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Who’s Liable for Your Injury During a Concert Accident in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Many people cannot imagine their lives without attending concerts and music festivals to listen to their favorite singers and bands. While concerts are generally safe, concertgoers can sustain injuries. Some concertgoers slip or trip and fall, while others get injured in a fight. There are also cases when people get injured when other concertgoers… Read More »

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New Hampshire Law Expands Protections for Victims of Sexual Assault

By Manning & Zimmerman |

New protections for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence took effect in New Hampshire on September 18, 2020. The new state law, which expands protections for sexual assault survivors and domestic violence victims, is known as House Bill 705. HB 705, or the Crime Victims’ Rights Enhancement Act of 2020, introduced the following… Read More »

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How Much Will My Personal Injury Settlement Be in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

A car crash or any other accident in which you sustained an injury can be a life-altering experience. Not only do you have to pay your medical bills and miss time at work (and income), but you also have to cope with physical and emotional pain. If you have been injured in a slip… Read More »

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How to Obtain Compensation After a Pedestrian Accident in Manchester, New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Many residents of Manchester and other New Hampshire cities prefer to commute to and from work on foot. While getting around a city on foot can be a healthier and more environmentally friendly alternative to driving a car, pedestrians are at a higher risk of injury than car drivers. Often, pedestrian accidents are caused… Read More »

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