Top Saint Johnsbury Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - Vermont

  • 126 College St Burlington VT 05401 44.47719 -73.214874

    Montroll, Backus & Oettinger, P.C. - Burlington, Vermont, Family Law, Criminal Defense And Business Law Attorneys Located in Burlington, Montroll, Backus & Oettinger, P.C., is a general practice law firm providing a broad range of transactional and litigation services for clients throughout Chittenden County and the surrounding counties in northwestern Vermont. Backed by...

  • 507 Main Street Bennington VT 05201 42.87785 -73.193504

    Representing the rights and interests of insurance companies, self-insured business owners, licensed physicians and other professionals across Vermont from our law office in Bennington, the attorneys at O'Connor First are fully prepared to help you protect your rights and interests in the face of complex insurance disputes, administrative hearings and other serious legal matters. Voted among the...

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