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Did you know that in 2017, some 799 fatalities occurred in and around roadway work zones, and 129 resulted in pedestrian fatalities? According to data published by the National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse, hundreds of fatalities occur each and every year in and around roadway work zones across our Country. Others have estimated that on average, a work zone crash occurred once every 5.4 minutes. Every day, 70 work zone crashes occurred that resulted in at least one injury.  On average, three fatalities each work day happen in highway construction areas nationwide. workzone

 

Fatalities and other catastrophic injuries often occur when there are unsafe traffic and pedestrian detours near a work zone.

 

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As motorcycles become more popular throughout the United States, there are more riders on the road. More motorcycles can raise the probability that you or someone you love may be involved in a motorcycle accident. As a motorcycle owner, it is important to understand what types of insurance you should have on your motorcycle and what is and is not covered.motorcycles4da5-750-562-300x225

Types of Insurance for a Motorcycle

In the State of New Hampshire, motorcycle insurance coverage is not mandated by the law. As experienced motorcycle accident lawyers and motorcyclists,  we highly encourage all motorcyclists to carry full coverage insurance on their motorcycle. If you do not maintain sufficient insurance coverage and are seriously injured in a motorcycle accident, your medical bills may not be fully covered by insurance.

Full Coverage Insurance

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Divorce is a particularly confusing and difficult time for all families and parties involved. It can be even more confusing when plans, especially future financial plans, now have to be agreed upon and settled in court. For example, you are not thinking about the repercussions of divorce when you are planning and saving for your child to go to college. What does divorce law in New Hampshire say about assisting your spouse (and adult children) with college expenses after you are no longer married to the other parent? planning-for-college-expenses-after-divorce-300x119

Does New Hampshire Law Order a Parent to Pay for a Child’s College Expenses?

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Getting pulled over is never fun, but getting pulled over because a police officer simply suspected that you driving while intoxicated (DWI) is not only not fun, it may be illegal. Law enforcement officers in the state of New Hampshire are trained to use DWI/DUI Detection procedures that are set forth by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The DWI Detection process involves evidence based phases in determination of whether or not an individual may be arrested for a suspected DWI violation. There are three phases to the DWI detection process:police-300x147

  • Phase One – Vehicle in Motion;
  • Phase Two – Personal Contact; and
  • Phase Three – Pre ‐arrest Screening

The question must be asked: Can an officer in New Hampshire pull me over just because he suspected I was driving while intoxicated?

Police Officers Pulling Over a Suspected Drunk Driver in New Hampshire

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Being involved in a car accident can be a terrifying and confusing experience, but one thing to keep in mind is that victims of a car accident in the State of New Hampshire have legal options. After an auto accident, your adrenaline may be rushing and you may not notice any immediate injuries, but it is essential that you go to the hospital after you have been involved in a car accident. That being said, exactly what steps should you take after a car accident? Unless you are seriously injured, of course, you should take the following steps after a car accident:car-accidents-1-300x206

  • “Document the name, address, telephone number, driver’s license number and insurance information of the other driver;
  • Write down the make, model, and license plate number of each car involved;
  • Collect the name, address and phone number of any witness who observed the accident. Oftentimes, witness information is critical to establishing fault;
  • Find out the investigating police officer’s name and ask how to obtain a copy of the police report; and
  • If possible, photograph the accident scene or draw a diagram of how the accident happened along with the final resting places of the vehicles, before they are moved or towed from the scene.”

Medical Attention After an Auto Accident

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The rate of auto accidents in the United States is staggeringly high. There are too many drivers on the roads that have tendencies toward aggressive and distracted driving. However, the fact that car accidents are common does not mean that they are harmless. Auto accidents can be very costly, now and in the future. In the state of New Hampshire, victims of car accidents have legal options, but at what point exactly do you need an attorney to file a personal injury claim after a car accident? Car-Accident-300x200

What To Do After a Car Accident in New Hampshire

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Divorce is a difficult process and the lives of those involved is often in a state of upheaval. The process only becomes more stressful when dealing with the division of property and financial assets. Unfortunately, divorce proceedings can be very lengthy. When there are significant assets involved it is essential to have an attorney that is experienced in handling divorces involving high assets.hiding-assets-300x200

While you may want to believe the best about your soon-to-be-ex-spouse, divorce often brings out the worst in people and may cause them to do something extreme—like hide assets. At Tenn And Tenn, P.A. we know what to look for and understand the difficulty of such a life changing situation. We handle all of the details of your divorce, with the utmost of discretion and care, to ensure an equitable outcome in your case.

Is a Financial Affidavit Required in New Hampshire?

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When you are arrested for a DUI/DWI in the State of New Hampshire you have requirements that must be performed after your initial arrest. After being arrested, you typically required to do a blood or breath test, typically at a police station without any right to speak with a DUI attorney. At that point, after being charged with a DUI in New Hampshire, you face two battles:dui-charges-300x169

  • Criminal prosecution in state court; and
  • The potential administrative suspension of your driver’s license.

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Auto accidents can cause a multitude of injuries. Some of the injuries caused by car accidents may not be immediately apparent as they are injuries that you may not be able to see, but have more “silent” symptoms, so to speak. Often, the type of injury you suffer may depend on the severity of the accident in which you have been involved, but that is not always the case. A few examples of common injuries that you may suffer due to an auto accident are as follows:https://www.nhlegalblog.com/files/2018/12/concussion.x71398-300x207.jpg

  • Brain injuries;
  • Back injuries;
  • Broken bones;
  • Neck injuries; and
  • Emotional distress.

Brain injuries are particularly dangerous because our brains play possibly the most vital role as our body’s control center. There is one very common brain injury caused by auto accidents—a concussion; however, when a brain injury such as a concussion occurs, there are some little-known signs that this brain injury has occurred of which we should all be aware.

Brain Injuries or Concussions After an Auto Accident

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Over the weekend a pistol, pepper spray, a pregnant woman, and two vehicles were all a part of a road rage incident that still has police trying to sort out what actually happened. The incident began in Brattleboro, Vermont where a pregnant woman states that a man in a Subaru Forester threw a bottle at her Honda Civic. The dispute spilled over into Hinsdale, New Hampshire where witnesses say the cars stopped and the drivers argued. At this point, the woman returned to her car and allegedly rammed her car into the man’s car.roadrageainPhoto-300x200

The driver of the Subaru got out of the car and began to walk toward the pregnant woman when she noticed a pistol at his hip. As far as police know, the man kept the pistol holstered. Nevertheless, upon approach, the pregnant woman noticed the man’s pistol and retrieved her pepper spray and sprayed the man in the face.

The man declined medical treatment at the scene, but the woman was taken to the hospital. She was treated and released. The police have yet to file charges as they are still trying to determine the facts of the situation.

Simple Assault in New Hampshire

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