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October 2016 Archives

New Mexico bankruptcy filings: Nuts and Bolts

Many people do not know much about how to file for bankruptcy relief. Bankruptcy matters are governed by federal bankruptcy law and are heard in federal bankruptcy court. The U.S. Bankruptcy Court of the District of New Mexico is located in Albuquerque, where most hearings are held. Some matters are also heard by judges in Roswell and Las Cruces.

Could minor but persistent back pain be related to a recent car accident?

The short answer is: yes. When an accident occurs, often everything is happening so quickly. You might think that if you're feeling fine after the crash when you're busy filling out insurance paperwork, finding another way to get to work or school, and in general dealing with a stressful situation. Escaping an accident with a scratch may seem lucky.

Heavy ART construction started on Central Avenue in Albuquerque

Heavier construction just took off on the Albuquerque Rapid Transit or ART project to create a dedicated nine-mile bus lane on busy Central Avenue. Last week, we shared information about the dangerous Central-San Mateo intersection. As we said, Central Avenue is part of historic Route 66, serving as a major east-west corridor.

Dangerous Albuquerque intersection attracts federal attention

Sometimes walking, biking, riding a motorcycle, using a wheelchair or even driving can feel like you are taking your life into your hands when it involves Albuquerque's most dangerous intersection: Central and San Mateo. Central Avenue, part of historic Route 66, crosses the seven-lane San Mateo Boulevard in an extremely busy area of offices, commercial establishments, a high school, a center for people with disabilities, residential development and heavily used bus stops.

Bankruptcy a possibility for struggling Albuquerque restaurants

The Albuquerque Journal recently covered the bankruptcy filing of Zio's Italian Kitchen. Zio's announced that its Albuquerque restaurant will be closing in conjunction with its recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, which occurred less than a month ago.

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