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Monthly Archives: September 2021

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Can I Sue A Landlord For A Dog Bite In New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

New Hampshire is a strict liability state when it comes to dog bites. It means that dog owners are held strictly liable for bites caused by their dogs without the plaintiff needing to demonstrate that the dog owner was negligent. However, in some cases, a victim of a dog bite can also sue a… Read More »

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What Happens If I’m Injured By An Uninsured Driver In New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Being involved in any car accident can be a stressful and intimidating experience, but even more so if the crash was caused by an uninsured driver. Even if the driver who caused your accident does not carry auto insurance, you could still be able to recover damages. It is advisable to speak with a… Read More »

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How To Prove That A Property Owner Knew About A Dangerous Condition That Caused Your Injury?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

When it comes to pursuing compensation for injuries that occur on someone else’s property, the injured party must prove that the property owner was negligent. In most slip and fall cases case, the injured person must be able to demonstrate evidence proving that the owner of the property: failed to take reasonable measures to… Read More »

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How To Prove Your Non-Economic Damages In A Personal Injury Case

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As you may know, a personal injury settlement consists of economic and non-economic damages. You may also know that proving non-economic damages can be challenging because it is difficult to assign a monetary value to these losses. Non-economic damages include emotional distress, humiliation, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, and… Read More »

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