Everyone's taxes are different, and if you filed for bankruptcy recently, then you need to make sure you do everything correctly.
Whiplash is one of the most common complications people experience following an auto accident. Reports indicate that anywhere between 25 and 40 percent of individuals who experience whiplash will never fully recover.
You may be struggling with a large burden of debt and are beginning to think bankruptcy is the best solution for you and your family.
Being hit by another driver is stressful enough. However, the frustration you are dealing with goes up several more notches if the person who hit you fled the scene.
Despite efforts all over the country, traffic-related fatalities do not seem to go down. New Hampshire offers a particularly stark example of this trend. Traffic fatalities were nearly 61 percent higher in the first six months in 2016 compared to the previous year.
Wills are great ways to take care of those you love even when you pass away. The individual you trust to execute your will is critical to ensuring the fulfillment of your wishes.
As fall approaches, get ready for storms and showers. It might feel like a normal and harmless occurrence, but did you know that rain is the most deadly weather-related driving hazard? It is true. Slick roads and impaired visibility can easily lead to car collisions.
New Hampshire is home to many beautiful lakes that provide residents and tourists with scenic and recreational enjoyment all year round. Active summertime recreational activities are plentiful, including swimming and boating. As fun as motorboating can be, like driving a car, operating a boat requires skill and care to ensure safety.
Winter may be the season most people associate with personal injuries. After all, everyone seems to know someone who slipped and fell on ice or who got into a terrible car accident on a snowy day.
Many people think they do not need an estate plan. This is for many reasons. For example, perhaps they make $40,000 a year and believe that estate plans are for the extremely wealthy. Maybe they have little property to pass on or do not own a business that would stay in the family.