We Understand The Personal Part Of Personal Injury

Albuquerque attorney Rachel Berenson gets compensation for people wrongfully injured by others. If you are this victim, let our firm fight for legal justice and monetary recovery for your medical, financial and emotional losses so you can focus on healing.

A Serious Injury Demands A Serious Legal Response

When a New Mexican needs legal representation after an undeserved injury or the wrongful death of a loved one, the personal injury law firm of Berenson & Associates, PC, is here to understand and help. We provide a high-quality experience for our clients as we fight for justice in cases involving:

  • Car accidents
  • Distracted driving
  • Drunk drivers
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Truck collisions
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Bicycle strikes
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Dog bites
  • Premises liability
  • Pool injuries
  • Slip-and-fall injury
  • Wrongful death

Talk to us in a free consultation to understand what we can do for you.

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Discuss your situation with a lawyer to understand your legal options.

Certified Accident Reconstructionist:

Our lawyer Rachel Berenson is a certified accident reconstructionist, a significant asset to our clients in motor vehicle crash cases. She has also studied brain injury and vehicular homicide.

Fatal Motor Vehicle Accidents:

We represent surviving family members of people who have died in crashes, including those involving trucks, cars and motorcycles. Recovery helps with unexpected costs and honors your deceased loved one.

Compassionate Wrongful Death Advocacy

When someone dies because of another person’s recklessness, negligence or aggression, the victim’s surviving loved ones can file a wrongful death lawsuit to recover compensation for the devastating loss. We seek damages for funeral costs, medical bills for treatment before death, grief of survivors and more. Sometimes punitive damages are available to punish the wrongdoer. Our staff provides compassion and support while fiercely fighting for justice for the irreplaceable loss.