Backus, Meyer & Branch, LLP
Personal Injury, Accidents or Work Injury
If you are injured
through no fault of your own but by someone else’s negligence,
New Hampshire law entitles you to recover various types of
Pain and Suffering:
Ordinarily, the most
“valuable” element of your bodily injury claim is the right to
compensation for physical pain and mental anguish you have
suffered and will endure in the future because of your injury.
These general damages are in addition to, and may be far
more, than the amount of your lost earnings and medical expenses.
The cost of all reasonable and
necessary medical expenses incurred and that are reasonably
certain to be incurred in the future because of your injury, are
If you have permanent
injuries, you are entitled to compensation for the loss of bodily
functions, permanent physical disabilities, and loss of enjoyment
of life that you would likely have had if the accident hadn’t
Wages, commissions, bonuses
and all other earnings and fringe benefits you lost because of
your injuries are recoverable.
Future Loss of Earnings:
If your injuries permanently
limit your earning ability, you may be entitled to
recover the value of the reduction in earning capacity.
Damages for “wrongful
death” are available for certain family members of the deceased
If the injury has caused
scarring or other unsightly marks, you may be entitled to recover
for the disfigurement and humiliation or embarrassment associated
with the disfigurement.
to Your Vehicle or Other Personal Property:
You are entitled to recover
the reasonable cost of restoring your vehicle to its condition
before the collision, or if it is a “total loss” you are
entitled to recover the full value of your vehicle before it was
addition you may recover the cost of substitute transportation
necessarily incurred while they are repairing your vehicle.
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DO ANYTHING UNTIL YOU SPEAK TO A LAWYER.
an injury claim takes experience…what to say, what not to say;
what to sign, if anything; when to attempt to settle; how much
your claim is worth, are some of the things that a skilled and
experienced professional can evaluate.
Our legal system allows you to recover full and fair money
compensation for your injuries.
Yet, each year many people recover far less compensation
than they’re entitled to receive. Please
don’t let this happen to you!
Protect yourself by speaking to an attorney!
There are rigid time deadlines which exist, in which to
make a claim for different types of injuries.
The failure to act timely could become a barrier to your
right to recover!
(Warning: Changes in the law concerning damages occur occasionally. You should consult with an Attorney with respect to these changes.)
Backus, Meyer & Branch, LLP, Attorneys at Law
116 Lowell Street, Manchester, NH 03105-0516
603-668-7272, 1-888-259-7272 FAX: 603-668-0730
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