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Horseback riding and other equestrian activities are popular in the New Hampshire, as they are in most areas of the United States. A recent study estimates that equine-related business in the United States is a $102 billion industry. Equestrian sports can be an enjoyable and fulfilling pursuit. However, horseback riding…

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Winter is officially here, and thousands of people are celebrating by taking advantage of New Hampshire’s many ski areas. Skiing is enjoyed by millions worldwide and is an important part of New Hampshire’s economy. However, as every skier knows, skiing does not come without risks. Unfortunately, injuries are inevitable with…

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Car accidents are one of the leading causes of serious personal injuries. Often, car accidents are caused by things like speeding, distraction, weather conditions, mechanical failure, or simply bad driving. Other motor vehicle accidents are caused by a driver’s intoxication. Drunk-driving accidents may result in extremely serious injuries, such as…

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Question: Are Liability Releases and Waivers Enforceable in New Hampshire? Liability releases and waivers are common, and many of us have signed dozens in our lives. They’re most often used in the context of recreation or entertainment: rock-climbing gyms, ski mountains, sports leagues, and ice rinks. Typically, they contain language…

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The following are some frequently asked questions regarding legal appeals in New Hampshire: I lost my case.  How do I appeal? Typically, the first step in an appeal is to file a Motion for Reconsideration in the trial court within 10 days of the decision you are appealing.  This is…

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Most personal injury claims are based on a legal concept known as “negligence.”  Negligence is a concept not defined by a state or federal statute, but by what’s known as the “common law”: essentially, legal principles developed through centuries of court decisions.  In short, negligence is the failure to use…

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