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Monthly Archives: August 2020

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Uber’s Safety Report Reveals Disturbing Passenger and Driver Claims

By Manning & Zimmerman |

The rise of Uber and other ridesharing companies in New Hampshire and other states has offered working opportunities to car owners and presented a convenient and reliable method of transportation for commuters. However, there are many risks and legal challenges associated with riding with Uber, especially if a driver or passenger suffers a personal… Read More »

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New Hampshire’s Dog Bite Laws: How is Liability Determined?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

While most people think of dogs as furry companions, some dogs can be dangerous, vicious, and cause injury or death. When a dog attacks someone, the dog bite victim may be able to recover damages if he/she can prove the dog owner’s liability. The Most Dangerous Dog Breeds That Bite People While some dog… Read More »

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What Evidence Do You Need After a Slip and Fall Injury in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

If you sustained a slip and fall injury on someone else’s property and you are considering filing a premises liability claim in New Hampshire, whether or not you will be awarded compensation depends on how compelling the evidence is. Recovering Damages for a Slip and Fall Injury In New Hampshire, you will have to… Read More »

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New Hampshire’s Comparative Negligence and At-Fault Insurance System: How Does It Work?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

If you were injured in a car crash or any other accident and are considering filing a personal injury claim in New Hampshire, you need to understand how the state’s comparative negligence system works. New Hampshire follows the doctrine of modified comparative negligence. What that means is that you can be partially responsible for… Read More »

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