Washington County, Vermont Lawyers
Vermont Lawyer with 31 years experience
Frank Talbott has been involved in workers' compensation litigation for more than 30 years, representing employees, employers, insurance companies, and acting as a contract hearing officer for the... Read More »View Profile
I'm a trial lawyer. I'm admitted to the Vermont Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, the New York Bar, and U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont. I'm a member of the American Association for Justice, the Vermont Association for Justice, the Vermont Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the NYSBA, the NYSTLA, and the DC Bar Association. My practice is varied—focusing mostly on plaintiff's personal injury, but including general business law, criminal defense, and at least a bit of sports and entertainment law.
I have been with the firm for almost 20 years, and I am a partner. I specialize in helping people with their workers’ compensation and personal injury claims because it is personally rewarding for me when I am able to help an injured person get the benefits that they deserve, and I am able to hold an insurance company accountable. Having an injury can be very difficult and I know that insurance companies often do not treat people fairly. My clients like me because I am passionate about their claims and don’t give up! It is obvious that I enjoy...
I have been practicing law in Vermont since 1979 and am a founding partner of the firm. I take great satisfaction in fighting for injured workers or accident victims who are being treated unfairly by insurance companies. Before starting my legal career, I worked in many different job settings. I was a schoolteacher, hospital aide, factory worker, construction laborer, and farm hand. I understand the difficulties that face workers in these different job sites, and the problems that arise when you are injured. One important legal issue I helped clarify was the right to vocational rehabilitation for injured...
I have been practicing law for more than 40 years, and I am a founding partner in the firm. I have chosen to specialize in helping people with personal injuries because I care. I represent injured workers in their workers’ compensation claims and people who have been injured due to the negligence of others. One case that was particularly meaningful for me was when I represented a man who had been a laborer all of his life. He was essentially at the end of his career and he fell and injured his back. He had no high school diploma...
I became an attorney so I could help ordinary people fight for the things they are entitled to. Before becoming an attorney, I worked in the construction industry, where I saw firsthand how hardworking people do not always get a fair shake. At Biggam, Fox & Skinner, I focus on helping people win workers’ compensation and personal injury claims. I work closely with my clients and our paralegals to present the strongest case possible. I am very detail-oriented and learn the specifics of each case by really listening to my clients and what they need. Although the legal process...
Focus on criminal defense, complex civil litigation and internal investigations. Served 13 years as Assistant U.S. Attorney, State's Attorney, and Deputy State's Attorney. Tried more than 25 cases to juries in the federal and state courts of Vermont. Appear regularly before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Vermont Supreme Court.
Glenn Howland has practiced law in Vermont for over twenty five years and has significant experience in municipal law, business, zoning and environmental law and enforcement, real estate, civil litigation and appellate law. He is admitted in all Vermont state and federal courts, in the Federal Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and in the United States Supreme Court.
I graduated from Hobart College, and the North Carolina Central School of Law, where I was on law review. I’ve lived in Vermont since 1995, and have practiced law most of my time here, except for when I’m sugarin’, coachin’, riding my bicycle, or trying to keep my old house from falling down.
(888) 350-5949 8031 Williston Road, #8
Williston, VT 05495
Williston, VT 05495