Fighting for the Service Members Who Fight for Us

Date:May 10, 2019 Posted By: Donald Manning

Service Members Are Vulnerable to Scams, Sickness, and Subpar Healthcare There are more than two million active and reserve service members of the Unites States armed forces. Their situation is unique; many are young and financially inexperienced and are often and frequently relocated or deployed. They sometimes face difficultly accessing phones or the Internet. Sadly, […]

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Personal Injury Attorneys Discuss Foodborne Illness

Date:April 23, 2019 Posted By: Donald Manning

Tainted Lettuce and Beef Lead Increase in Foodborne Illness According to the personal injury attorneys at Manning & Zimmerman Law, in early 2018, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported an outbreak of E. coli found in romaine lettuce. The outbreak sickened nearly 200 people and killed five. Right before Thanksgiving, another outbreak caused the CDC […]

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NH Injury Lawyers Discuss Surgery Centers

Date:April 1, 2019 Posted By: Donald Manning

Surgery Centers Not Reporting Deadly Complications The rising cost of health care in America is a big concern. Small, relatively routine surgeries that are performed in a hospital can greatly increase those costs. Thus, many patients are directed toward ambulatory or same-day surgery centers. In 1970, the first freestanding surgery center was started in Phoenix […]

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How Is Sideswipe Collision Fault Determined in New Hampshire?

Date:March 29, 2019 Posted By: M. Manning

Sideswipe collisions can be just as catastrophic as head-on or rear-end collisions because they often happen at high speeds. But how is sideswipe collision fault determined? And how does New Hampshire’s comparative fault system work? If you’ve been in a sideswipe accident, an experienced Manchester NH car accident lawyer can help you recover damages. At the […]

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New Hampshire Injury Lawyers Discuss Jessica’s Law

Date:March 9, 2019 Posted By: M. Manning

Imagine driving down the highway after a snowstorm. The roads have been cleared and traffic is moving along. Suddenly, snow and ice fly off the vehicle in front of you and strikes your windshield. It’s unsettling, dangerous, and can be deadly. Since 2002, New Hampshire drivers have been legally required to clear snow and ice […]

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Post Car Accident Symptoms: What If My Injuries Don’t Show Up Right Away?

Date:February 26, 2019 Posted By: M. Manning

After a car accident, you’re overwhelmed and disoriented. Your adrenaline is pumping through your body, and you may be more concerned with the safety of your passengers or damage to your vehicle than that of yourself. And when there are no obvious broken bones or major injuries, it can be easy to assume that you […]

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How Is Rear End Collision Fault Determined in New Hampshire?

Date:January 17, 2019 Posted By: M. Manning

Rear end collisions can result in severe injuries, and the damages can be devastating. Your vehicle might be ruined, especially if you’re pinned between the car that hit you and a car in front of you in a “ripple” accident. The damage can even propagate to other vehicles ahead of you in heavy traffic. But […]

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Empty Promises and Insincere Apologies

Date:January 17, 2019 Posted By: Donald Manning

NH Injury Attorneys Identify Bad Corporate Conduct in the Age of “Sorry, Not Sorry” Think back for a second on 2018. How many companies or institutions do you remember publicly apologizing for inappropriate, malicious or dangerous behavior? The NH injury attorneys at Manning & Zimmerman Law suggest that you will probably run out of fingers […]

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Steps to Take After a Car Accident in New Hampshire

Date:December 26, 2018 Posted By: M. Manning

Even minor car crashes can be unsettling. And you’ll probably be pumped up with adrenaline and emotion for a while afterward. So while you may think common sense will guide you after a car crash, it’s a good idea to prepare yourself ahead of time by keeping these tips in mind. Below, the New Hampshire […]

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Texting While Driving: It CAN Wait

Date:December 21, 2018 Posted By: M. Manning

According to statistics released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2015 distracted driving was responsible for 3,477 deaths and 391,000 injuries. NHTSA also estimated that, in 2011, 660,000 drivers were using an electronic device while behind the wheel. Nearly 3,500 people were killed because of texting while driving. So, was it worth […]

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