Personal Injury Attorney
Alexander D. Crecca, Esq.
Alex has extensive experience with civil litigation, areas including business law, catastrophic personal injury, burn cases, wrongful death, car and trucking cases, and has litigated and managed a wide variety of business lawsuits and matters. Alex’s clients appreciate his prompt and often innovative solutions to their problems. Contact us for references, to discuss outcomes from Alex’s other cases, or to set up a free consultation. Read more about Alex below.
Alex founded the Firm to represent injured people and their families in claims against wrongdoers. Many of Alex’s clients have lost a loved one or have been so seriously injured by the negligence of a wrongdoer that they feel they have “lost it all”. Alex has had great success in helping devastated people and families protect their rights, reach fair resolution of their claims and begin to rebuild their lives.
Many wrongdoers feel they have no obligation to the people and families they hurt. Some of these wrongdoers will go about their business and often conduct themselves in the same manner as they did when they caused injury. Many wrongdoers begin their investigation at the accident scene. They send their lawyers and investigators to the scene as soon as possible. They do this to gather facts so that they can begin their defense against you. It is imperative that you contact an attorney as soon as possible. An attorney can help preserve evidence, interview witnesses and protect your claims. Contact us now to discuss your case with an experienced legal professional.
Alex knows first hand how these wrongdoers go about shirking their responsibility. Prior to founding the Firm, he represented insurance companies, trucking companies , numerous manufacturers and distributors of products, ranging from ATV’s to asbestos and medical products. Alex has also defended and prosecuted construction defects and accidents, railroad negligence, malpractice, automobile, aviation and hot-air balloon claims, and professional and stock broker negligence claims.
Many of the claims against these companies and people arose out of catastrophic personal injuries and wrongful deaths. Alex knows how companies investigate and defend claims. Alex has personal knowledge, experience and understands how these big insurance companies evaluate the legal issues in these cases, set monetary values for your claims and how they defend themselves against lawsuits. Contact us, to see if he can put this knowledge to work for you.
Alex has represented numerous businesses and people with business and commercial matters ranging from arbitration’s, meditations and lawsuits to establishing business guidelines and practices and dealing with potential litigation issues to protect these business from possible legal disputes. He has helped clients form businesses and has represented them with contractual issues, lease agreements, internet issues, business to business disputes and helped clients recover accounts receivables and money owed them. Contact us to set up an appointment to discuss your business needs.
Not only has Alex litigated and managed business claims and catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death claims, he has defended professionals against claims before New Mexico Administrative Boards. These professionals have had complaints against their licenses and, thus, their ability to practice their chosen profession at stake.
Alex graduated from The Loyola University – Chicago School of Law, in Chicago, Illinois where he received numerous Dean’s Awards and the highest grade in the legal course, Trial of a Medical Malpractice Case. While in law school, Alex’s article “Service of Process Abroad – Does Illinois Need A New Statutory Provision?” was published in The Forum, Loyola University – Chicago International Legal Journal.
Before his second year of law school, Alex externed for the Honorable Judge, Stephanie Seymour, of the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals presides over New Mexico, Colorado, Oklahoma, Kansas, Utah and Wyoming.
Alex is licensed to practice law in the state courts of New Mexico and the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the State Bar of New Mexico, New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and the American Trial Lawyers Association. He has a certification in Taking & Defending Depositions from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy.
Reported Cases: Meiboom v. Carmody, 2003 NMCA 145, 82 P.3d 66 (NM 2003).
Contact Alex to see if The Crecca Law Firm can help you with your injuries, or your business with its legal problems.