Categories for Personal Injury




Medical Bills After a Car Accident

April 14, 2018 by Leave your thoughts

Many people wonder how to pay for medical bills after a car accident. Should it be health insurance, car insurance, or the other driver’s insurance? Or should you just wait until the other driver’s insurance company finally pays before paying the medical bills? These are complicated questions and the right answer can vary by case. Medical Payments Coverage Medical payments...

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Strict Time Limits for Suing a Ski Resort

August 12, 2015 by

Deborah and Matthew Hogan were skiing at Pat’s Peak when they fell from a ski chairlift and were injured.  They wanted to sue the resort for their injuries but New Hampshire has a very strict law that says if you want to sue a ski resort, you must send the resort notice of your injuries within 90 days by certified letter....

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What happens when you get hurt at work?

March 27, 2015 by

Workplace injuries are given unique treatment under the law. If a person is injured while not at work, and someone else is responsible, the victim can sue the at-fault party. One of the most common examples is in the case of a car accident that is caused by the negligence of another driver. The injured driver can recover compensation for...

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Which household members are covered by your homeowner’s insurance?

December 22, 2014 by Leave your thoughts

In the case of Susan R. White v Vermont Mutual Insurance Company, the NH Supreme Court had occasion to comment on when an adult child could be considered a household resident entitling coverage under the parent’s insurance policy. Susan White held a homeowner’s insurance policy from Vermont Mutual. Ms. White owned a home in Moultonborough and a home in Florida....

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