Jan 23, 2011

YOU MAY BE ENTITLED TO PERMANENT IMPAIRMENT COMPENSATION

If you have suffered a work-related injury, you may be entitled to permanent impairment compensation under New Hampshire statutory law, and you may pursue your permanent impairment award years after the injury occurred.

Oct 03, 2010

Justice Delayed New Hampshire Court System

Several attorneys filed suit against the State recently to try to obtain proper funding for our judicial system.  It is broken and I could not sit idly by and let it be gutted by excessive legislative budget cuts so I …

Sep 21, 2010

MEDIATION: WILL IT SETTLE MY CASE?

Mediation is a type of “alternative dispute resolution.” Simply put, it is a formalized method by which you attempt to settle your lawsuit before going to trial. It is often confused by lawpersons with arbitration, which is an alternative form of trial judges rather than an actual judge and jury.

Aug 12, 2010

JUSTICE DELAYED IS JUSTICE DENIED

Budget cuts have left the entire court system in New Hampshire at a dangerous point that is hurting victims. Because state budget cuts have eliminated judges and court staff, jury trials have been cancelled and cases take longer to move through the system.

Jul 23, 2010

PROTECT YOUR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION BENEFITS

You fall down and injure your hand at work. You report the work injury to your employer, as you know you must. You expect that your employer will file the necessary report with the New Hampshire Department of Labor. Weeks …

Jul 23, 2010

SHOULD YOU SETTLE YOUR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION CASE – PART II

Employees who suffer a permanent loss of use of a body part as a result of a work-related injury are also entitled to receive a permanent impairment award. The amount of the permanent impairment award is determined by the following …

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