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Sig Sauer Continuously Sued In New Hampshire
The lawsuits filed against Sig Sauer are flowing in at a continuous rate. The New Hampshire-based gunmaker has been sued repeatedly by plaintiffs who claim that the gun discharges unintentionally without the trigger being manually activated. Among those suing Sig Sauer are ICE agents, police officers, and many other government employees. But are these… Read More »
New Hampshire Police Hit With Two New Lawsuits
Police in New Hampshire protect us from a range of threats, but sometimes the police are the threat. Recently, two new lawsuits against New Hampshire police officers show the extent of this problem. Dover Police Sued in Wrongful Death Lawsuit On January 9th of 2023, it was reported that the Dover Police Department was… Read More »
Suing For Defective Airbags In New Hampshire
An airbag is designed to save your life, but sometimes it’s part of the problem. Although the vast majority of airbags inflate and project drivers without issues, there are always rare cases involving serious injuries or even deaths caused by airbags. If you have been injured by a defective airbag in New Hampshire, you’re… Read More »
What Happens When A Personal Injury Case Goes To Trial?
If your personal injury case is going to trial, you might not be sure what to expect. After all, most people only know about the trial process due to the various films and TV shows they might have seen. So what actually happens during a trial? How do you strive for the best results?… Read More »
Implications Of Suicide In Workers’ Compensation Cases
It is well established in New Hampshire’s workers’ compensation law that an injured worker cannot recover workers’ compensation benefits for an injury caused by the claimant’s willful intent to injury. Specifically, RSA 281-A:2, XI excludes coverage for injuries “proximately caused by the employee’s willful intention to injure himself or injure another.” What was previously… Read More »
New Hampshire Struck By String Of Worrying Crashes
Thanksgiving Weekend is the most dangerous time of the year to drive in the United States, and a string of crashes in New Hampshire has proven that the Granite State is certainly no exception to this rule. Some of these crashes have resulted in critical injuries, while others have resulted in fatalities. Perhaps the… Read More »
How To Sue After Car Crashes Caused By Trees
We can never quite predict what will happen when we get behind the wheels of our cars. Sometimes, we arrive at our destination safely. In other situations, we crash into other vehicles on the way. And in some very rare situations, falling trees and other acts of nature cause serious damage. For one New… Read More »
Can You Sue For Crashes Caused By Icy Roads In New Hampshire?
Drivers in New Hampshire should be well aware of the dangers posed by icy roads. Even a small amount of ice can cause vehicles to lose control. These accidents can cause serious injuries or even fatalities, leaving family members and victims with financial losses, psychological trauma, and a lifetime of missed wages. But can… Read More »
How Do I Prove Non-Economic Damages In A Personal Injury Lawsuit?
If you have been injured in a New Hampshire accident, you may be suffering from a range of both physical and psychological issues. Unfortunately, psychological issues often remain long after physical scars have healed. Sometimes, it is the psychological issues that are the most life-altering after a major crash or fall. But how exactly… Read More »
What Damages Can I Claim After A Head Injury In New Hampshire?
Head injuries are some of the most serious injuries imaginable, as they can affect not only your physical well-being but also your mental health. Unfortunately, head injuries are often associated with the negligence of third parties, such as property owners, reckless drivers, and many others. If you have suffered a head injury and you… Read More »