The New Hampshire Supreme Court answered this question in part in State v. James Moran d/b/a Exterior Solutions, The Supreme Court considered the appeal of Mr. Moran, who had been convicted criminally under the Consumer Protection Act (CPA) for taking payment for a vinyl siding job and never performing the work, despite repeated requests. […]
There are many things that make the Granite State unique. One notable distinction is that New Hampshire is the only state in the union that does not have a compulsory insurance liability law—auto insurance is not required if the driver complies with alternative financial responsibility requirements.
According to the Insurance Research Council, approximately 11% of motorists […]
Title Insurance and Real Estate Attorneys: Why They’re Important and How They Can Help Protect Your Rights
When buying or selling a home, some problems are fairly easy to discover. Issues with construction, mold, flooding, or other structural defects may take a professional inspector to expose, but provided the inspector does his/her job and the sellers and seller’s agent are forthright, these issues should come to light before the transaction closes. […]
Clients often ask why their lawsuit is taking so long to resolve. The slow turning of the wheels of justice is a source of understandable frustration for clients, especially for those with cases that appear relatively simple and straightforward. Notwithstanding our efforts to bring matters to a successful conclusion as quickly as possible, key […]
Next year will mark a decade since New Hampshire lawmakers passed legislation creating a unique system for handling medical malpractice cases. Concerned with the rising price of medical malpractice insurance and the associated financial and treatment impacts those skyrocketing costs were having on doctors and patients, the legislature in 2005 started requiring that all […]