Seeking Compensation After a Serious Accident or Injury
No one expects to be involved in a serious accident or to be injured by the careless or reckless conduct of others. Unfortunately, these incidents happen with alarming frequency, leaving victims facing significant physical, emotional, and financial challenges.
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we recognize the difficulties you and your family are facing, and we are ready to fight for the justice you deserve. Our New Hampshire personal injury lawyers represent clients throughout the state who have suffered devastating injuries and losses due to others’ negligent and wrongful conduct. Our senior partners are personally involved in every case we accept, and we are committed to providing each individual client with the attention, care, and support they deserve.
To date, we have recovered more than half a billion dollars in compensation for our clients, a number we are proud of not only because it demonstrates our attorneys’ experience and skill but also because it illustrates the myriad ways in which we have helped real people overcome real challenges and secure the justice they were owed. If you or someone you love was injured by another person or party’s negligence, reach out to Crowe & Mulvey, LLP today to learn how our team can help you get back on your feet.
Some accidents are truly unavoidable and blameless. Most, however, occur only because another person, company, or entity acts without regard for the safety and well-being of others. In such cases, victims have the right to seek financial compensation for their economic and non-economic damages, such as medical expenses, future care, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Because most personal injury cases are brought on the grounds of negligence, there are several elements you will likely need to prove to establish that you have a case:
- Duty of Care: You will need to prove that the person or party against whom you are bringing the claim (known as the “defendant”) owed you a “duty of care.” This means that they had a responsibility to act within the law and/or reasonably to prevent injury or harm.
- Breach of the Duty of Care: You will also need to prove that the defendant breached the duty of care they owed you. Typically, you can prove this by showing that the defendant acted negligently or wrongfully, or that they intentionally caused you injury or harm.
- Injury: To have a personal injury case, you will need to establish that you were, in fact, injured. “Injuries” in personal injury cases can be physical, but they can also be emotional and/or financial (pain and suffering, distress, medical bills, lost income, etc.)
- Causation: Finally, to have a personal injury case, you will need to prove that the defendant’s conduct (i.e., the breach of the duty of care) was the cause of your injuries. If the two are not related, you do not have a case.
At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, our New Hampshire personal injury attorneys are prepared to handle the various legal details of your claim, including determining if you have grounds for a case and who is liable for your injuries and resulting losses.
Finding a personal injury lawyer can be overwhelming—with so many options to choose from, how can you be sure you’re getting the right team for your case? At Crowe & Mulvey, LLP, we believe that we stand apart from other New England personal injury law firms thanks to our experienced team of attorneys, our impressive results, and our commitment to our clients. While we have the extensive resources of a large, well-established firm, we do not treat clients as simply case numbers, as many other large-volume firms do. Instead, we provide personal attention and highly individualized legal representation to each and every client.
We recognize that this is an extremely difficult time in your life, and we believe that you deserve compassionate support and counsel to help you navigate the often-confusing legal process. Our goal is to provide exceptional client service and customized legal strategies aimed at securing the best possible results in your case.
Our New Hampshire personal injury lawyers handle a variety of complex cases, including but not limited to those involving:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Truck accidents
- Slip and falls
- Wrongful death
- Medical malpractice
- Anesthesia errors
- Birth injuries
- Cancer misdiagnosis
- Wrong/delayed diagnosis
- Pharmaceutical errors
- Surgical errors
- Medication errors
- Radiology errors
We have helped injured individuals and the families of those wrongfully killed successfully hold negligent parties accountable and secure the justice they needed to heal and move forward with their lives. We encourage you to reach out to us today to learn how we may be able to assist you with your personal injury case during a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.