Vermont Construction Lawyers

David Bond
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Burlington, VT Construction Law Lawyer with 20 years experience
(802) 540-0434 2 Church St., Ste 3A
Burlington, VT 05401
Construction, Business, Insurance Claims and Personal Injury
Boston University School of Law
I am a Vermont attorney practicing civil litigation. I strongly support my clients, helping them to understand the process, the choices, and the range of probable outcomes they face. As a classical musician, I have an ability to look at problems creatively, with a high level of attention to detail. I bring those skills to bear in every case, at a cost-effective rate.
Matthew D Anderson
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Rutland, VT Construction Law Attorney with 17 years experience
(802) 775-7141 64 North Main Street
Rutland, VT 05702
Free ConsultationConstruction, Insurance Defense, Legal Malpractice and Personal Injury
College of William and Mary
Native Vermonter. Graduate of MSJ, UVM & William and Mary School of law. Visit vermontcounsel.com for more information about Mr. Anderson's credentials and expertise.
Benjamin H Deppman
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Middlebury, VT Construction Law Attorney with 24 years experience
(802) 388-6337 2 Park Street
Middlebury, VT 05753
Construction, Business, Personal Injury and Real Estate
University of Baltimore School of Law
Benjamin H. Deppman represents a wide variety of clients providing services to individuals and business entities in the fields of business entity selection and organization, commercial litigation, construction law, foreclosure, commercial and residential real estate transactions, trust and estate planning and administration, probate matters, and personal injury litigation.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Deppman worked as an associated at Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd., until joining the firm of Deppman & Foley, P.C., in 1995. He was appointed partner in 2000. Benj serves on the board of directors for the following: Town Hall Theater, Inc.; Porter...
Peter Anderson
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Stowe, VT Construction Law Attorney with 36 years experience
(802) 253-4011 954 So. Main Street
Stowe, VT 05672
Construction, Business, Divorce and Family
Seton Hall University School of Law
Lance Shader
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WEST DOVER, VT Construction Law Lawyer
(802) 464-5676 2 Mountain Park Plaza
WEST DOVER, VT 05356
Construction, Business, Estate Planning and Real Estate
Joshua Thomas Martin Esq.
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Montpelier, VT Construction Law Attorney
(802) 387-0691 6 Baldwin Ave, 4th Fl.
Montpelier, VT 05602
Construction, Appeals, Criminal and Personal Injury
Tulane University School of Law
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