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Posted by Charlie Donahue | Jul 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

This is a very good question.

The answer depends on many things, and I'm not trying to give you lawyer talk.

Generally speaking if you were injured due to another's negligence or carelessness, you will have a valid claim.

Other factors are important, too, such as whether the responsible party—called the tortfeasor—carries liability insurance or has the financial ability to pay your damages.

It should not take a good lawyer very long to determine if you have a good case, and if it is worth pursuing or not. Surely every once in a while the circumstances can be complex and need to be investigated before a decision is made.

The bottom line is to call for a free consultation. I always appreciate getting a call from a potential client, even if a claim is ultimately not pursued. Knowledge is power. Make an intelligent decision. Don't leave your situation to chance. If the lawyer you call does not seem interested, see another.

Never hesitate to run your situation by a qualified law firm like Donahue Law. We'd be honored to help.

We are based in Keene, NH, but we have national connections and help personal injury victims nationwide.

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Meet Charlie: Practicing law for over 36 years, Charles A. Donahue is the founder of Donahue Law, one of New Hampshire's most successful personal injury law firms. Charlie was born in 1958 and grew up in a mill town, Lowell, Massachusetts, where he graduated high school as a member of the Nation...


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