A serious, debilitating personal injury in New Hampshire can leave a victim with pain, suffering, and life-altering hardships. And it may be impossible to earn a living at a time when expenses are mounting for medical, nursing and therapy care.
If your NH personal injury or disability resulted from the carelessness, recklessness or poor judgment of another person, a company or a group, that party may be liable for damages you incur, such as medical expenses and lost income.
If you were injured or disabled in an accident or other event due to the careless conduct of another, the NH law firm of Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. can help navigate the complex, confusing legal maze to file an insurance claim for financial compensation.
The good news is that, in many cases, the responsible party has insurance — such as business, home or automobile insurance — to cover such losses. The bad news is that these insurance companies often make it difficult for injured victims to receive adequate, equitable compensation from those plans.
While you may believe your infirmities are obvious, the insurance adjustors and attorneys working for the defense strive to find reasons to limit your settlement or deny your claim altogether. But the New Hampshire law firm of Wyskiel, Boc, Tillinghast & Bolduc, P.A. has highly skilled attorneys who know from experience what your case is likely to be worth. And we are prepared to take your case to court if that is what it takes to obtain the compensation you deserve.
When the opposing side realizes that you hired a highly effective, experienced injury law firm like ours to represent you, they will be more motivated to negotiate a satisfactory resolution rather than risk a long, costly court fight.
Bear in mind that like other states, New Hampshire has its own Statute of Limitations, which is a deadline for taking legal action for personal injury. If you do not initiate legal action within three years of the accident or incident that caused the injury, the opportunity to do so is lost forever.
So please do not hesitate to call on us for help. Since we offer a free consultation and accept personal injury and disability cases on a contingency fee basis, there is no up-front cost to our clients. We are proficient in English and Spanish, and if you cannot come to our office, we can visit you at your home to discuss your legal options.
Contact a New Hampshire personal injury attorney today
If you live in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont or Massachusetts and need the help of NH personal injury attorneys for any personal injury, workers compensation or Social Security Disability claim, please call us at 800.363.7186 or contact us online to arrange for a free initial consultation.