New Mexico has a culture with lots of Native American influence, making it a colorful place to visit. You’ll find a large artistic community in Santa Fe, plus all types of festivals throughout the state that both riders and non-riders can attend. The landscape offers deserts and plains, and it’d be hard to travel anywhere in the state without seeing mountains in the distance.
A dry climate and an average of 278 sunny days a year is great news to any rider who wants to get out on the road and take it all in. Whether you’re checking out Albuquerque’s hot air balloon festival or riding through the timbers of the Lincoln National Forest, you can count on Law Tigers 24/7 in case anything happens.
Meet Our New Mexico Law Tigers
Geoffrey Trachtenberg has been a partner of the Levenbaum Trachtenberg law firm since 2002 and has handled many successful motorcycle injury cases. He is respected among top lawyers and the entire legal community. Known for his honesty and dedication to justice, Geoff is the President of the Arizona Association for Justice (Arizona Trial Lawyers Association), past president of the State Bar of Arizona and volunteers at a number of organizations.
Justin Henry is an attorney who leads the New Mexico Law Tigers team. He graduated from the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University in 2010, and later earned the highest grade in his class in Applied Evidence and Trial Advocacy at law school. Justin also worked as an intern at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona with the Honorable Mary H. Murguia and the Honorable James A. Teilborg. Justin has represented injured motorcycle riders and their loved ones with care and respect from the initial evaluation all the way through recovery.
500 Marquette, Suite 1200
Albuquerque, NM 87101
Our experienced team of motorcycle accident attorneys in New Mexico have successfully handled hundreds of accident cases. They understand New Mexico motorcycle law and have knowledge to help you get through your accident and back on the road.