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How To Prove That Distracted Driving Caused A Crash

Date: January 4, 2018

An allegation that another driver was distracted is not enough to prove that distracted driving caused a car crash. If the police officer suspects that a driver is alcohol-impaired, the officer can have the driver take a breathalyzer test. But how can you…

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So Why is it Called an “Accident” Anyway?

Date: November 28, 2017

We all know that words have meaning. Choose the right word and everyone knows what you mean. But use the wrong word, usually by mistake, and you cause confusion and misunderstanding.  We've all done this. We'll say or write a word and then…

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New Hampshire Bicycle Accident Attorneys: Bike Accidents

Date: October 26, 2017

New Hampshire bicycle accident attorneys

Recreational bicycle riding has long been popular in New Hampshire. The number of people commuting by bicycle has been increasing in recent years. For road bikers, many communities are creating bike lanes in roadways. Old railroad beds are being reclaimed for those who…

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Resolving your New Hampshire personal injury case

Date: September 21, 2017

Manchester personal injury lawyers

There are a number of different ways to resolve your New Hampshire personal injury case. They include:  Settlement negotiated between your attorney and the insurance adjuster  Trial  Mediation  Arbitration  Summary jury trial Settlement Negotiated Between the Attorneys In many cases, after discovery is complete,…

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What are Wrongful Death Lawsuits?

Date: April 17, 2017

What are the Rights of a Family Following a Loved One's Wrongful Death? At the NH personal injury law firm of Manning & Zimmerman, we are often asked by family members what legal rights they have if a loved one dies as the…

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