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Monthly Archives: January 2022

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What Are New Hampshire’s Most Important Car Accident Laws?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Each state handles car accidents slightly differently, and New Hampshire is no different. If you’ve been injured in a car accident, it might be helpful to become more familiar with these laws. With a greater understanding of how these laws work, it can be easier to approach your upcoming lawsuit in a confident, efficient… Read More »

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Injured By Falling Ice From Another Vehicle?

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All drivers in New Hampshire are legally required to keep their vehicles clear of ice and snow. At first, this might seem like pointless law. But when you consider the hazards of driving with ice and snow on your vehicle, it becomes clear that these rules are in place to protect innocent people. If… Read More »

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What Role Will Insurance Play In My Personal Injury Claim?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

If you have suffered a serious injury and you believe someone else’s negligence is to blame, you may be considering a personal injury claim. As you approach this legal process, you may be wondering whether insurance companies will be involved in any way. The answer is almost always yes, and your attorney will likely… Read More »

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What Do I Need To Prove In Order To Win A Slip And Fall Lawsuit?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Personal injury lawsuits are often filed in New Hampshire because of slips and falls. But while many people may file these lawsuits, not all are successful. If your lawsuit fails, you will not receive a recovery. Without a recovery, you cannot pay for your medical expenses, recoup your missed wages, or collect for any… Read More »

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Can You Sue A Nursing Home For The Death Of Your Loved One In New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

When we put our elderly loved ones into assisted-living facilities, the assumption is that they will be taken care of in a responsible, careful manner. Unfortunately, these assumptions are often misplaced. Time after time, we have seen elderly individuals abused, neglected, and even assaulted in nursing homes. Tragically, seniors can even lose their lives… Read More »

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