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New Hampshire Participates in 'Slow Down New England' Campaign to Curb Reckless Driving

Reckless drivers traveling at dangerously high speeds and causing serious car accidents have become a major issue in New Hampshire and the nation over the last couple of years. To help combat the problem, New Hampshire and other states in New England recently launched a regional campaign to reduce the number of serious accidents caused...

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U.S. Car Accident Deaths Reached Record High in 2021

Crash fatalities also spiked in New Hampshire last year. Car accident fatalities reached a record high nationwide in 2021 as more drivers returned to the road following pandemic restrictions the year before, according to The Associated Press and based on a recent traffic study conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). “Our nation...

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Laconia Motorcycle Week is June 11-19

Bikers from all over will flock to New Hampshire for America's Original Riding Rally Laconia Bike Week (June 11-19) is celebrating its 99th anniversary. Likely the world's oldest motorcycle rally, more than 300,000 people attended last year's festivities. Not all revelers ride in on their own bikes, but there's no question that US-3 and Route...

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May is Motorcycle Awareness Month in N.H.

Drivers of all vehicles need to safely share the road Motorcyclists are vulnerable out on the road. It only takes one inattentive or negligent driver to cause a motorcycle accident that can leave a motorcyclist seriously injured or killed. May has been declared Motorcycle Awareness Month in New Hampshire, joining a national campaign, with the...

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Study: Larger Vehicles Like SUVs & Pickup Trucks More Likely To Hit Pedestrians

You can always find people out walking in Dover and Portsmouth, as well as college towns such as Durham. In New Hampshire and throughout the nation, drivers of passenger vehicles have a responsibility to keep a lookout for pedestrians and to follow all traffic laws. But it only takes one negligent driver to cause a...

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March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

People are hurt in personal injury accidents every year, and many suffer serious injuries. One of the most serious and concerning is traumatic brain injury (TBI). A TBI can have a long-term impact on a person’s relationships, work, and independence. There are a lot of misconceptions about brain injuries, which can affect different people in...

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Risky Driving Leads To Record Rise in U.S. Road Deaths

Car accident lawyers in New Hampshire break down what drivers should know Since the pandemic began, there has been an increase in dangerous driving on the nation’s roads, leading to more car accidents and more traffic fatalities. Unfortunately, a new report shows that trend has continued. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety...

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Who's At Fault If Ice Or Snow Causes A New Hampshire Car Accident?

Most people who live or work in New Hampshire have developed keen winter-weather driving skills, but even the best motorist can be caught off-guard by black ice or hit by a distracted driver. When the weather is a crash factor, who pays for car accident injuries and damages? In New Hampshire, there are a lot...

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NH Sees 2nd Largest Drop in Fatal Crashes Involving Teen Drivers

A New Hampshire car accident lawyer looks at the reasons why Some car accidents involve teen drivers. But there is good news for New Hampshire. According to an analysis conducted by ValuePenguin, the annual number of fatal crashes involving teen drivers dropped by 53% in the state between 2010 and 2019. That’s the 2nd largest drop...

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Nearly Half of the Deadly Crashes in N.H. Are Linked to Speeding

A New Hampshire Car Accident Lawyer Discusses the Problem In New Hampshire, nearly 50 percent of car accident deaths happen because of speeding. No other state has a higher percentage, according to the research and analysis website ValuePenguin. Across the nation, the number of fatalities per year attributed to speeding dropped by 10 percent in...

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