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What Is Considered Sexual Assault In New Hampshire?

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If you have been sexually assaulted, it is critical to contact a knowledgeable attorney to help you seek compensation for your damages and losses. However, many people in New Hampshire do not understand what is considered sexual assault under state law. What to Do After Being Sexually Assaulted Often, sexual assault survivors do not… Read More »

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Can I Sue My Attacker If He Was Found Not Guilty Of Sexual Assault?

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While sexual assault is a crime punishable by law in New Hampshire, victims of sex crimes also have a right to sue their attacker (and other liable parties, if applicable) to get compensated for the pain, suffering, medical expenses, and other losses caused by the perpetrator’s wrongful conduct. But what if the attacker is… Read More »

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Why You May Be Able To Sue Another Liable Party For Your Sexual Assault

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Unfortunately, sexual assault is common in our society. According to statistics on sexual violence in the U.S., 1 in 5 women will be sexually assaulted at some point in their lives. Many sexual assault survivors do not realize that they may be entitled to financial compensation for their medical expenses, pain and suffering, and… Read More »

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New Hampshire Law Expands Protections for Victims of Sexual Assault

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New protections for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence took effect in New Hampshire on September 18, 2020. The new state law, which expands protections for sexual assault survivors and domestic violence victims, is known as House Bill 705. HB 705, or the Crime Victims’ Rights Enhancement Act of 2020, introduced the following… Read More »

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