• General FAQs

    Should I pursue an injury claim?

    Not every injury is appropriate for a personal injury lawsuit and some claims can be handled quickly without the help of a lawyer. With that said, research shows that people receive greater compensation for their injuries when they do work with a law firm. The NH injury attorneys at the Granite State Injury Help Center can discuss the details of your claim and help you decide how to proceed.

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  • Automotive FAQs

    What should I do if I am involved in an accident?

    If you are unable to immediately meet with an attorney, it is important that you do not admit any fault or sign anything (i.e. forms from an insurer) in order to preserve your rights. If possible, you should take photos of any injuries and/or damage to your vehicle. Keep copies of any medical records or bills and make records of any related expenses.

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  • Dog/Animal Bite FAQs

    I was recently attacked by a dog. Should I contact a lawyer or can I just deal with the insurance company on my own?

    Pursuing compensation from an insurance company without the guidance of an experienced New Hampshire dog bite lawyer places you at a huge disadvantage in the negotiating process. Studies show that victims represented by experienced attorneys generally receive higher return compensation than those paid to victims who represent themselves.

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  • Product Liability FAQs

    What if I was injured while using a product in a way that was not originally intended by the manufacturer?

    This concept is known as "foreseeable misuse." Manufacturers are required to anticipate the real world use of their products and can be held responsible for this. Foreseeable misuse also includes foreseeable product modifications made by the consumer.

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  • Sexual Harassment FAQs

    What is sexual harassment?

    In legal terms, sexual harassment is an unwelcome sexual advance or conduct on the job that creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive working environment. Sexually harassing behavior can range from repeated offensive or belittling jokes to outright sexual assault.

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