Blogs containing the tag 'Loss of Consortium In New Mexico'
To bring a tenable loss of consortium claim, a plaintiff must show: 1) a sufficiently close relationship with the injured party and, 2) plaintiff’s distress was foreseeable. Wachocki v. Bernalillo County Sheriff's Dep't, 2011-NMSC-039, ¶5.
Several factors are relevant in determining whether a sufficiently close relationship existed to bring a loss ... Continue Reading
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