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The pathophysiology of animal bites: Why you should be concerned

Dogs are not the only domestic or wild animal that can bite a human and cause serious injury. While dog bites are certainly the most prevalent bite, feline bites can also cause serious injury as can ferret and rodent bites. Despite warnings against it, many people choose to make pets of more exotic animals as well, which is why it is important to learn more about various types of animal bites.

Are there laws about rabies or dogs in heat in New Hampshire?

When you're out riding your bike or walking with your family in New Hampshire, the last thing you're expecting to have to deal with is a stray dog. Most of the time, stray dogs are pets that have gotten off their leashes or out of their yards, and they're more than likely friendly. Sometimes, though, the animals are scared or aggressive, and that can be dangerous for you and your loved ones.

35-car crash in New Hampshire leaves many injured

Being hit by a vehicle can leave you in a state of confusion, pain and suffering. When you're in a major accident, you could be impacted multiple times, putting you and the people in your vehicle at risk of being badly hurt or killed. Those in New Hampshire who have been in an accident like this one are aware of just how bad an accident can become when you combine driver negligence with poor weather.

Get compensation for your crash in New Hampshire

Hit-and-run accidents, along with rear-ending collisions, can leave you and your loved ones with injuries that take time to heal. You could be left with medical bills and property damage that you'll have to pay for. After your car accident, you have the right to look into a civil lawsuit, which could help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

Dog bites result in child's injuries

If you have been attacked by a dog, you probably want someone to pay for your pain and suffering. In many cases, the dog in question will be quarantined and may even be put down. Particularly violent cases aren't common in New Hampshire, but violent animals can attack anywhere, resulting in dog bites or other injuries.

2-car accident leads to injuries in New Hampshire

There are plenty of ways you can get into accidents on the road, whether it's due to someone else's negligence or poor weather conditions. In this case, the victims of a car accident have had to endure pain and suffering along with time in the hospital while they received treatment for their injuries. The Feb. 18 report states that the two who were injured were a married couple driving on Route 10/Keene Road.

'Honey Boo Boo' family hurt in 2-car accident

If you've been involved in an accident, you may be facing difficult injuries that are emotionally and physically scarring, and you shouldn't be forced to pay for that. If your car accident resulted in the injury of you or your loved ones, you should consider your right to compensation. During times like these, compensation can help you stay afloat financially while you recover, so you won't have to stress over money.

Pit bull allegedly attacks and lunges at postal workers

Animal bites can be very serious. In this case, a pit bull has the U.S. Postal Service worried to the point that the employees aren't able to deliver mail when the dog is nearby. The post office claims that it can no longer deliver to Concord, New Hampshire's Cornell Street because of this feisty and dangerous dog.

Car accident occurs due to looking at a car accident

Paying attention on the road is important, and not many people would say this isn't true. A driver's negligence can quickly lead to accidents, even those that could have easily been avoided. Portsmouth, New Hampshire, readers may be interested in hearing about this local car accident. This car accident ironically happened because of a driver who was looking at another car accident, according to the news.

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