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Monthly Archives: March 2021

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What to Expect in My Personal Injury Case in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

New Hampshire personal injury laws govern how you can seek compensation for injuries caused by someone else’s negligence. Many accident victims do not know what to expect when handling their personal injury case in New Hampshire. That’s why we have prepared a guide to the personal injury claims process in New Hampshire. However, since… Read More »

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Who May Be Liable If a Pedestrian is Hit While Jaywalking?

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Pedestrians have a legal duty to follow traffic rules when crossing the road and being around motor vehicles. Still, when a pedestrian gets hit by a car, some people automatically presume that the driver was at fault for causing the collision while others automatically blame the pedestrian. In many accidents involving a pedestrian and… Read More »

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How to Prove Negligence in My Personal Injury Case in New Hampshire?

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In New Hampshire, you cannot recover damages for your injury if you cannot prove that another party was negligent. In fact, four elements of negligence must be established in order to seek compensation in a personal injury case in New Hampshire. Consider hiring an experienced personal injury attorney to help you investigate your case… Read More »

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How Do I Prove That the Other Driver Was Distracted in My Car Accident?

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Distracted driving is one of the most common causes of car accidents in New Hampshire and other states. While many people fail to pay attention to the road when driving, it can be difficult to prove that a driver was distracted when a car accident occurs. If you have been involved in a motor… Read More »

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