A dog is a man's best friend, but a badly treated or threatened dog can become any person's worst nightmare instantly. Hundreds of adults and a disturbingly large number of children are bitten by dogs each year. And the danger does not stop at the immediate trauma to bone and muscle.
Workers' compensation has been a guarantee to ease the minds of employees, especially in dangerous jobs, for more than a century. New Hampshire's citizens have learned to expect fair coverage of work-related health problems, and employers enjoy lower costs and insurance rates for workers' compensation than recent history. But the system is not perfect and some workers must fight for their rights.
If someone dies unexpectedly due to someone else's negligence or recklessness, it is a tragedy that often affects others. New Hampshire law restricts financial damages in some wrongful death cases, but a challenge has changed the state's approach to compensation.
The roads of New Hampshire must be safe for drivers, passengers and pedestrians to feel comfortable using them. Car owners must refrain from the temptation to drive too quickly, drive while texting or drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol to achieve this.