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What if the insurance adjuster gives me a low offer?

Personal injury claims are complex, especially when you’re already grappling with the emotional and physical impact of an injury. At our New Hampshire personal injury law firm, we often encounter the troubling question, “What should I do if the insurance adjuster gives me a low-ball offer?” This is a genuine concern, requiring a comprehensive explanation. […]

Understanding Medical Release Forms: A Key Step in Personal Injury Claims

When pursuing a personal injury claim, one of the essential documents you will encounter is a medical release form. Often overlooked or misunderstood, a medical release form plays a pivotal role in your personal injury case. In this blog post, we will look into the significance of medical release forms, their functions, and provide you […]

How can I prove how serious my injuries are?

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How Can I Prove How Serious My Injuries Are As if suffering is serious injury from a car accident or another person‘s negligence isn’t bad enough, the entire personal injury legal process requires proving  the severity of your injuries.  The process of proving this can seem daunting, and it’s important that you have a legal […]

Is it best to get a personal injury attorney near me?

A wide range of circumstances and accident types are covered under personal injury claims. A neighbor’s dog might have bitten you, you slipped and fell on someone else’s property, or you might have been hurt in a car accident. All these are regarded as personal injuries, and the severity of your harm can significantly impact […]

What is a life care plan?

Personal injury lawyers use a life care plan when the victim does not make a complete recovery from the injury, and is expected to have substantial medical expenses in the future. The court can only issue one judgement, and the jury can only issue one verdict for damages, against a defendant. Therefore, if the plaintiff […]

What kinds of questions will they ask me at trial?

Honesty is essential while answering questions during trial. A witness must be trustworthy. Give concise answers and be confident in your answers. Keep in mind that you are not there to dispute. That is the lawyer’s responsibility. It is impossible to “win” at trial. The opposing lawyer has prepared his trial questions for hours. According […]

How do I answer interrogatories?

Interrogatories are questions sent by the opposing party to be answered under oath. They can be used in various types of cases – most frequently family law and civil litigation cases. You must respond to interrogatories in writing to the best of your ability. If you fail to accurately respond to an interrogatory question and […]

Should I accept a settlement or go to trial?

One of the most common questions we get is should I accept a settlement or go to trial and about whether a trial or settlement is better. Trials are frequently slower and more expensive than settlements. They are also more stressful for accident victims since they have to testify before a judge or listen to […]

Can you claim lost wages for self employment?

What Are Self-Employed Lost Wages? The terms “lost wages,” “lost income,” “lost compensation,” and “lost benefits” are all used to refer to the number of earnings and profits you would have made if you hadn’t been harmed. For example, recent profits, impending contracts, lost company possibilities, and lost goodwill are included in these earnings. Keep […]

How do I pay for my personal injury lawyer?

How Do I Pay For My Injury Lawyer? Typically, the legal fees for representing a client in personal injury cases are removed from the ultimate personal injury settlement in the client’s case—or the damages award after a successful verdict, in the rare circumstance that the client’s case makes it to a court trial. If the […]

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