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Personal Injury Attorney
in Goffstown New Hampshire



470 Mast Road

Goffstown, NH 03045





(603) 785-1013


(603) 386-6565

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Office Hours:

M  - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

T   - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

W  - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Th - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

F   - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

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How Can Apis Law Help You?

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Are you seeking legal representation in New Hampshire for accidents or serious personal injuries? Apis Law handles a wide range of personal injury cases: car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, slip-and-fall incidents, dog bites, construction accidents, assault and battery, work-related injuries, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, injuries resulting from unsafe conditions on someone else's property, and medical malpractice.  Attorney Diaz stands out with 20 years of experience, consistently achieving significant settlements for his clients.      At Apis Law, we understand the depth of each personal injury case. Every individual, every story, and every injury matter to us. We believe in personalized justice. If your injuries prevent you from visiting the office, we will visit you.  Doing life is hard enough on your own.  Sometimes you need someone to take up your cause and fight.  Apis Law is your advocate, counselor, and litigator.        Apis Law's mission is more than just legal representation.  It's about passionately defending your rights and ensuring you get the compensation you truly deserve. As you journey toward recovery, trust Apis Law to be the dependable advocate in your corner.

A personal injury attorney is an advocate for victims who have been injured due to the actions or negligence of another party. Their primary role is to represent victims and ensure they receive fair compensation for the damages they've sustained. Compensation can cover medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other related losses. ​ A good personal injury attorney evaluates the potential case to determine its merits. They consider the circumstances of the incident, the extent of the injuries, and any potential legal challenges. ​ For a personal injury case to succeed, it's crucial to have evidence. This could be medical records, witness statements, photographs, police reports, or anything else relevant to the case. Your attorney should gather all necessary documentation and evidence for your case. ​ Often, a significant portion of a personal injury attorney's work is spent negotiating with insurance companies. These companies typically aim to minimize the payout. Your attorney should use their skill and evidence obtained on your behalf to ensure you receive a fair settlement. ​ If a fair settlement can't be reached, the case may go to court. Here, the attorney represents the injured person, presents the case in front of a jury, examines witnesses, and looks for a favorable judgment. ​ Once a settlement is agreed upon or a court verdict is reached, a personal injury attorney ensu

In a car accident, the aftermath can be significant. Following the collision, the injured party often requires medical attention which may include hospitalization, physical therapy, and consultations with specialists like orthopedic surgeons. This medical care often results in accumulating bills. Coupled with the inability to work due to injuries, this can lead to financial challenges for the injured individual.  Beyond the financial implications, there can be emotional impacts to consider.  When the accident is the result of another party's negligence or recklessness, they are typically held responsible for the injuries and associated costs.      In such cases, a personal injury attorney can be engaged to represent the interests of the injured party. The attorney's role is to ensure that the party that caused the accident covers the medical costs and any other associated expenses. A personal injury attorney also works to obtain compensation for non-tangible impacts, such as pain and suffering.

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