A Tenacious Advocate For The Injured
Personal injury law is about holding liable parties responsible for the harm that their negligence causes others. If you or a loved one has experienced an injury, you may not realize right away that someone else’s negligence played a part in the incident. An experienced personal injury attorney can help you get to the bottom of what happened, identify your rights, and pursue your legal options for obtaining financial compensation for your damages.
I can help you. With more than 20 years of experience in civil law, I understand the many complex rules regarding negligence, liability, and compensation. I am prepared to negotiate, mediate and litigate in order to make sure you are fully compensated for your injury-related costs as well as your pain and suffering.
More Than 20 Years Of Personal Injury Experience
I dedicate my New Hampshire practice to pursuing justice on behalf of injury survivors and the loved ones of wrongful death victims, including those harmed in:
- Motor vehicle accidents
- Mass transit accidents
- Premises liability
- Dog bites
- Sexual assault civil suits
- Negligent security
- Catastrophic injuries
- Wrongful death
If someone’s negligence or failure to uphold their duty of care resulted in an injury, you have the right to seek compensation for your medical expenses, your pain and suffering, your lost wages and more. Before signing your rights away by accepting a settlement, let me ensure your best interests are being served.
Do I Have A Personal Injury Case?
Not every accident or injury results in an actionable case in which you can collect damages. There are several requirements that you must first meet:
- A person or entity had the duty to perform an act or not to perform an act
- The person or entity did not uphold this duty
- Because they did not uphold their duty, you suffered an injury
- Your injury resulted in monetary damages
When you sit down with me, we can discuss the details of your situation and identify potentially liable parties. I will let you know whether you have grounds to seek compensation, answer your questions and make sure you are prepared for the road ahead.
Don’t Delay – There Is A Statute Of Limitations
It is always best to seek legal counsel as soon as possible. There are deadlines by which you must file a lawsuit. If you miss this deadline, you lose your right to seek compensation. Also of great importance is preserving evidence. With each passing day, month or year that you fail to pursue your claim, the risk that evidence will disappear and eyewitness memories will fade increases.
Contact Me Today For A Free Initial Consultation
You should not have to shoulder the burden of someone else’s negligence. I am the experienced advocate you need to help you achieve a fair outcome that makes you whole again. Please call 603-413-6677 or send me an email to schedule a completely free initial consultation.