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Stept to take after a car accident in New Hampshire

What You Should Do After A Car Accident In New Hampshire

After a car accident things can be challenging.  But if you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident in New Hampshire there are important steps you should follow. We urge you to contact an established and reputable New Hampshire personal injury law firm immediately.   The Law Offices of Andrew D. Myers urge you not to wait […]

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Health Insurance Mergers & Consumers

Health Insurance Mergers & What it Means to Consumers

Top health insurance company Anthem agreed to take over Cigna for $48 billion in yet another major health insurance merger as of this writing. The Anthem-Cigna marriage follows Aetna’s agreement to buy Humana for $34 billion. While subject to regulatory review the deals accelerate the rapid streamlining of the U.S. health insurance industry. After these […]

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Ten Highway Dangers

Ten Highway Dangers that Cause Accidents

1.  Construction Zones Construction zones top the list of highway dangers.  What’s worse than sailing along at highway speed, coming upon a construction zone and having to hit the brakes to slow down for the bottleneck of reduced lanes. Good drivers fall into line. But there are always those who take advantage and try to go […]

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200 Legal Blog Posts

200 Legal Blog Articles: Personal Injury, Bankruptcy & More

We have now posted 200 legal blog articles at the Law Offices of Andrew D. Myers.  Blogging presents everyone with the opportunity to become part of the internet.  Here, though, we focus on the areas of the law that we practice, we know about and we care about. We often post information based on what you, our audience, […]

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Donald Trump: Lightening in a Bottle

Donald Trump: Lightning in a Bottle

Donald Trump, according to some, discovered lightning in a bottle. “His rise is not due to his supporters’ anger at government,  It is a gesture of contempt for government, for the men and women in Congress, the White House, the agencies.” Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal, p. A11, August 1, 2015. Trump, offending other candidates, infuriating […]

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What does Hands Free Mean

New Hampshire’s Hands Free Law

New Hampshire now bans using hand-held electronic devices, notably cell phones, while driving. The hands free law went into effect July 1, 2015. Thirteen other states including Vermont, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey already ban the use of electronic devices while driving. The New Hampshire law also bans cell phone use during brief stops […]

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Settlement of Personal Injury Cases and Statistics

Settlement of Personal Injury Cases: Settlement or Trial?

It is true that the majority of personal injury claims settle prior to trial? Great question.  Legal experts tell us that most personal injury cases settle before trial. But what are the real numbers on settlement of personal injury cases and who says? Only four to five percent of all personal injury cases in the United […]

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Motorcycle accidents & causes

Motorcycle Accidents: Causes and Statistics

Car accidents happen every day.  11 percent of all motor vehicle accidents involve motorcycles.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration also reports that motorcyclists are 35 times more likely to experience a fatal accident than those in passenger vehicles. While some believe most motorcycle accidents are caused by aggressive motorcycle operators, in fact most motorcycle […]

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Injuries While Watching Sports

Broken Baseball Bat Hits Fan: Spectator Injuries & The Law

On Friday June 5, 2015, Tonya Carpenter watches the Boston Red Sox from second row seats between home plate and third base at Fenway Park.  Her son and a friend accompany her.  In the second inning, Oakland Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie steps up to the plate, swings, makes contact with the ball and the bat snaps […]

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Negligent security law

Negligent Security: Property Owners Liable For Security Failure?

Two hockey fans get into a fight in a public restroom during a Boston Bruins game.  Can the one injured seriously sue the TD Boston Garden for failing to provide adequate security? A Superior Court judge in Boston faced that question and, not surprisingly, different versions of what happened.  The man injured claimed that, after an […]

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