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…

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”:…

Possible Lawsuit: Could Cincinnati Zoo Be Sued Over Incident with Gorilla and Child?

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Over the Memorial Day weekend, the Internet was abuzz with the story of Harambe the Gorilla, who was shot and killed by workers at Ohio’s Cincinnati Zoo after an incident where a four-year old boy …

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Potential Problems After Auto Accident

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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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