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Monthly Archives: July 2020

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Who’s Responsible for Your Swimming Pool Injury in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

About ten people die from unintentional drowning every single day. However, unintentional drowning is not the only bad thing that can happen to you in or around a swimming pool. Hundreds of thousands of Americans sustain swimming pool injuries every year. A large percentage of those injuries occur through no fault of the swimmer…. Read More »

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Recovering Damages in a Hit and Run Accident in New Hampshire

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Being injured in an auto accident is always an overwhelming and scary experience. However, being injured in a hit and run accident is even worse because it can be tough to recover damages if the at-fault motorist is never found or identified. Unfortunately, some victims of hit and run accidents are not able to… Read More »

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How to Establish Fault in Car Accidents in Work Zones?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

If you have been driving in Manchester or elsewhere in New Hampshire this summer, you may have noticed a lot of new work zones all across the state. Many companies take advantage of warm weather in order to complete construction projects, which is why you might see more construction, maintenance, and repairs on roadways… Read More »

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ATV Accidents Are on the Rise in New Hampshire

By Manning & Zimmerman |

The warm months – May through September – account for the vast majority of ATV accidents in New Hampshire and other states. ATV riding has become one of the most popular summer activities in the United States, but the latest reports show that ATV accidents have been on the rise in NH. At least… Read More »

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