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Ward Law Group Named One of the State’s Top Law Firms by New Hampshire Business Magazine

MANCHESTER, NH: Ward Law Group, PLLC, a Manchester based injury law firm that services clients throughout the whole of New Hampshire, is proud to be featured in New Hampshire Business Magazine’s special “Top Law Firms in New Hampshire” publication. This recognition comes at a time when the company is celebrating major growth in office and […]

Ward Law Group Expands with a New Attorney Hire: Family Law Attorney Katherine Schea, Esq. Joins New Hampshire Firm

Manchester, New Hampshire: Ward Law Group today announced that Katherine Schea will be joining Ward Law Group as a new attorney, effective February 22. Attorney Schea will be joining company from Crusco Law Office, PLLC, where she was an Associate Attorney for 3 years. Attorney Schea will be bringing her experience in the area of […]

What is Vocational Rehabilitation?

If you have been receiving workers’ compensation as a result of injury or illness and would like to return to your career or explore new opportunities, vocational rehabilitation programs can assist with that process.   What is Vocational Rehabilitation? The Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 is a federal law that grants states funding to help […]

What is Loss of Consortium?

Injuries or death cause significant harm to families of loved ones who are uninjured or left behind. Not only are there emotional impacts like sadness and grief, but loved ones often face the loss of consortium too. As a result, they can make a civil court claim to be compensated for their loss. What is […]

5 Black Friday Shopping Tips for Consumers

Black Friday can be a lot of fun with amazing deals and shopping trips with friends. However, keeping safety in mind can be key to ensuring that your day is filled with Black Friday shopping fun. Enter with caution. There are many videos showing crazed shoppers mobbing entrance doors as soon as the store opens. […]

Stress Free Co-Parenting over the Holidays

There’s a lot to think about when it comes to child visitation. You have birthdays, vacations, weekends and more. However, no time can be more stressful than the winter holidays, especially if you are newly divorced. In most cases, parents will want to see their children as much as possible. If there is no agreed-upon […]