You or someone you know has been hurt in an accident. The immediate focus, of course, is medical treatment. It doesn't matter if it was a slip and fall at a favorite New Hampshire hotspot, a car accident on the way home or toxic exposure from a chemical spill. A victim's primary job is to undergo whatever medical care is needed to physically recover. But the fact is there are often other details of the matter, especially if it was a preventable injury or one caused by someone else, that need careful scrutiny and documentation. That's where we come in.
Families and victims of accidents are sometimes faced with life-changing circumstances in an instant. All personal injury claims aren't devastating, but any time a person is hurt, adjustments to daily life must be made. There is often emotional upheaval that goes along with it. Allowing an experienced, understanding advocate to take up the reins of the investigation is one way to ease the burden.
If you are hurt by someone else's negligence, carelessness, deliberate action or error, you are entitled to seek compensation from that person. It can be a business or multiple parties who are ultimately found to be liable. The value in choosing this path is especially notable when injury affects the ability to work. Families need income to survive, and they will likely be faced with medical expenses as well. Childcare may become necessary, and transportation may need replacement. In some cases, injuries lead to permanent disability for which long-term provisions must be made.
As we point out on our personal injury information page, there are a wide variety of cases that can benefit from expert handling. It is always a victim's choice whether to hold someone accountable for his or her injury, pain and suffering. An honest, well-informed evaluation of the facts can help in making that decision.