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April 2014 Archives

Motorcycle accident in New Hampshire leads to injuries

A motorcycle accident can be deadly, but for some victims, their injuries, while substantial, don't result in their deaths. However, the medical expenses can be astronomical in such accidents, and the financial strain of loss wages can be significant. If you've been injured because a driver was being negligent or was under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you may be able to seek compensation to help you pay for medical bills or other needs you have in New Hampshire. This case is a perfect example of a driver who may not have made sure the roads were clear before pulling out in front of a motorcyclist, and that resulted in a serious motorcycle accident with multiple injuries.

New Hampshire police K-9 bites woman unprovoked

Being bitten by an animal leaves a lot of questions unanswered, and you may be worried about what will happen to you or your loved one next. Will you suffer from diseases? Will you need surgery to repair your injuries? It's important to seek medical treatment, but it's equally as important to make sure you are compensated for your injuries. In this case from April 14, a woman bitten by a police K-9 in training had to seek medical attention for her wounds.

Man airlifted to New Hampshire hospital following car accident

This accident that took place near New Hampshire in Rutland, Vermont, may be similar to yours, so it may be of interest to you. When you're hurt in a car accident, you shouldn't have to worry about bills; when it's not your fault, you should be able to seek compensation. This case resulted in multiple people being injured, but at least one person should have the right to seek payments from the at-fault driver.

A reduction in car accidents hoped if cellphones are banned

Have you ever answered a call while driving? Maybe you texted at a stop light. Either way, you may not be able to in the future, because it may be seen as negligence. With the high rate of car accidents around New Hampshire and the United States, many people have talked about restricting cellphone usage while driving.

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