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Negligent Driving

Most car accidents are totally preventable and are caused by driver negligence — failure to pay attention, speeding, distraction, and poor decision making. Drunk drivers cause over 10,000 fatalities every year. Many auto accidents are caused by drivers acting...

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Drunk Driving

What is Drunk Driving? The National Highway Traffic Administration (NHTA) has found that every 50 minutes there is a death caused by drunk driving totaling more than 10,500 lives per year. The fatality rate is the worst during the winter holiday season. According to...

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Distracted Driving

What is Distracted Driving? Distracted driving pertains to any action that prevents drivers from being fully in control of their vehicle. Sending or reading a text takes a driver’s eyes off the road for 5 seconds according to the National Highway Traffic Safety...

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Honored by Martindale-Hubbell for 2020-2021

Just got word that I have been honored with an AV rating, the highest honor awarded by Martindale-Hubbell. This rating has been long respected in the legal circles and means my peers in the bar and judiciary believe my legal skills get an "A" and am "V" very ethical....

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A Statement From Charlie Donahue

As an injury lawyer I want to connect with people; it's about listening, understanding, caring and standing up for clients in a system that's really stacked against the little guy. It's much more about the heart than the head. Lives are turned upside down and often...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution

That's a fancy legal phrase for a way to end a case without going to trial. In NH, some form of ADR is required for all cases in suit. The court wants to encourage parties to settle their disputes. This alleviates a burden and expense on the court. Jury trials are...

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