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Tenn-car-crash-300x225With thousands of drivers on New Hampshire roads every day, car accidents are bound to happen. And even though auto safety technology is improving every year with sensors to tell you if another car is in your blind spot and automatic emergency braking systems, the number of car accidents that happen continues to rise steadily. According to a study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and reported by Safer America, traffic accidents cost almost $900 billion every year. Continue reading →

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Speeding-Kills-in-NH-300x219Speeding kills. There’s no way to get around the possibility of an auto accident no matter how difficult it is for you as the driver to lighten your foot off the pedal. A 27-year old, Christopher Wadleigh of Hampton, unfortunately realized this in a recent fatal car accident in Candia. Continue reading →

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Driver-On-Drugs-300x223When you get into your car and drive, you’re probably not thinking that before you arrive at your destination, a driver may hit you. After you’ve been hit, it would make sense that you’re dealing with shock, confusion, or other strong emotions. You probably aren’t asking yourself if the other driver was under the influence of marijuana, medicine, or other drugs. Continue reading →

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Large-Vehicles-on-Narrow-Roads-294x300Narrow roads can be found throughout all types of areas, whether you are in the city, the country, or a residential area. Each of these areas has specific challenges that arise and can increase the danger for vehicles sharing the road with the trucks, rigs, or other types of large vehicles.

Narrow Country Roads

Narrow country roads can be especially dangerous when large vehicles are using them as throughways. Many country roads are curved and winding, creating an even greater visibility challenge and causing maneuverability challenges for the driver of the large vehicle. Additionally, the road’s narrowness (and often, absence of a shoulder) might make it impossible for an oncoming vehicle to pass safely. If the country roads are gravel or dirt, this magnifies the danger of the situation, as traction becomes more of a challenge.

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Car-Crash-Pre-Existing-Condition-300x186Nobody plans on having a car accident; however, in New Hampshire, there were 101 traffic fatalities in 2019. Between 2015-2019, Hillsborough County had the second-highest unrestrained fatal crash count (46) in New Hampshire. 2019 also saw nearly 7,000 injury crashes throughout the Continue reading →

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Compensatory-Damages-300x209If you have ever been injured due to someone else’s fault, you know even a small injury can result in medical bills that you should not be held responsible for paying. The at-fault party or liable party should be held responsible. But when the evidence is lacking, making the responsible party pay for all your damages can be difficult.

At Tenn And Tenn, PA, our personal injury attorneys are committed to getting you fair and just compensation for your personal injury, whether it was caused by a car accident, motorcycle accident, boat accident, bicycle accident, truck accidentslip and fall accident, or Continue reading →

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Car-Collision-with-Motorcyclists-300x232A few days ago a New Hampshire married couple, both 59 years old, was injured after a car driven by a 19-year old collided with their motorcycle in Casco. Adam White suffered non life-threatening injuries while his wife, a passenger on his motorcycle –suffered serious injuries and was flown to Central Main Medical Center. The driver of the car that collided with the Continue reading →

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Local-News-Accident-300x268On Sunday, July 28, 2019, an elderly man drove through a railroad crossing barrier and instantly collided with an Amtrak train in Newton, New Hampshire. A video of the incident shows that the driver of the car drove straight through the crossing barrier Continue reading →

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New-to-Riding-225x300As the weather warms, we know new motorcycle riders are anxious to get on the roads and test out their new bikes. Before you do, though, we have compiled some basic things you should know before you do. Continue reading →

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What-the-NHTSA-Says-About-Motorcycle-Safety-300x200Enjoying the “freedom of the road” on a motorcycle, unfortunately, does not come “free.” According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclists are 27 times as likely to be killed in a motorcycle or vehicle crash than car passengers. And even if you aren’t a motorcycle rider or you are one but have never been involved in a crash, society as a whole pays for over three-quarters of crash costs through insurance premiums, taxes, and congestion-related costs. In Continue reading →

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