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Monthly Archives: February 2020


How a Slip & Fall Accident Can Result in Critical Injuries

By Manning & Zimmerman |

A slip and fall accident is rarely an anticipated event. This unpredictable accident can happen anywhere, at any time, and to anyone. Even celebrities fall victim to it. Susan Sarandon took to social media to show the consequences of “a little slip” she recently had. People slip and fall in hospitals, shopping malls, grocery… Read More »

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5 Potentially At-Fault Parties in a Single-Car Crash (Other Than the Driver)

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Not all car collisions involve two or more vehicles. Sometimes, a driver can sustain injuries in a single-vehicle car accident. When you are the only party involved, you may be wondering how to proceed with your insurance. “Who else is to blame for a single-car crash other than the driver of the vehicle?” you… Read More »

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Can You Blame Snow or Ice for Your Car Accident in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

The number of car accidents in Manchester and other parts of New Hampshire increases substantially when there is snow, ice, and that disgusting slush on our roads. Snow-packed road conditions and bad weather are a common contributing factor in vehicle crashes, but what about liability? Who is at fault when you get into an… Read More »

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How to Establish Fault in a Wrong-Way Car Accident

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A driver heading in the wrong direction is a common cause of devastating and, often, fatal car accidents in Manchester and other parts of New Hampshire. Previously, city officials said that one-way streets in Manchester are “nine times deadlier” than two-way streets. Many drivers may simply not be paying attention and turn onto one-way… Read More »

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