle value after a crash that every auto insurance customer should know:

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Ferguson & Associates Takes on Auto Giant Chrysler in Dodge Pickup Product-defect Case

Chrysler Knew of, Concealed Grab Handle Defect

(AMARILLO, Texas) – A Pampa, Texas, woman who fell and broke her hip after the plastic grab handle on her brother’s 2006 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck broke has sued the auto giant, charging the manufacturer knew for years the grab handle was unsafe and concealed that fact from consumers since 2004. Continue reading