Top Montpelier Products Liability Lawyers - Vermont

  • 1233 Shelburne Road,Suite E-1 South Burlington VT 05403 44.435707 -73.21106

    Kirkpatrick & Goldsborough, PLLC, is a full-service law firm in South Burlington, Vermont. With a team of five attorneys, including partners Mary Kirkpatrick and Richard Goldsborough, our firm provides clients in Burlington and surrounding areas with professional, high-caliber legal counsel in the following areas: Personal injury Criminal defense Divorce and family law Estate planning Business...

  • 5346 US Route 5 Newport VT 05855 44.94749 -72.17407

    I am attorney Gregory P. Howe, and I have represented personal injury victims in Northern Vermont for more than 35 years. As a skilled trial lawyer, I have tried more than 50 jury trials and earned a record of many successful verdicts and settlements. You can rely on my ability to aggressively pursue compensation for your past, present and future losses, which may include medical expenses, loss of...

  • 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...

  • 116 South Street Bennington VT 05201 42.877815 -73.19687

    Founded in 1913, Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, has grown to become one of the largest law firms in Western Massachusetts. Our success rests on our strong commitment to getting results for our clients — and the attentive service we provide. Quality Legal Solutions Donovan O'Connor & Dodig, LLP, is a general law practice providing advice, services and representation in a wide range of...

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