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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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Recovering Damages in a Hit and Run Accident in New Hampshire

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Being injured in an auto accident is always an overwhelming and scary experience. However, being injured in a hit and run accident is even worse because it can be tough to recover damages if the at-fault motorist is never found or identified. Unfortunately, some victims of hit and run accidents are not able to… Read More »

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How to Establish Fault in Car Accidents in Work Zones?

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If you have been driving in Manchester or elsewhere in New Hampshire this summer, you may have noticed a lot of new work zones all across the state. Many companies take advantage of warm weather in order to complete construction projects, which is why you might see more construction, maintenance, and repairs on roadways… Read More »

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Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Hang Your Face Mask from the Rearview Mirror

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During the coronavirus pandemic, people have developed a habit of always carrying a face mask and hand sanitizer wherever they go. Many Americans do not leave their house without a face mask to protect themselves and others from the COVID-19 disease. When you get in your vehicle, the rearview mirror may seem like the… Read More »

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New Hampshire Sees a Surge in Car Accident Fatalities Despite Less Traffic: Here’s How to Stay Safe

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Due to New Hampshire’s COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, traffic volume across the state dropped sharply during the spring of 2020. However, the same cannot be said about traffic-related deaths on New Hampshire’s roads during the COVID-19 pandemic. Bizarrely, car accident fatalities skyrocketed by 70% compared to the same period last year (state authorities recorded 34… Read More »

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Liability in Merging Accidents in New Hampshire: Who is at Fault?

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Merging car accidents are a common occurrence on our roads. These crashes occur when a motorist merges into another lane or onto another road and ends up hitting someone else’s vehicle from the side or rear-ending it. But what about liability in merging collisions? Is the driver changing lanes always at-fault? Causes of Merging… Read More »

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Wearing a Face Mask While Driving Can Cause a Car Accident

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While there is an ongoing debate regarding face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, a recent car accident indicates that wearing a mask while driving may be dangerous. New Hampshire’s Bureau of Infectious Disease Control has urged residents to wear face masks in public to help curb the spread of coronavirus. However, many drivers in… Read More »

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Accidents or Injuries Resulting from Trucks Reversing

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Truck accidents are sometimes caused by errors in judgment by truck drivers reversing their trucks and/or trailers. Most trucks have blind spots that make reversing difficult, especially when backing up with a trailer connected. In a recent case, a truck driver on foot was literally run over by a backing up truck, leaving the… Read More »

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New Hampshire Law Requires Motorists to Remove Ice and Snow from Vehicles

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Did you know that there is a New Hampshire state law that requires NH motorists to remove snow and ice buildup from their vehicles? The legislation is known as Jessica’s Law and was enacted after a 20-year-old woman died when ice flew off a moving motor vehicle, hitting another car, which then collided with… Read More »

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What Does It Mean if You Have Chest Pains After a Car Accident?

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Many car crash victims experience chest pains after being in an accident. Chest pain or any discomfort in the chest after an auto accident could be a sign of a serious medical emergency. Seek medical attention if you have chest pains after a motor vehicle collision. Failing to see a doctor after a vehicle… Read More »

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