Ski Accident Liability in New Hampshire

Ski Accident Liability in New Hampshire
New Hampshire’s ski industry is a major part of the state’s economy.  On a yearly basis, the industry can bring as much as one billion dollars into the state.  Ski resorts dot New Hampshire from th…

Limited Representation Attorneys

Limited Representation Attorneys
This blog is intended for informational use only. The information contained herein should not be construed as offering legal advice or a legal opinion. Anyone who has had a need to talk with or em…

Safely Having Fun in New Hampshire

Safely Having Fun New Hampshire
New Hampshire is a great place to have some outdoor fun.  Depending on the season, you may enjoy hiking, boating, snowmobiling, or perhaps cross-country skiing.  The Thanksgiving storm was an early…

Summer Safety Tips

Summer Safety Tips to Avoid Personal Injury
Accidents are defined as events that happen unexpectedly without apparent or deliberate cause.  Sometimes accidents do happen, and no one is to blame or be held legally liable.  This does not mean,…

Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? Part 4: Who Do I Sue And When?

Personal Injury Lawyer - Gavel and old clock
In Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series, I highlighted some of the difficulties in proving a personal injury case.  In this final blog of the series, I will describe some of the ancillary …

Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? Part 3: Damages & What Is Recoverable.

medical bills, personal injury, law
When someone is injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or other accident, and wants the person(s) who injured them to pay them money, the injured person must prove four (4) things:  dut…

Time for Change: 2014 NH Law Changes

Recreational Rides In New Hampshire
It is 2014 and that means that new laws take effect in New Hampshire.  One change is that the speed limit on Interstate 93 has now increased from 65 mph to 70 mph starting between exits 17 and 18 t…

Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? Part 2: Proving Causation

Car Accident
Personal injury cases, sometimes referred to by lawyers as tort cases, require proof of four (4) things: a duty to act in an reasonable way; a breach of that duty; that the breach of that duty caus…

Why Do I Need A Personal Injury Lawyer? Part 1: There Are Many Types Of Tort Cases

When a person is injured (physically and/or emotionally), their legal cause of action is generally classified as a “tort.” All personal injury (tort) law suits involve the same basic legal elements…

What To Do When Involved In A Slip & Fall Accident

Slip and fall cases are one of the hardest kinds of personal injury cases to win. Injured plaintiffs must show not only that the property owner/tenant had a legal duty (responsibility) to preve…


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