Richard has successfully litigated significant personal injury and criminal cases for more than 30 years, bringing over 50 jury cases to a final verdict and settling hundreds more. Together with his partners and staff, he has recovered more than $30 million dollars on behalf of his clients and has reached excellent outcomes for persons charged with serious crimes. Richard is considered by his fellow attorneys to be one of the best trial attorneys in the State of Vermont.
David is a natural born storyteller. For more than 30 years he has used this gift on behalf of his clients, with great results. David knows that in order to tell his clients’ stories, he first must listen. It is, after all, their narrative he is telling. David is an excellent interviewer and an empathetic listener. This helps him put things in context. It enables him to humanize his clients and tell their stories to insurance adjusters, opposing counsel, prosecutors, judges, and juries.
Larry Myer has been practicing law in Vermont since 1984. For the last twenty years, the majority of his practice has consisted of representing Vermonters in divorce actions and other family law matters. His clients have included many local business owners, fellow lawyers, judges, and mental health professionals.
Being charged with a crime, injured in an accident, or involved in a family dissolution are among the most stressful events that can occur in a person’s life. In those situations, a person needs a lawyer they can rely on. Maggie Vincent’s clients know they can depend on her tenacious support in demanding circumstances. They know she will listen to them, advocate for them, and help them navigate the unfamiliar waters of the legal system to a successful conclusion.
Amanda, our newest associate, joined the firm in 2010 as a legal intern. Since then, Amanda successfully completed the four-year law office study program and was admitted to the Vermont Bar in May, 2014. The four-year law office study is a program unique to Vermont where participants engage in an independent study of the law under the supervision of a licensed attorney. The program requires tremendous motivation, organization, and dedication: all skills that Amanda now uses in the representation of her clients.