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From offices in Vermont and New Hampshire, the attorneys of Downs Rachlin Martin achieve maximum efficiency by developing deep spires of knowledge within these specific practice areas. With the resulting “been there, done that” approach, we are better suited to address each client’s problems with versatility and depth. Call us at 802.863.2375 to get started.

EventsJanuary 18, 2019Vermont Bar Association 2019 Mid-Winter ThawJennifer McDonald to present on mediation strategies at Vermont Bar Association's Mid-Winter Thaw.
Press ReleasesJanuary 14, 2019DRM Employee Award Presented to Jody Kaiser(Brattleboro, Vt.)  Legal Secretary Jody S. Kaiser of Hinsdale, N.H. has been named the winner of the coveted Diane Lynch Distinguished Service Award.
ArticlesJanuary 10, 2019Should I Sue For Personal Injury? Common Questions, Part 3Even when your case looks strong, where there is evidence of the negligence and that the negligence caused the injury, where there are assets available to pay for recovery, there are other pros and cons that you should consider before filing a personal injury lawsuit. Attorney Bob Luce explains.  

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