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November 2014 Archives

Your rights after a rear-end collision in New Hampshire

If you've been in a rear-end car accident, then you know that even though your car may not have been badly damaged, you still can be severely hurt. Heading to the hospital immediately following a crash, you may not have had time to speak with anyone about how your care will be paid for. Will insurance cover it? What should you do about the negligent driver who hit you?

You have the right to workers' compensation in New Hampshire

Workers' compensation was created to provide you, a worker, with protection against the financial implications of injuries at work. Your employer has the responsibility to buy this insurance, so if you are injured, you should have access to it and be able to claim for it whenever you're hurt.

New Hampshire student struck at crosswalk near his college

A New Hampshire student was recently struck by a car on Main Street at Keene State College on Oct. 30. The student, a 21-year-old male, had been crossing the street at a crosswalk at the time of the accident, according to witnesses at the scene. At the time of the accident, a 24-year-old woman had been driving a vehicle when she failed to stop and crashed into the man.

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