When an accident occurs on a highway, the injuries are usually more severe due to the higher speeds and larger trucks that occupy the road. At Boynton, Waldron, Doleac, Woodman & Scott, P.A., we understand the dangers involved with driving on Interstate 95 and other highways in New Hampshire. Our personal injury lawyers have been assisting clients in the Portsmouth community since 1920 and we have an extensive understanding of all the laws that pertain to your injuries.
Our Clients Come First.
If you have been hit by a semi truck or involved in a car accident on an interstate or highway in New Hampshire, it is important to discuss your injuries and financial losses with a highway accident lawyer. Our legal team can recover many types of damages, such as medical bill payments and lost wages, for you.
We understand the injuries a highway accident can cause. Our Interstate 95 attorneys are experienced at litigating in New Hampshire courts for our clients. We will put your needs first and fight to recover damages no matter what injury you may suffer from, including:
- Brain damage
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
Recovering from individuals who text while driving. More and more accidents occur every year on our highways due to people who use their cellphones while driving. Texting, using GPS and simply placing a call can all distract from obstacles in the road. Our highway injury lawyers understand the intricacies of proving the negligence of cellphone users who cause car accidents. You can rely on us to pursue the maximum damages for your personal injury claims.
Speak with a Portsmouth attorney who will fight for you. We represent victims of accidents on highways. In personal injury cases, the initial consultation is free. You will owe us nothing if we do not obtain compensation for you. Contact our firm for an appointment.
We represent clients in New Hampshire, Maine and northern Massachusetts. Regardless of the legal problem, you can benefit from the experience that comes from a century of service to our community.