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

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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…

Nashua Car Accident Client Asks: My Health Insurance Paid My Medical Bills, Am I Still Entitled to a Settlement?

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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 explain…

Enhanced Compensatory Damages

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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 j…

Damages for Pain and Suffering?

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Nashua Client Wonders: Can I Recover Damages for Pain and Suffering? One of the most elusive concepts in personal injury law is “pain and suffering.” Typically, a victim of negligence will have…

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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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