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HOW WORKERS’ COMPENSATION WORKS IN VERMONT Workers’ compensation insurance (i.e. “workers’ comp”) helps cover work-related injuries and illnesses, including repetitive stress injuries.   If you are employed in Vermont, chances are your employer has workers’ compensation insurance. To schedule a free consultation regarding workers’ comp, contact us today! Any Vermont employee seeking workers’ compensation can be Read More

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After you’ve been in an automobile accident, you might be tempted to move on with your life as quickly as possible. The accident itself was stressful and disruptive enough on its own and you feel like you’ve luckily escaped with only a few bumps or sore muscles.  But what happens if in the days following Read More

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Steps to Take After a Car Accident in Vermont

More than 10 million car crashes occur in the U.S. each year, with over 36,000 of those crashes resulting in a death, including 58 in Vermont in 2020.   In the unfortunate event that you’re involved in an accident, it’s important to know what steps to take afterward to ensure you’re able to collect the information Read More

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Numerous Examples of Malpractice Alleged Against the Brattleboro Retreat

  Mental health facilities play an important role in treating many important issues that are common in today’s world.  They help treat individuals experiencing mental, behavioral, or emotional disorders including those dealing with addiction, depression, schizophrenia and many more.  However, due to a number of factors including understaffing, improper supervision, negligent hiring, and many more, Read More

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History of Sexual Misconduct Reported at Brattleboro Union High School

Following an expose in The Commons, the topic of sexual abuse is again relevant in Windham County.  The Commons article detailed years of sexual abuse of young female students at Brattleboro Union High School by then teacher Zeke Hecker and the troubling lack of inquiry into same by the Brattleboro Police Department and school administration Read More

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Sexual Assault Survivors of St. Joseph’s Orphanage Consider Filing Suit

FORMER VERMONT ORPHANAGE FOUND TO HAVE COMMITTED WIDESPREAD SEXUAL ABUSE As reported on in BuzzFeed, Seven Days, The Burlington Free Press, a greatly upsetting history of sexual abuse has been uncovered at St. Joseph’s Orphanage in Burlington, Vermont.  The orphanage, which was run by the Catholic Diocese of Burlington, was open between 1854 and 1974, during Read More

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Can I Bring a Slip and Fall Case in Vermont?

SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENTS ARE MORE COMMON THAN YOU WOULD THINK Slip and fall accidents are often brushed aside or dismissed as unserious events or as being the fault of the person who fell.  A slip and fall is extremely common, and thankfully, usually leads to bumps and scrapes at the worst.  Sadly though, many Read More

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How to Prepare for Your Deposition in Vermont

Most people have an understanding of what a deposition entails that is dictated by movies or tv shows they’ve seen, or maybe by what they’ve heard second hand from family or friends.  Most people think that depositions are frightening, combative and something that they should dread.  This is simply not the case. In general, and Read More

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Dealing with a Bike Accident in Vermont

  Bicycle accidents can turn someone’s world upside down and, sadly, they are far too common of an occurrence in Vermont.  The victim of a bike accident often deals with serious and long term injuries like brain damage, spinal cord injuries and paralysis, broken bones, and unfortunately, even death. As is most often the case, Read More

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What is Required for a Lawful DWI Arrest and Processing in Vermont

In Vermont it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol at a level of .08 or above.  If you have a DWI conviction on your record, you know the profound effects it can have on your daily life and your ability to stay or become employed. Because a DWI Read More

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