O'Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A.

Personal Injury/ Worker's Compensation / Medical Malpractice / Family Law / Divorce

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50 Bridge St. Suite 205
Manchester, NH 03101-1620

Personal Injury Laws in Manchester New Hampshire

Personal Injury Laws in New HampshireO’Shaughnessy, Walker and Buchholz have successful handled hundreds of Personal Injury cases in New Hampshire with favorable results. Personal Injury cases should be addressed right away as documents and facts about the case can get lost or forgotten. We work on a contingency basis which means you will not have to pay any upfront costs.

Top Injury Lawyers in NH

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that over 180,000 individuals die from injury every year. This number equates to one person being injured every three minutes. Nobody ever wants to think they will need to hire a personal injury attorney. If you have been injured and feel you have been injured by the negligence of others then it's important that you consult with a qualified injury lawyer that has experience and a reputation for getting results.

Attorneys O’Shaughnessy, Walker and Buchholz have the knowledge and experience that you can trust to protect your rights throughout the process. A personal injury case can be daunting and stressful. O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. have the over 20 years of experience that can help you get through the process. They will work with you to ensure that your rights are protected and that you are prepared for what might come. Their centrally located Manchester office affords them the ability to help anyone in the New Hampshire area.

Types of Personal Injury in NH

Types of Personal Injury cases we represent in New Hampshire are included below but not limited too.

  • Auto Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Slips and falls
  • Dog Bites
  • Nursing Home Injuries
  • Crime Victim
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Boating Accidents
  • Rape Victim’s
  • Wrongful Death
  • Airline Accidents & Injuries
  • Swimming Pool Drowning Accidents
  • Amputation Injuries
  • Repetitive Motion Injuries (Carpal Tunnel)
  • Defective Equipment
  • Dangerous Drugs & Medical Devices
  • Workplace Injuries
  • Construction Site Accidents
  • Birth Injuries
  • Burns & Electrocutions
  • Professional Negligence
  • Negligent Supervision
  • Bone Fracture Injuries

Personal injury is not just car accidents. It can be any other injury incurred through the negligence of another. The job of a personal injury lawyer is to gather all of the information that tells them what your injuries are and how the personal injury occurred. They will also determine what your losses are based on time lost from work, medical bills and even how it has changed you mentally and physically. They will collect information from you and all of the documentation you can provide. Developing a strategy for your case and keeping you informed is an important part of the attorneys’ job.

When the attorneys start the process of working on your file you will be asked to sign a release form or two allowing their office to obtain your medical records, police reports, incident reports, employment records and any other applicable materials to the case. This will allow them to build a complete picture of the accident, your life before the accident and the damage incurred due to the accident. All of this information will be used to help you get what you deserve. While many cases are settled out of court your file may go to trial. If it is expected to go to trial O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. will be ready to handle the litigation and will help you prepare for the process as well.

Call Us Today for a Free Consultation!

O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A.

50 Bridge St. Suite 205

Manchester, NH 03101-1620

Telephone: 603-634-5090

Fax: 603-644-8811

e-mail at: info@walkerbuchholz.com

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