New Hampshire is a small U.S. state but has quite a few roads crossing it. As a result, the Granite State is the location of several motor vehicle accidents every month. Many are the results of chance accidents, while others may be caused by distracted driving or reckless behavior on the road.
When is it safe to be around a dog? Under ideal circumstances, dogs are always well-trained and the humans around them are respectful of their limits. Unfortunately, that's not always the situation, and misunderstandings can devolve into injuries very easily. New Hampshire is home to several attacks by domesticated animals every year.
Workers in dangerous jobs and industries are often facing the risk of injury on site. The state's promise of workers' compensation in the case of trauma or illness caused by work conditions keeps spirits up when times get tough. But some employers are trying to get around their responsibilities.
It's always hard to deal with death. It's especially hard when you don't see it coming and when someone else may be responsible. Although it is often hollow comfort, financial damages can help with recovery.
Although the noise of the engine would suggest otherwise, motorcycles can sneak up on the drivers of car, trucks and buses. New Hampshire's mountains and coastal hills have a lot of winding roads where high speeds are inadvisable in the best of circumstances. In springtime, when more bikers take to the road, the time to take extra care for the two-wheeled vehicles has come.