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February 2015 Archives

What does a wrongful death lawsuit require in New Hampshire?

Living through the death of someone you're close to can be difficult, especially if the death was sudden. In some cases, as a family member, you may be wondering what you can do about outstanding bills and lost wages; these financial difficulties add to your stress, and you wouldn't be faced with them if the negligence of someone else hadn't resulted in your loved one's death.

Executive enters plea in fatal New Hampshire crash from 2013

If you remember a previous blog discussing a man who was trying to commit suicide when he struck and killed several people in a car accident, the case has once again come to the media's attention. The man, a former executive, has entered a guilty plea in the case. The executive has admitted to killing a pregnant woman, her unborn child and her fiance when he struck them with his pickup truck in New Hampshire. This case is important because it has followed the situation of a man who was potentially trying to kill himself but instead, left others dead in his wake; it speaks volumes about letting those with mental troubles go unaided and shows the importance of vigilance on the roadways.

What to do if you were bitten by a dog in New Hampshire

If you've been bit by a dog belonging to a neighbor or other person, then you may need to seek medical attention. If the dog wasn't tagged or you don't know which vaccines it's received, then you're in a position where you may have to have ongoing medical care for months to make sure you don't fall ill. Who is going to cover that cost? The owner of that animal should in most cases.

What is a hearing for workers' compensation?

When you apply for workers' compensation, there's a chance you'll need to go to a hearing. These requests aren't common, but if you receive one, the notice will explain why. For instance, if it's been reported that you were not cooperative with vocational rehabilitation, then you may have to attend a hearing that attempts to show how you were not complying with the workers' compensation requirements.

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