The attorneys at the Law Office of Manning and Zimmerman, PLLC bring over 40 years of combined experience and dedication to our personal injury cases. We handle personal injury matters throughout the State of New Hampshire, and work hard for each of our clients to help them recover the compensation to which they are entitled.
We have extensive experience with a wide range of injuries, including death, brain injuries, paralysis, burns, scarring, and broken bones. When you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, we will fight for justice for you and your family. Every client is important to us, and every case is unique. We recognize this and give every client individualized attention to help them through this difficult time and maximize the recovery obtained.
Our personal injury practice includes all areas of automobile collisions, including collisions involving drunk drivers, trucking accidents, pedestrian/auto injuries, bicycle/auto injuries, and motorcycle accidents. We also handle sexual assaults, slip and falls, construction accidents, drowning, and other cases involving a defect or dangerous condition. Finally, if you have been injured as a result of a defective product, our attorneys can assist you in determining if you may have a claim against the manufacturer.
There are many factors to be considered in each personal injury case. For example, in many cases you may be entitled to medical payment coverage, in addition to your claim against the negligent party, but the rules regarding when and how this benefit can be used are complicated. Similarly, liens applicable to Medicaid and Medicare can easily confuse those not familiar with the rules pertaining to the requirements for reimbursement. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Maureen Raiche Manning, PLLC have the experience to guide you through the use of medical payment coverage and to properly address any liens that apply to your case.
We are happy to speak with you regardless of where you are in the process of resolving your personal injury case. However, the earlier you come to us the better. In many cases it is important to preserve evidence to support or substantiate your claim. This may be as simple as making sure photographs of the damage to your automobile have been taken. In other cases, early investigation is critical to preserve surveillance video, document the condition of the location of an injury, or maintain the integrity of a defective product for expert evaluation. The failure to properly maintain evidence can result in the loss of a case, or lessening the value of the damages recovered.
The insurance companies representing the person responsible for your injuries have a great deal of experience and a team of attorneys. Shouldn’t you have experience on your side as well? Call us for a free consultation. Home and hospital visits are also available.