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Personal Injury and Insurance Law

You have the right to seek compensation for personal injuries you’ve suffered as a result of:

  • Automobile accidents
  • Swimming or boating accidents
  • Bus, train, or plane accidents
  • Snowmobile accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Construction accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Dog bites
  • Defective or dangerous products
  • Malpractice by a doctor, dentist, lawyer, accountant, or other professional
  • Someone’s intentional act
  • Workplace accidents


Your injuries may also have created insurance nightmares for you, causing you to struggle with your injuries and with paperwork:
  • Medical bills
  • Insurance disputes
  • Workers' compensation claims


The amount of recovery (compensation) you can obtain often depends upon:
  • the nature of the injury
  • the duration of the injury (permanent or short term)
  • your out of pocket costs (such as medical expenses, your loss of salary or wages, damage to property)
  • the residual impacts (such as an inability to engage in sports, for example)
  • the pain and suffering you incurred
  • and the skill and experience of your lawyer


Your life has already become more complicated as you deal with your injuries.  You don’t need to add to your stress by struggling to shoulder an unfair financial burden or complex claim procedures.  What you need is someone who is trained in this area and who can help you recover from this distressing predicament.

We will be happy to discuss your situation, advise you of your options, and handle the details for you.  We offer an initial free consultation, so you’ve got nothing to lose.  Contact us at (603) 434-3426 or have us contact youBut don’t wait . . . there are requirements for giving timely notice of your claim and/or "statutes of limitation" that require you to file suit within a certain time limit.  These limits vary greatly state by state and by type of matter.  If you don't give timely notice, you may forever lose your ability to obtain compensation for your injuries.