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Do I need a lawyer for a personal injury claim?

If you have been involved in a motor vehicle accident and sustained an injury because of someone else’s negligence, you need a personal injury lawyer who will work to get the compensation you deserve. Our Manchester NH personal injury lawyers are experienced in tort law, which determines if a duty [...]

June 3rd, 2020|Categories: Blog|

Should I talk to the other driver’s insurance company after an accident?

It is always best to let your insurance company handle all matters directly with the other insurance company involved in an accident claim. You are not required to discuss any details of the claim with the other insurance company. This is especially important when there are personal injury claims. It [...]

May 27th, 2020|Categories: Blog|

NH Supreme Court Clarifies Duty of Snow Removal Contractors

The NH Supreme Court has reversed the most recent in a line of superior court decisions that had significantly limited a snow removal contractor’s duty to third parties.  Applying a very narrow interpretation of Section 324A(b) of the Restatement (Second) of Torts, some NH superior courts had held that a [...]

October 20th, 2019|Categories: News|

New Hampshire Supreme Court Upholds Summary Judgment for Horse Farm Owner Based on Statute (RSA 508:19) Granting Immunity to those engaged in Equine Activities

A minor plaintiff, who had been taking riding lessons from an experienced equestrian and horse farm owner, arranged to have a “free ride”, without any supervision, on a horse she had successfully ridden before.  Unfortunately, she fell from the horse when attempting to dismount.  The horse then stepped on her, [...]

June 18th, 2019|Categories: News|

Taking the Bite out of Defendant Shopping

In a recent decision in Lamarre v. Rando-Ellis, et al., No. 226-2018-CV-00047, the Hillsborough Superior Court, Southern District (Temple, J.), affirmed the limitations of a landlord's duty of care relative to attacks on third parties by a tenant's dog.  Rando-Ellis lived by herself at a home owned by her mother [...]

June 18th, 2019|Categories: News|


ARE GENERAL CONTRACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR INJURIES TO EMPLOYEES OF SUBCONTRACTORS FOR SOMETHING OUTSIDE THEIR CONTROL? Grady v. Jones Lang Lasalle Construction Company, Inc., No. 2017-0371 (Aug. 8, 2018) In a fact-dependent decision, the New Hampshire Supreme Court declined to impose a duty of care to provide supervision, training, or safety [...]

August 24th, 2018|Categories: News|