Vehicles are a part of American life and a huge part of the reason for the country's current development. Suburbs and interstate highway systems allow people to live further from major cities than they do elsewhere in the world.
A 36-year-old Rye native who most recently had been working as an attorney out of Chelsea, Massachusetts, lost her life in a truck accident along Interstate 95 in Portsmouth. The wreck occurred just after 6:40 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 7.
Being faced with the wrongful death of a loved one can be overwhelming. You might not know what to do, how to move on or how to ensure that your loved one's rights are protected even after death. That's where a wrongful death case can help. The relatives of a wrongful death victim can file a lawsuit seeking damages for the death. Let's take a look at those damages.
Just before 6:45 p.m., on Saturday, Dec. 23, a 19-year-old Methuen, Massachusetts, woman lost her life along I-93. After anxiously driving along an icy stretch of the highway, she decided to pull over into the interstate's right lane to switch drivers.
Dealing with death is something everyone has to endure in life. Dealing with the wrongful death of a family member or friend is something no one should have to endure during life. The sad fact of the matter is that wrongful death is part of life. No matter how the wrongful death occurred, coping with the loss can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you cope in Portsmouth.
The workplace should be a safe environment for all employees, even if they work in an inherently dangerous job like construction or the emergency services. When employees go to work in the morning, they should be confident that they will return home in one piece. Here are some important tips for avoiding a workplace accident in New Hampshire.
A Chinese restaurant's owner is facing up to $8,000 in fines and a total prison sentence of four years for serving three men too much to drink.
If you're female and you develop medical problems where the cause is not immediately obvious, you're likely to experience a sort of gender bias that you wouldn't expect until you've been there. You may find that neither the doctor nor the nurses you're dealing with take your pain or symptoms seriously simply because you're female.
Your loved one was killed during what you believe was a criminal act -- a car accident intentionally caused due to road rage. The person who allegedly carried out that act goes to court. On a technicality, though, he or she is not convicted.
The family of Michael Brown has settled a wrongful death lawsuit against the city of Ferguson, Missouri, the officer who shot and killed the teen and the Ferguson police chief.