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Monthly Archives: February 2021

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Can My Pre-Existing Condition Affect My Personal Injury Claim in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

If you were injured because of someone else’s negligence, you might be thinking about your options for filing a personal injury claim to recover damages. However, if you had a medical condition or injury before the accident, you might be concerned that your pre-existing condition would prevent you from seeking compensation for your new… Read More »

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New Hampshire Drivers Are Required to Clear Snow and Ice from Cars Under Jessica’s Law

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Have you ever had to wake up earlier before work just to scrape snow and ice off the car windshield, before hitting the road? If you live in New Hampshire, you are familiar with that winter ritual more than anyone else. Law-abiding residents of New Hampshire perform this winter ritual not only because they… Read More »

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New Hampshire’s Dram Shop Law: The Liability of Alcohol-Serving Establishments

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Contrary to popular belief, the drunk driver who caused your car crash is not the only one who could be held liable for your damages. You may also be able to sue third parties under New Hampshire’s dram shop law. While impaired motorists who are caught driving under the influence of alcohol face criminal… Read More »

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Who’s Liable When You Slip and Fall on Ice or Snow in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Winter in New Hampshire can be absolutely brutal. Each winter, thousands of residents are injured in slip and fall accidents in New Hampshire. But who can be held liable for your injury when you slip and fall on ice or snow in New Hampshire? The answer depends on the location where you slipped and… Read More »

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