Horse-Related Injuries and New Hampshire’s Equine Liability Statute

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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 Unite…

New Hampshire Burn Injury Lawsuits

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Burns are some of the most serious and painful injuries to sustain. We typically think of burns as being caused by fires. However, burns can also be caused by liquids, electricity, radiation, or ch…

Recovering for a Wrongful Death in New Hampshire

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For most of us, the death of a loved one is the most difficult thing imaginable. On an emotional level, there is a deep and irreplaceable void. And from a practical perspective, a death in the …

Can I Sue the Ski Mountain for My Skiing Injury in New Hampshire?

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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 Ham…

Injuries Caused by Drunk Drivers

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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…

Dog Bite Lawsuits in New Hampshire

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According to the Center for Disease Control, approximately 4.5 million dog bites occur in the United States each year. Children are the most likely victims, and men are more likely to be bitten tha…

Liability Releases And Waivers

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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 …

FAQ: Appeals to the New Hampshire Supreme Court

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 Reconsid…

Personal Jurisdiction in New Hampshire

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In order for a court to issue a binding judgment, the court must have both subject matter jurisdiction and personal jurisdiction over the parties to a lawsuit. Personal jurisdiction is the concept …

What are the elements of negligence in New Hampshire?

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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”:…

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What Is My Tree Worth? Calculating Damages For Timber Trespass In New Hampshire

If your neighbor or their tree service cut down trees on your property, you are likely entitled to damages. Furthermore, if the trees were cut down accidentally (usually because of miscommunic...

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