Representing the citizens of New Mexico for over 40 years.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Do I have a case?
- Why should I hire your firm?
- What fees do you charge to represent a client?
- Do you represent clients in divorce cases, legal separation, child custody, or spousal support?
- Do you handle Workers’ Compensation claims?
Every situation is unique. To learn more about your situation, we offer potential clients an opportunity to meet with Mark for a free consultation. Call to schedule a consultation; consultations are scheduled by appointment only.
Mark has served the local community for over 21 years. He served as a prosecutor with the Third Judicial District Attorney’s office before going into private practice with his father, Larry Pickett. He has successfully represented clients in both state district and federal court.
Our goal is to obtain fair compensation for our clients that have been injured or wronged, and at the same time, help to make our community safer. Read what our clients have to say about us.
Cases involving personal injury claims, such as auto collisions or medical errors, are taken on a contingency fee. This type of fee arrangement allows clients that cannot afford to pay an attorney by the hour the opportunity to pursue their case. Clients are charged a percentage of the amount recovered when the case is successfully resolved. If there is not any recovery on a case, then the client owes no attorney fees.
For other types of cases, such as criminal defense cases, we charge either a flat fee or hourly fee depending on the complexity of the case.
No, as we do not practice family law.
No, we do not handle Workers’ Compensations cases.
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