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Mr. Christopher J. Pyles

Wrong Christopher J. Pyles?

Member of the Litigation Team

Sulloway & Hollis P.L.L.C
9 Capitol Street & 29 School Street
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
United States

Company Description: Sulloway & Hollis is committed to providing a high quality working environment, which encourages the personal and professional growth and development of staff,...   more
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Sulloway & Hollis - Pyles, Christopher J.
www.sulloway.com, 11 Jan 2012 [cached]
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Chris Pyles cpyles@sulloway.com TEL: 223-2834 FAX: 603-223-2934
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Christopher Pyles Named a "Civics in Action Ambassador Volunteer"
Christopher Pyles and Martin Honigberg Serve as "We the People" Judges
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Christopher J. Pyles
Christopher J. Pyles is a member of the litigation team at Sulloway & Hollis. He has been litigating cases for more than fifteen years, and has significant trial experience in several jurisdictions, including state and federal courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Mr. Pyles has represented employers and employees in court and in administrative proceedings, has litigated a wide range of business and commercial issues, and has significant experience with insurance defense issues. His background includes jury trials, bench trials, arbitrations, and representing clients in appellate arguments. He is a frequent speaker on litigation at seminars. Mr. Pyles works with employers and businesses to achieve practical and cost-effective results.
"The police report may not be ...
www.insurancequotes.com [cached]
"The police report may not be admissible in court, but it may lock downimportant information," says Chris Pyles,an attorney at Sulloway & Hollis, a New Hampshire law firm.
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Fender-benders between family and friends are less of a concern because both parties likely know and trust each other, according to Pyles.
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"I have seen many cases where there is little property damage andno report of injury at the scene, so the parties simply exchange information and drive away," Pyles says. "Then two years later, one driver files suit against the other and there is no document reporting the minor damage or injury."
Even if you do work things out with the driver who hit you, leaving your insurance company out of it could land you in hot water. Failing to notify your insurer about an auto accident could be a violation of the terms and conditions of your auto insurance policy -- one that, according to Pyles, could lead to a denial of coverage.
Sulloway & Hollis - Pyles, Christopher J.
www.sulloway.com, 11 Jan 2012 [cached]
Chris Pyles cpyles@sulloway.com TEL: 223-2834 FAX: 603-223-2934
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Christopher Pyles Named a "Civics in Action Ambassador Volunteer"
Christopher Pyles and Martin Honigberg Serve as "We the People" Judges
...
Christopher J. Pyles
Christopher J. Pyles is a member of the litigation team at Sulloway & Hollis. He has been litigating cases for more than fifteen years, and has significant trial experience in several jurisdictions, including state and federal courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Mr. Pyles has represented employers and employees in court and in administrative proceedings, has litigated a wide range of business and commercial issues, and has significant experience with insurance defense issues. His background includes jury trials, bench trials, arbitrations, and representing clients in appellate arguments. He is a frequent speaker on litigation at seminars. Mr. Pyles works with employers and businesses to achieve practical and cost-effective results.
RECENT SUPREME COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ...
www.tristatedefenselawyers.org, 22 July 2012 [cached]
RECENT SUPREME COURT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE APPORTIONMENT DECISION By Christopher Pyles, Sulloway & Hollis, PLLC, Concord, New Hampshire PlLOWED UNDER!
"The police report may not be ...
www.insurancequotes.com, 5 Mar 2012 [cached]
"The police report may not be admissible in court, but it may lock down important information," says Chris Pyles, an attorney at Sulloway & Hollis, a New Hampshire law firm.
...
Fender-benders between family and friends are less of a concern because both parties likely know and trust each other, according to Pyles.
...
"I have seen many cases where there is little property damage and no report of injury at the scene, so the parties simply exchange information and drive away," Pyles says. "Then two years later, one driver files suit against the other and there is no document reporting the minor damage or injury."
Even if you do work things out with the driver who hit you, leaving your insurance company out of it could land you in hot water. Failing to notify your insurer about an auto accident could be a violation of the terms and conditions of your auto insurance policy - one that, according to Pyles, could lead to a denial of coverage.
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