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1 Answer | Asked in Education Law, Landlord - Tenant and Personal Injury for New Hampshire on
Q: Can I sue college for inhabitable dorm conditions?

My daughter is living in a college dorm and there is an intercom system in the building. Each room has a ceiling speaker that is very very loud. The speaker comes on every night and a scary clicking sound like a horror movie comes on. You also hear people talking in the background and sometimes... Read more »

Israel Piedra
Israel Piedra
answered on Mar 10, 2016

Yes, you most likely could. All lessees of real estate, including students in dorms, have a right to the quiet enjoyment of their residences.

Now, as a practical matter lawsuits are very expensive. It could easily cost $2,000 just to file such a lawsuit. If it went all the way to trial,...
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Q: How much monies should I recieve on my civil lawsuit against nashau pd.
Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki
answered on Aug 4, 2015

It depends on the nature and extent of your damages, as well as liability issues. Talk to a local injury lawyer for advice.

Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only....
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Q: Can you define strict liability for me, as it pertains to the details below?

A person enters a piece of land with the purpose of hunting coyotes for the landowner. The person climbs a tree stand which is already in place. The treestand allegedly collapes before the person is able to attach his safety harness. It is thusfar unclear if in fact the person had a safety... Read more »

Terrence Rubino
Terrence Rubino
answered on Jul 11, 2011

"strict liability" is a term that is used for products liability. it sounds as though the hunter is claiming that the tree stand was a product and was defective. this is a different concept from alleging that someone was negligent ( did not use reasonable care) and that caused the injury.... Read more »

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Q: Should i care about the costs of going to a trial in a personal injury case? i'm plaintiff. contract is 33% or 40%
Mark A. Siesel
Mark A. Siesel
answered on Dec 19, 2010

Absolutely you should care. The cost of expert testimony could be several thousand dollars. Although your attorney may advance the cost of the expert fees, ultimately, when the case is over, you could be paying all or a large percentage of those costs. I would recommend reviewing your retainer... Read more »

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