Unlike damage to your car and injuries to your body, pain and suffering is subjective and sometimes difficult for others to understand. What are pain and suffering damages, and how can you seek compensation for them?
If you’ve been in a car accident, you may know that the crash happened differently than the at-fault driver is now saying. And you’re probably well aware that determining
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 how is rear end collision fault determined?
Is the Guy in Back Always to Blame?
In some states, investigators always assign rear end collision fault to the person who hit the other driver. New Hampshire is not one of those states. Admittedly, rear end collisions most often do often result from the following driver not being alert, following too closely, or otherwise failing to stop in time. However, that’s not always the case
NH Injury Attorneys Identify Bad Corporate Conduct in the Age of
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 Car Accident Attorney
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The annual Trouble in Toyland survey provides toy safety guidelines and buying tips. [Download report]
Please Share the Road to Help Prevent Motorcycle Accidents
Fall is a beautiful time of year, especially here in the great state of New Hampshire. With the foliage comes more traffic to the roads, especially motorcycles. So it
Every Person, Regardless of Age, is Susceptible to Unintentional Falls
According to the NH injury attorneys at Manning & Zimmerman Law, every year millions of Americans suffer from a preventable fall injury.
In the New Hampshire workers