Ever wonder the basics of trying a slip and fall case? Our Kirk Simoneau breaks them down for you.
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If you know Kirk Simoneau’s origin story to the practice of law, you know how important the deaf and hard of hearing community are to him. We are proud to be sponsors of the NH Hears Walk-A-Thon this year!
Depending on which town you live in, school is around the corner or about to start. Here are some helpful tips on ways you can navigate the treacherous back-to-school blues…
I’ve been in my clients’ shoes, except, of course, mine are red sneakers. You see, I have a neurological disorder, which means I walk with a cane, sometimes roll in a wheelchair, and can’t wear formal “lawyer” shoes. Instead, I wear red sneakers wherever I go.
Do your kids get enough nutrients in their diet? If they’re like most kids, the answer is probably no. You want your children to eat more vegetables and less processed junk, but that’s easier said than done. Getting the average kid to chow down on a serving of broccoli is a chore.
Nothing’s worse than having an accident when you’re out trying to have a good time with your friends. This happened to one of our most recent clients. She was out at a “biker bar” having a good time and drinking with her friends when she ended up breaking her leg…
Valuing a personal injury case is far more complicated than you’d think. Here is some information on factors that enter into whether a case is valid, and, ultimately, the resulting settlement.
This article originally appeared in the New Hampshire Bar News in August 2018.
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