Attorney Israel Piedra Selected as Nashua Telegraph “40 Under Forty” Honoree

Welts, White & Fontaine, PC attorney Israel Piedra was recently chosen as one of the Nashua Telegraph’s “40 Under Forty” honorees. The Telegraph, in conjunction with Clark & Lavey Benefit Solutions, sponsored the event recognizing the Nashua area’s leaders and innovators in the business, health care, civic, education, and entrepreneurial…

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car accidents caused by overservice

The CDC estimates that 29 people in the United States die every day in a motor vehicle crash involving an alcohol-impaired driver. Sometimes the deceased party is an intoxicated driver himself. Sometimes the victim is an innocent passenger or unlucky driver. Always, it is a tragedy for the victim’s family.…

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Trampoline Park Injuries and Lawsuits in New Hampshire

Trampoline parks are one of the fastest-growing attractions in the entertainment world.  According to industry sources , only three such facilities existed in 2009. Now, there are well over 1,000 worldwide. New Hampshire has several trampoline parks, including  Launch Trampoline Park in Nashua ,  Altitude Trampoline Park in Pelham and Concord ,  Sky…

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iability Waivers

Liability waivers Liability waivers – also known as liability releases or “exculpatory contracts” – are almost omnipresent these days. They’re tucked into sign-up forms, on permission slips, in fine print on the backs of tickets, and in the “terms and conditions” on our favorite websites. As explained in a previous…

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Nashua Car Accident Client

A personal injury plaintiff (i.e., someone injured by another person’s negligence) will have three basic categories of damages: medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. And as explained in a previous blog, damages for pain and suffering are typically related to the amount of medical bills a person has…

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punitive damages- Welts White Fontaine

New Hampshire’s Answer to Punitive Damages The term “punitive damages” has entered the mainstream, so most non-lawyers are familiar with the definition: essentially, monetary damages awarded by a jury for the purpose of punishing the defendant for egregious wrongdoing. Many people may be surprised to learn that punitive damages are…

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