In New Hampshire, car accidents affect families all the time; even if the crashes aren't fatal, they can lead to high costs in medical bills, a loss of wages and other financial implications.
Medical malpractice is probably the last thing you were expecting to have to deal with when your loved one went in for a surgery or medical exam. For the most part, doctors and surgeons know what they're doing and provide the best possible care to their patients. Unfortunately, some medical providers are neglectful or distracted, and that can lead to accidents and injuries or even a wrongful death.
Whether you're bitten by a pet or stray that has escaped from its owner, bites aren't something to take lightly. Even healthy, vaccinated pets can cause serious harm when biting, including damage to your tissues, bacterial infections and other diseases. Owners are held liable for their pets attacking, so your attorney can speak to you about getting the compensation you need from the person who owns the animal that attacked you. In the meantime, here are some common questions about animal bites.
Drivers who choose to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol put others at risk of serious injuries or death. These drivers can't respond quickly if a hazard is in the roadway, and they often make mistakes that can lead to their own injuries as well as harm coming to others. Those who are hit by a drunk driver, or the families of those people, may choose to file a claim for the driver's negligence.