Car Accidents

Manchester, NH Car Accident Lawyers

Outstanding Legal Help for Car Accident Victims in Manchester, NH

In Manchester, NH, car accident victims have legal recourse under New Hampshire law. If you've been injured due to a negligent driver, you can file a civil claim or negligence lawsuit. 

To succeed, you must demonstrate:

  1. The defendant owed you a duty of care.
  2. The defendant breached that duty.
  3. The breach directly caused your injuries.

All New Hampshire drivers are expected to operate their vehicles responsibly, refraining from texting, aggressive driving, and speeding. Drivers who fail to meet this standard of care can be held accountable for any resulting injuries. At Tenn and Tenn, PA, we have over 20 years of experience helping drivers who have been injured due to others' negligence throughout New Hampshire.

Call for a free case consultation with our experienced Manchester car accident attorneys at (888) 332-5855.

What is the Statute of Limitation on Car Accident Injury Claims in Manchester?

Under New Hampshire law, you must file legal claims within three years of the injury date. Seeking legal counsel immediately after a car accident is crucial, as delaying the process can make collecting evidence more challenging. 

Manchester Uninsured/Underinsured Motorcycle Accident Attorneys

A car accident can be bad enough without an insurance-related morass to wade through. Unfortunately, that’s what happens when an underinsured or uninsured driver gets into an accident with you, leaving potentially devastating damage to your body and your pocketbook. An experienced Manchester, NH auto accident attorney can help you deal not only with the court issues, but also the insurance issues. They can help put a well-justified dollar value on your claim, and help mitigate the stress you’re going through during your recovery period.

With an increasing number of underinsured and uninsured drivers on the road, especially with motorcyclists, the likelihood of getting into an accident with one of them is higher than ever. With the average injuries to a motorcyclist costing around $33,000 to treat after a crash, it’s important that you have legal protections and a knowledgeable attorney at your side if you are hit by someone who isn’t carrying sufficient insurance.

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Do You Have Questions About Your Rights?

Tenn And Tenn, P.A. is here for our many satisfied personal injury clients – and we’re here for you, too. Our long list of significant accident recoveries speaks for itself. Do you have questions about an uninsured/underinsured motorcycle accident and your rights? Call our office today for a free case evaluation. We’ll analyze your claim, give you valuable information, and help you decide whether to pursue litigation.

Contact an experienced Manchester motorcycle accident lawyer at Tenn And Tenn, P.A. immediately to help protect your rights. Our toll-free hotline is (888) 332-5855. All consultations are free of charge and are always completely confidential.

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