Education: St. Anselm College B.A. 1993 Thomas Cooley School of Law J.D. 1998... more
Education: St. Anselm College B.A. 1993 Thomas Cooley School of Law J.D. 1998 Admissions: MA, VT, NY, First and Second Circuit Courts and U.S. Court of Special Claims Practice Areas: Personal injury: medical malpractice, products liability FELA (Railroad Injuries), QUI TAM, workers' compensation, motor vehicle injuries including motorcycle collisions and tractor trailer collisions, wrong... view profile
"Free Initial Consultation & No Fee Unless Successful" James R. A. Martin, Esquire's... more
"Free Initial Consultation & No Fee Unless Successful" James R. A. Martin, Esquire's objective is to obtain the highest damage settlement or award for each client. He is involved with each aspect of each claim, to fulfill this objective. James R. A. Martin, Esquire only does personal injury.
Lisa is admitted to practice in all Vermont state and federal courts. Lisa’s... more
Lisa is admitted to practice in all Vermont state and federal courts. Lisa’s practice includes nonprofit corporations, property (real estate, wills, probate), family law (divorce, guardianships, parental rights and responsibilities, etc.) and other civil law (landlord/tenant, breach of contract) matters. She graduated from Vermont Law School in May of 2011 with a JD and Masters of Environment... view profile
A personal injury lawyer works with clients who have suffered a physical or emotional injury, usually by accident or mistake. They cover cases such as car accidents, botched surgery, and harassment. Personal injury attorneys know how the insurance claim process works, they know what evidence to gather, and they know how to calculate and present a claim for damages. Many personal injury attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means they receive an agreed-upon percentage of the payment you receive, also called the personal injury settlement. If you don't recover any money, they don't get paid their fee. Personal injury lawyers also know how to defend you if someone thinks an injury is your fault.