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Slip and Fall Injuries in New Hampshire



Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere: At home, at work, while walking down the street. Regardless of where they occur, they're always unexpected and they can cause serious injuries. Under New Hampshire negligence laws, a property owner or tenant has certain obligations to promptly address known hazards, such as spilled liquid on a grocery store aisle or damaged steps on a staircase. If you injured yourself in a slip and fall accident on someone else's property, you may be able to collect compensation for your injuries. Talk to a slip and fall attorney as quickly as possible to understand your legal options.

How Much Do Personal Injury Attorneys Cost?

If your slip and fall accident was serious, then money may be tight. After all, medical bills can quickly add up, particularly if you're unable to work. So you may be asking yourself, "Can I afford to hire a slip and fall lawyer?" The good news: The answer is "yes."

Slip and fall lawyers in New Hampshire—like all personal injury attorneys—usually accept new clients "on contingency." When a lawyer works on contingency:

  • The client doesn't receive any legal bills while the case is in progress
  • If the personal injury lawsuit is successful (meaning the victim wins in court or reaches an out-of-court financial settlement), then the slip and fall lawyer is paid a percentage of the money that is won
  • Clients must also reimburse their attorneys for legal expenses if the case is successful
  • If the case is unsuccessful, then the client owes the attorney nothing

The advantage of hiring a lawyer on contingency is that if you don't collect money, the the lawyer gets nothing. On the flip side, because your personal injury lawyer is investing his or her own money and time in your case, most slip and fall lawyers will only take on new cases where there's a strong likelihood of success.

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Find & Hire Local Slip & Fall Lawyers in New Hampshire

Under state law, you have three years from the date of your slip and fall accident to file a personal injury lawsuit in New Hampshire courts. That may seem like plenty of time, but lawsuits take time to prepare. You should hire a slip and fall attorney as soon possible after your accident.

If you need help finding a personal injury lawyer in Manchester, Nashua, Concord or elsewhere in New Hampshire, you've come to the right website. Attorneys.com offers a free service that can quickly match you with slip and fall attorneys across the state. To get started, fill out the form on this page or call us at 877-913-7222.