Friedman & Bresaw, PLLC


(603) 707-4800

Personal Injury Attorney Concord, NH

Your Fight is Our Fight

Welcome to Friedman & Bresaw, your trusted partner for personal injury legal representation in Concord, New Hampshire. 

Our dedicated team of personal injury attorneys is here to advocate for your rights and help you navigate the complex world of personal injury law.

Why Choose Us for Your Personal Injury Case?

A personal injury can be a life-altering experience; having experienced attorneys by your side is essential. Here’s why you should choose us to represent you:

Proven Expertise: Our personal injury attorneys have a proven track record of successfully representing clients in Concord, NH, and the surrounding areas. 

We have extensive experience in various personal injury cases, from minor accidents to catastrophic injuries.

Comprehensive Personal Injury Services: We cover a broad spectrum of personal injury cases, including but not limited to car accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, workplace injuries, slip and fall accidents, and more. Whatever your case entails, we have the knowledge and skills to help you navigate the legal process.

Personalized Legal Representation: We understand that each personal injury case is unique, with its circumstances and challenges. Our approach is tailored to your specific needs and objectives. 

We take the time to thoroughly understand your case, ensuring that we build a strong and effective legal strategy that aligns with your goals.

Compassionate Advocacy: Dealing with a personal injury can be physically, emotionally, and financially overwhelming. Our compassionate attorneys are here to provide the support and guidance you need during this difficult time. 

While we aggressively protect your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve, we prioritize your well-being and peace of mind.

Comprehensive Personal Injury Services

Our personal injury services encompass various areas, including:

Car Accidents: If you’ve been injured in a car accident due to someone else’s negligence, we can help you seek compensation for medical expenses, property damage, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Medical Malpractice: If you’ve suffered harm due to medical negligence, our experienced attorneys can guide you through the complexities of medical malpractice claims, helping you pursue justice and compensation.

Wrongful Death: Losing a loved one due to someone else’s negligence is a devastating experience. We can help you pursue a wrongful death claim to seek justice for your family and recover damages.

Catastrophic Injuries: If you’ve sustained a severe injury that has had a profound impact on your life, we’re here to fight for your rights and ensure you receive the compensation you need for your future, including medical expenses, rehabilitation, and ongoing care.

Motorcycle Accidents: Motorcycle accidents can result in severe injuries and financial burdens. Our attorneys are experienced in handling these cases and can help you recover damages to alleviate your financial stress.

Slip and Fall Accidents: Property owners have a duty to maintain safe premises. If you’ve been injured due to unsafe conditions on someone else’s property, we can help you pursue a premises liability claim.

What to Do After a Personal Injury

If you’ve suffered a personal injury, taking the proper steps can significantly impact the outcome of your case:

Seek Medical Attention: Your health is of utmost importance. Seek immediate medical care for your injuries and follow all recommended treatments. Keep records of all medical expenses and treatment.

Document the Scene: If possible, gather evidence from the accident scene, including photographs, witness statements, and any other relevant information. This evidence can be crucial in supporting your case.

Report the Incident: Notify the appropriate authorities or parties about the accident, such as the police or property owner, and make an official report.

Consult an Attorney: Contact an experienced personal injury attorney immediately. We can assess your case, help you understand your rights, and guide you through the legal process. 

It’s essential not to discuss your case with insurance companies or other parties without legal representation.

Understanding the Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Cases in New Hampshire

If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you must know the statute of limitations for personal injury cases in New Hampshire. The statute of limitations sets a legal deadline for filing your claim. Failing to file your case within this timeframe can result in losing your right to seek compensation.

In New Hampshire, the statute of limitations for most personal injury cases is typically three years from the date of the injury. This means you have three years from the date of the accident or injury to initiate legal action.

However, it’s important to note that there are exceptions to this general rule, and the statute of limitations can vary depending on the specific circumstances of your case. For example:

Discovery Rule: In some cases, discovering an injury or its cause may not occur immediately after the accident. 

New Hampshire law acknowledges the “discovery rule,” which allows the statute of limitations to begin running from when the injury or its cause is discovered or should have been reasonably discovered. This rule is particularly relevant in medical malpractice cases or injuries with delayed symptoms.

Government Claims: If your personal injury claim involves a government entity or employee, such as a municipal government or a government-operated hospital, you may be subject to different notice requirements and shorter timeframes for filing your claim. 

It’s crucial to consult with an attorney promptly in such cases.

Minors: If the injured party is a minor (under 18) at the time of the injury, the statute of limitations may be “tolled” or temporarily suspended until the minor reaches the age of 18. Once the minor turns 18, they typically have three years to file a personal injury claim.

Wrongful Death: In cases of wrongful death resulting from a personal injury, the statute of limitations may vary depending on who is filing the claim. 

Generally, the deceased person’s estate has three years from the date of death to file a wrongful death claim, while surviving family members may have deadlines to file separate claims.

It’s essential to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney as soon as possible after your injury. An attorney can evaluate the specific circumstances of your case, determine the applicable statute of limitations, and ensure that you meet all legal deadlines for filing your claim.

Waiting too long to take legal action can jeopardize your ability to recover compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, lost income, and other damages. Don’t delay seeking legal advice if you have a personal injury claim in New Hampshire.

Contact Us for Legal Guidance

If you have questions about the statute of limitations or need assistance with a personal injury claim in Concord, New Hampshire, don’t hesitate to contact Friedman & Bresaw at (603) 707-4800. 

Our experienced personal injury attorneys can provide the guidance you need to protect your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve.

At Friedman & Bresaw, we are committed to educating our clients, providing expert legal representation, and ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the personal injury claims process. 

Let us be your trusted advocates during this challenging time.

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