Personal Injury Law

Welcome to our comprehensive online hub dedicated to Personal Injury Law in New Hampshire. Our blog is your go-to source for the latest news, valuable insights, and expert guidance in the realm of personal injury cases specific to the Granite State.

Whether you’re a victim seeking justice, an attorney specializing in personal injury law, or simply someone looking to understand your rights and options, our mission is to provide you with the knowledge and resources you need.

Explore our blog to access up-to-date information on legal developments, case studies, and practical advice for navigating personal injury matters in New Hampshire. We are committed to helping you stay informed, make informed decisions, and access the support and representation you may require during challenging times. Empower yourself with the knowledge necessary to protect your rights and secure the compensation you deserve in the field of Personal Injury Law in New Hampshire.

Look Out Below! Falling Merchandise

Shelves stacked to the rafters with merchandise is a common sight at big-box stores, retail stores, and some supermarkets. Stacking items, even heavy ones, is an acceptable and generally safe practice … when done correctly. Thousands of customers (and employees) are injured each year by falling merchandise; some have been killed. Here are a few examples of how things can go haywire: Poor stacking methods — e.g., stacking merchandise too high, placing a bigger item on top of a smaller...
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Speeding: A Quicker Way to Tragedy

Speeding is one of the most dangerous habits exhibited on our roadways. According to the National Safety Council, speeding was a factor in 29% of the nation’s traffic fatalities in 2021 — over 12,000 deaths; approximately 33 per day. The faster a person drives, the less time they have to react and the greater their stopping distance. Driving too fast also diminishes the ability of safety structures/devices such as guardrails and impact attenuators to protect vehicle occupants in a crash....
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Factors Affecting Motorcycle Crash Case Settlements

Accurately predicting the value of a motorcycle crash claim can be difficult, but there are some core considerations that can shape a settlement offer. Motorcyclists are sometimes behind the eight ball from the outset. Studies have shown that many people have an unfavorable view of motorcyclists, including jurors. Jury awards are generally lower for motorcyclists than passenger-car claimants, a fact that hasn’t escaped the attention of insurance adjusters, who may low-ball settlement offers. Obviously, the extent of damages and injuries...
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What a Personal Injury Attorney Will Do for You

If you are seriously injured due to someone’s negligence, hiring a personal injury attorney to represent you is always a wise decision. Some people decide to manage small claims on their own. Although doable, keep in mind that seemingly minor injuries sometimes are more serious ones in disguise, intensifying weeks, even many months, after the initial incident. An already settled claim precludes reopening the claim or going to court — you’re basically hung out to dry. It never hurts to...
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What Damages Can I Recover in a New Hampshire Personal Injury Case

Suffering an injury due to the negligence of another person or a company may entitle you to monetary compensation. There are several reasons why you may need to recover damages from an injury including medical expenses, missing long periods of work, as well as other factors. Continue reading to learn more about how damages are determined in New Hampshire personal injury cases. General Damages in New Hampshire  General damages refer to the intangible or sometimes invisible damages you may be...
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When Should You Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have recently been involved in any type of accident, you may be wondering if it is necessary to hire a personal injury lawyer in New Hampshire. State law in New Hampshire states that any person involved in an accident, at the fault or negligence of a third party, that caused physical or mental harm, property damage, or loss of wages is entitled to monetary compensation to recover damages. Damages, in the event of personal injury, include lost wages...
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What to Know After a Slip and Fall Accident

Have you suffered from a slip and fall in New Hampshire? If so, you are not alone. More than one million people visit the emergency room every year because of an injury due to a slip and fall. If you’ve been injured, you may have a lot of questions. Can you sue after a slip and fall? Who is liable? What do you need to do after the accident? Every slip and fall case is unique, so be sure to...
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