Union Transportation & Shipping Lawyer, New Hampshire


Includes: Mass Transit, Railroad, Shipping, Trucking

Michael J. Walls

Energy, Unfair Competition, Commercial Real Estate, Transportation & Shipping
Status:  In Good Standing           

Thomas Craig

Trucking, Wrongful Death, Slip & Fall Accident, Car Accident
Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

ATV WATCH v. NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPT. OF TRANSP.

20 A.3d 919 (2011). 161 NH 746. ATV WATCH and another, v. NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION. No. 2009-788. Supreme Court of New Hampshire. Argued: January 13, 2011. Opinion Issued: April 26, 2011. ...

IN RE KALAR

... The petitioner objected to this determination, asserting that the expenses were, in fact, medically necessary and permissible as "excess medical deductions." See 7 CFR § 273.9(d)(3). Specifically, she asserted that private school tuition and school transportation expenses for ...

Ford v. NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

The accident caused the plaintiff to suffer severe injuries, and he sued the Town and DOT for negligence. Both defendants moved to dismiss. In its motion, the Town averred that both Route 111 and Route 28 were state highways, which the Town neither owned nor had a duty to ...