Top Keene Disability Insurance Lawyers - New Hampshire

Attorneys Dell & Schaefer, Chartered is a nationwide law firm dedicated exclusively to disability insurance. We have represented thousands of disabled claimants with their claims for either short term disability, long term disability, or long-term care benefits against every major disability insurance company. Our law firm has a national reputation in the field of disability insurance law and...

  • 28 Middle St. Keene NH 03431 42.934883 -72.28127

    Sheldon, Davis, Wells & Hockensmith, P.C., is a full-service law firm located in Keene. Our attorneys practice in various areas of the law, including criminal defense, estate law and probate, real estate, employment law and general civil litigation. Backed by decades of experience, our attorneys thoroughly examine every case to determine the best strategy to achieve the most favorable outcome...

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    64 Gilsum Rd. Surry NH 03431 42.97529 -72.257324

    Struggling with debt can leave people feeling overwhelmed and alone. At the Douglas Thornton Law Offices, I provide dedicated bankruptcy assistance to clients in the Surry, New Hampshire, area, and throughout Cheshire County. Whatever the circumstances, my law offices strive to help those I represent regain control of their finances, so they and their families can move forward. When facing...

  • 14 South Street,Suite 5 Concord NH 03301 43.201103 -71.53933

    Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. was founded by Charles G. Douglas, III. Attorney Douglas is a former Superior Court and Supreme Court Justice and served in Congress representing the Second Congressional District of New Hampshire. Our goal is to provide top quality legal services to you, the client, for your legal problems. If your case involves litigation, employment matters, or marital issues we...

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