Injuries Caused By Negligence
When someone acts in an irresponsible manner or ignores safety, innocent people suffer the consequences in the form of injuries and wrongful deaths. There are many situations in which someone else’s negligence can lead to these outcomes, including:
- Motor vehicle collisions
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Construction accidents
- Defective products
- Unsafe properties
When injuries or deaths are caused by recklessness or carelessness, the victims and their families deserve to have their medical bills covered, their lost wages accounted for, and their pain and suffering addressed. Compensation for these damages can be sought through a civil lawsuit and is something we have considerable experience handling.
When To File A Personal Injury Claim In New Hampshire
Timing is everything in personal injury cases because of New Hampshire’s statute of limitations. Personal injury claims need to be filed within three years of the incident that caused the injury or death of an individual. The one exception to this rule is if a person could not reasonably have known their injury was the result of negligence. In these cases, the three-year limitation starts after the injury was discovered.
Talk To The Attorneys At Ransmeier & Spellman P.C.
If you were injured in a vehicle accident, harmed by a dangerous product or lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence, you deserve to have your case heard and your financial needs handled by the at-fault party.
Our lawyers take pride in helping clients handle their complex personal injury claims with confidence and with as little stress as possible. We will instruct you and keep you informed through every step of the process. Though we are capable of successfully settling many claims through mediation, we are prepared and able to aggressively defend you through a jury trial if necessary.
If you’d like to learn more about your right to compensation through civil litigation, schedule a consultation with any of the attorneys at Ransmeier & Spellman P.C. We serve clients throughout New Hampshire and New England, and work on a contingency-fee basis. Call either our Concord or Alton offices at 603-290-5104 or send us an email to get started.
Only a qualified personal injury lawyer will have your best interests at heart when seeking compensation. This is a quality found in every attorney at Ransmeier & Spellman P.C.