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Injured by a New Hampshire Snow Plow This Winter?

Thousands of snowplow accidents occur every year especially in states with heavy snowfall during the winter season! In the state of New Hampshire alone at least several hundred accidents take place during the snowy part of year. The most common accidents that occur involve snowplows. How do you know if you can obtain any compensation for injuries caused after being struck by a snow plow in NH?

You must determine fault for the accident. An experienced personal injury attorney can investigate the accident and help determine if the snowplow or operator is the cause of the collision. If the accident has been caused by the other driver, you are potentially eligible to receive compensation. This can cover medical expenses, lost wages, damages, pain and suffering, and numerous other damages that you need because of your injury. There are many reasons a person may be held responsible for a NH car accident and we have highlighted some of the most often causes below:

 Exhausted Driver

The driver was not paying attention and obeying the rules of the road because of sleep deprivation.This is usually caused by working and driving too many long hours at once.

Distracted Driving

There are many causes of inattention such as eating, smoking, texting, talking on cell phone, fiddling with music or GPS, and looking at maps.

Substance Abuse

There is never a good excuse to drive or operate any vehicle while intoxicated. This is especially true for alcohol and drug use. Please drive while sober!

Improper Maintenance Of Vehicle

All snow plows need regular check-ups and repairs annually in order to offer safe, efficient, and quality snow removal. Safety is of the utmost importance for both the plow operator and other motorists.

If you have been injured due a collision with a snow plow, retaining an experienced NH Injury Attorneys is your best bet to help you obtain fair compensation for your injuries. Let your lawyer handle everything including meeting all deadlines, filing all the necessary documents with the Court or insurance companies, and managing your medical expense file. An experienced NH injury firm will make things go smoothly and allow you to relax while recovering from the traumatic accident.

 Call a law firm in New Hampshire in order to review your case

Many snowplows are owned by city offices like the NH Department of Transportation or other municipalities. These establishments have strict filing and notice time limits. These harsh deadlines can be frustrating and stressful if you do not immediately take action to have your injury case resolved. Let a professional legal team offer the support that will make it less troublesome.

 If you have sustained serious injuries after being struck by a snow plow in NH, contact the NH Injury Attorneys at Tenn And Tenn, PA. to discuss your claim and legal options.

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