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New Hampshire Drivers Are Required to Clear Snow and Ice from Cars Under Jessica’s Law

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Have you ever had to wake up earlier before work just to scrape snow and ice off the car windshield, before hitting the road? If you live in New Hampshire, you are familiar with that winter ritual more than anyone else. Law-abiding residents of New Hampshire perform this winter ritual not only because they… Read More »

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New Hampshire’s Dram Shop Law: The Liability of Alcohol-Serving Establishments

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Contrary to popular belief, the drunk driver who caused your car crash is not the only one who could be held liable for your damages. You may also be able to sue third parties under New Hampshire’s dram shop law. While impaired motorists who are caught driving under the influence of alcohol face criminal… Read More »

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Can You File a Car Accident Claim with Your Own Insurance Company in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Seeking compensation for your injury following a car crash can be tricky. You are required to prove that the other party was at fault for causing the accident to get compensated for your medical expenses, loss of income, and other damages. But can you make things easier for yourself by filing a first-party claim… Read More »

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Are You Required to File a Collision Report After a Car Accident in New Hampshire?

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After an auto accident, all drivers have certain duties and responsibilities that must be carried out in order to bring a valid and successful claim. One of the requirements is to file a car accident report. But who is required to file a collision report in the aftermath of a vehicle crash in New… Read More »

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Can You Recover Damages After a Rideshare Accident in New Hampshire?

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People who do not have a car in Manchester and other parts of New Hampshire cannot imagine their lives without Uber and other rideshare companies. In fact, even motorists who have their own vehicles occasionally use ride-hailing services. However, there have been many controversies surrounding Uber, Lyft, and other rideshare companies in the U.S…. Read More »

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What if There’s Not Enough Insurance to Pay for Personal Injury Damages in New Hampshire?

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It is not uncommon for personal injury victims to wonder, “What happens when the insurance is not sufficient to cover my damages and losses?” This often happens when a victim has suffered a serious injury in a vehicle crash or any other type of accident. If you can prove that another person or entity… Read More »

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How to Recover Damages After a Car Accident in New Hampshire?

By Manning & Zimmerman |

Seeking compensation following a car accident in Manchester or other cities in New Hampshire can be a complicated process. When the victim’s injuries are serious, pursuing a lawsuit may be the only option to get fully compensated for their injury. Proving Negligence to Recover Damages After a Car Accident If you are filing a… Read More »

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How to Calculate Lost Wages Following a Car Accident in New Hampshire?

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In addition to the cost of vehicle repair and medical expenses following a car accident, you are likely to incur lost wages due to your inability to work. When seeking compensation for economic damages in New Hampshire, it is important to know how to calculate the loss of income. Lost Wages and Missed Employment… Read More »

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Can U-Haul Be Responsible for Accidents Involving Its Trucks in New Hampshire?

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U-Haul trucks are quite popular in New Hampshire and many other states. In fact, you may have probably even rented a U-Haul truck yourself. As its name implies (“you haul”), the company allows people to rent its trucks to move items from point A to point B. While U-Haul is a convenient and cost-efficient… Read More »

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New Hampshire’s Comparative Negligence and At-Fault Insurance System: How Does It Work?

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If you were injured in a car crash or any other accident and are considering filing a personal injury claim in New Hampshire, you need to understand how the state’s comparative negligence system works. New Hampshire follows the doctrine of modified comparative negligence. What that means is that you can be partially responsible for… Read More »

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