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New Hampshire Sobriety Checkpoints and Roadblocks

Posted by Richard E. Clark | May 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

A. The Supreme Court of New Hampshire stated that the validity of a sobriety checkpoint depends upon two factors: (1) whether it is more effective at advancing the public interest than other, less intrusive means; and (2) whether its value outweighs the degree of intrusion it involves. (State of ...

What is my personal injury worth?

Posted by Richard E. Clark | May 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

A. It depends on many factors. Some not listed here. It is well settled an injured party, the Plaintiff, is entitled to be compensated for all his damages. Bixby v. Dunlap, 56 N.H. 456 (1876). New Hampshire law “does not require that damages be calculated with mathematical certainty, the method u...

Why should I hire a personal injury lawyer in NH?

Posted by Richard E. Clark | Feb 16, 2011 | 0 Comments

A: An insurance company is in the business of making money. The less they pay you, the more profit they will make. A good percentage of people just take what they offer. They have no benefit in paying more when some take a percentage of what their case is worth.Inevitably trying to negotiate an o...

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