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New Hampshire Attorneys Discuss Rear-End Accidents and Whiplash

Rear-end auto accidents are commonplace on New Hampshire roads. When they occur at high impact, occupants of a vehicle struck from behind can suffer severe and life-threatening injuries.  National Highway Traffic Safety Administration data collected between 2001 - 2010 shows that fatalities caused by rear-end accidents are significantly low in comparison to head-on collisions and...

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New Hampshire Attorneys Discuss Bone Fractures Caused By Car Accidents

If you’ve been involved in an auto accident in New Hampshire, you are at risk of several serious injuries. One common injury sustained is a bone fracture.   The types of accidents that can most commonly result in broken bones include, but are not limited to:   T-bone/side-impact accidents: Your driver’s side door doesn’t offer very much protection from a...

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Head Injuries & Car Accidents: Our New Hampshire Attorneys Explain

When we think of injuries resulting from a car accident, we may think of broken bones or shattered tail lights. However, some of the most serious damage caused by a car accident is not immediately apparent. An auto accident can cause a Traumatic Brain Injury. A TBI is caused by blunt trauma to the brain,...

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Autumn Accident Risks On New Hampshire Roads

Autumn in New Hampshire might be one of the most beautiful seasons of the year. But it’s also, unfortunately, one of the deadliest times of the year for drivers nationwide. According to statistics compiled by Statista from 2016, the most recent year, October had the most traffic fatalities by month, with a total of 3,249 nationwide. November saw a significant drop (2,998 fatalities),...

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Auto Accidents Rise In New Hampshire Despite Dangerous Driving Crackdown

So far in 2018, New Hampshire has seen a 22 percent increase in road deaths compared to the same period in 2017. This includes accidents involving passenger-vehicle drivers, motorcyclists, and pedestrians. In an audio interview published on New Hampshire Public Radio, members of the New Hampshire Traffic Safety Commission attribute the rise in fatal crashes to the following factors: ...

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Distracted Driving Fatalities on the Rise in New Hampshire

This year has seen a significant rise in fatal car accidents in comparison to the year before. In Manchester alone, there have been five fatal accidents from January to July. Law enforcement is doing all they can to prevent distracted driving accidents. In 2017, they issued 2,200 warnings and 1,650 tickets for distracted drivers all...

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The Risk of Drunk Driver Crashes in New Hampshire

When motorists get behind the wheel after consuming too much alcohol, they put other road users in danger. While law enforcement officers regularly step up their efforts to crack down on drunk drivers, those who drive impaired often go under the radar. Those who have been injured in accidents cause by drunk driving may be...

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The Dangers of Aggressive Driving in New Hampshire

The term road rage was coined 30 years ago by a Los Angeles television station, but aggressive, angry behavior by drivers has been around in some form since the invention of the automobile. Road rage is widespread. According to a 2016 poll conducted by AAA, nearly 80 percent of drivers have reported experiencing aggression behind the...

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Recovering After an Accident with an Impaired Driver

Last year, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA), citing federal statistics, issued an update of a comprehensive 2015 report saying that 43 percent of drivers tested in fatal crashes in 2015 had used a legal or illegal drug, higher than the 37 percent that tested above the legal limit for alcohol. The report came as...

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