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Monthly Archives: March 2020

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New Hampshire Law Requires Motorists to Remove Ice and Snow from Vehicles

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Did you know that there is a New Hampshire state law that requires NH motorists to remove snow and ice buildup from their vehicles? The legislation is known as Jessica’s Law and was enacted after a 20-year-old woman died when ice flew off a moving motor vehicle, hitting another car, which then collided with… Read More »

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What Does It Mean if You Have Chest Pains After a Car Accident?

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Many car crash victims experience chest pains after being in an accident. Chest pain or any discomfort in the chest after an auto accident could be a sign of a serious medical emergency. Seek medical attention if you have chest pains after a motor vehicle collision. Failing to see a doctor after a vehicle… Read More »

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COVID Resources

By Manning & Zimmerman |

A novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, and which continues to expand. Cases have been identified in the United States, as well as many other countries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State and… Read More »

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Does New Hampshire’s 2020 Law Prohibit Talking on the Phone While Driving?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Now that cellphones have taken over our lives, many drivers find it difficult to put away their devices even when operating a vehicle. While nearly everyone knows that New Hampshire law prohibits texting while driving, does the state law forbid talking on the phone while driving? That depends on whether you are using a… Read More »

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Establishing Fault in a New Hampshire Slip & Fall Case to Recover Damages

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Slip and fall cases arise when a person – typically, a customer or visitor on someone else’s property – suffers injury after slipping or tripping and falling due to an unsafe condition on the premises. A large percentage of slip and fall incidents inside buildings occur due to dangerous conditions such as wet floors,… Read More »

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