Personal Injury

New Hampshire Personal Injury Lawyers

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Personal Injury Law refers to a type of tort law relating to injuries caused to an individual’s body, mind, property, or general rights. If you or a loved one have been hurt due to improper medical care, injured at work, disabled in an automobile or motorcycle accident or otherwise compromised by a third party, you may be able to make an actionable claim to recover damages. Here at Tenn And Tenn, P.A., one of New Hampshire’s most seasoned Personal Injury Law Firms, you can connect with experienced NH personal injury lawyers to help you secure a favorable jury verdict or settlement. Our Personal Injury attorneys have more than two decades of experience and have handled a wide range of injury cases from the most complicated of injury cases - including paralysis, amputation, and severe head injuries and death - to less serious injuries such as soft tissue injuries including neck and back strains. No matter the severity of your injury, our NH injury attorneys approach each claim with intensity, skill and an indomitable work ethic.

Since 1995, the New Hampshire personal injury attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. have been providing high caliber advocacy for clients involved in wrongful death, dog bite, auto accident, premises liability, construction accident, motorcycle accident and slip and fall matters. We know how to deal with complicated litigation, and we bring tremendous trial experience to the table. Experienced at litigation risk analysis, we can suggest the most proactive and rapid ways to maximize your recovery.

Statutes of limitation apply to personal injury claims. In many cases, you have up to three years from the date of an injury to file for damages. However, this time window can vary based on the circumstances of your case. Contact an experienced New Hampshire personal injury attorney at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. immediately to help protect your rights. Our toll-free injury helpline is 1.888.511.1010. All consultations are free of charge. Feel free to review our case results at http://www.tennandtenn.com/personal-injury-synopses.html

Remember to seek medical attention first if you have suffered an injury. Avoid discussing your matter with any investigators or insurance adjusters before you retain a lawyer to represent you. Be aware that written descriptions, signed forms, settlement agreements or even oral testimony that you give during this time can and may be used against you at some future date if you choose to pursue a New Hampshire personal injury lawsuit.

The New Hampshire Personal Injury Attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. are focused, aggressive and experienced advocates who have helped thousands of personal injury victims.

Tenn And Tenn P.A’s personal injury practice encompasses a wide range of legal areas, which include:

Automobile Accidents

Automobile accidents are common and costly. There are about six-million auto accidents in the country each year. There are approximately 15,000 in New Hampshire alone. Victims injured in an automobile crash may be entitled to recover compensation owed to them through a personal injury claim.

Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle accidents and the resulting injuries can be serious and cause the severe bodily injury. The attorneys at Tenn and Tenn, P.A. are motorcyclists themselves and have been representing injured motorcyclists for more than 20 years.

Boating Accident

The New England ocean coastline may be short, but New Hampshire has more than its share of lakes, ponds, and rivers. These bodies of water attract thousands of visitors every year, and see their share of boating accidents, which can lead to serious injuries.

Bicycle Accidents

Whether it be during a quick ride to work or on a long ride to train for a race, bicycle crashes can happen at any time. These crashes can lead to head, neck, leg, and spinal cord injuries – permanently altering a person’s life. Let our experienced injury lawyers help you recover if you have been struck on your bicycle.

Brain Injuries

It controls every movement, every thought, every body part, but if the brain is injured it can lead to lifelong issues, disability, and even death. Causes of brain injuries are numerous, and each situation is handled separately.

Bus Accident

A parent trusts that every time they put their child on a school bus in the morning the young student will make it to school safely. That is the case nearly every time, but there is the rare instance when a bus gets into an accident. We are here for you during those rare instances.

Construction Accidents

It seems no matter the time of year, the location, or time of day there is always some sort of construction happening. It is one of the most dangerous sectors of the economy, and can lead to very serious injuries.

Premises Liability

It might seem like a simple “slip and fall,” but there can be so much more to it than that. When a slip, trip, or fall happens on someone else’s property the owner or his insurance company can be held liable for compensation.

Spinal Cord Injuries

Spinal cord injuries can be one of the most serious of injuries and has wide-reaching, even devastating, consequences. These injuries can be caused by internal and external circumstances.

Tractor Trailer and Truck Accidents

Tractor trailers, construction vehicles, and other large, heavy machines are on the road with cars, bicycles, and pedestrians. When collisions occur the results can include lifelong disability, exorbitant medical bills, and sometimes paralysis or death.

Child Injuries

There is nothing worse than seeing your child get hurt. If it is due to the fault of someone else, you want justice and compensation immediately. Even uncomplicated injuries require the attention to detail that Tenn And Tenn P.A. can provide.

Wrongful Death

The loss of a friend or family member is devastating. The pain can be worse when the death is the result of an act of recklessness or negligence. It is important to have the compassionate, knowledgeable team from Tenn And Tenn, P.A. on your side.

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