The Nashua law firm Winer & Bennett offers extensive experience and resources devoted to personal injury law. If you’ve been wrongfully injured, the responsible party has a legal duty to compensate you for what happened to you. The enforcement of that legal obligation helps make our streets, premises and products safer for everyone. Nevertheless, a personal injury claim is a complicated, risky and highly adversarial process. On one side is a liability insurance company with enormous resources. It is in their business interest to do whatever they can to minimize their financial exposure. On the other side is you. Your objective, as the law provides, is to be fairly compensated for what someone has caused you.
For decades, the injury lawyers at Winer and Bennett, LLP have been going toe to toe with insurance companies on behalf of injured clients. Personal injury attorneys Kent Barker, Peter Webb and Brenner Webb have over 65 years of combined experience representing clients throughout Nashua and New Hampshire. Their training and experience permits them to know what the rules are, what games are played, what works, what doesn’t, and how to do it. With proper handling, most personal injury claims can be efficiently and fairly resolved for the client without the need for a lawsuit. Other cases will require litigation. A select few will have to go to trial. Recent jury verdicts in excess of $1,000,000.00 in cases tried by Winer and Bennett’s personal injury lawyers have reminded the insurance companies who they are dealing with.
Your objective, as the law provides, is to be fairly compensated for what someone has caused you.
To enable you to protect your rights, it is usually an option for you to hire our personal injury attorneys on the basis that they are paid for the work only if and when they are successful.
Winer and Bennett, LLP‘s personal injury section, its experienced lawyers and staff, take pride in their reputation for having the resources, skills and determination to see to it that their injury clients receive the full compensation to which they are entitled.