Exeter, New Hampshire Animal & Dog Lawyers

John B. Kenison Jr.
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(603) 471-3550 913 Elm Street
Pickering Building, Suite 603
Manchester, NH 03101
Free ConsultationManchester, NH Animal & Dog Law Lawyer with 31 years experience
Animal, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury and Products Liability
Case Western Reserve University School of Law
John B. Kenison, Jr. has been a practicing attorney for over 27 years. His primary area of practice is personal injury. He also offers his service as a professional mediator and arbitrator. He has worked in large insurance defense firms and since 1993 has been focusing on helping injured people.

Attorney Kenison was born and raised in New Hampshire and graduated from the University of New Hampshire. He obtained his law degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. Before establishing his own law firm, John worked in several large firms always with a focus on personal...
Lancaster, NH Animal & Dog Law Attorney
(603) 684-2351 133 Main Street
Suite 4
Lancaster, NH 03584
Animal, Bankruptcy, Criminal and Divorce
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