“I want you protected, and your case handled correctly from the start.”
Over 25 Years Experience
Jim practices law with more than 25 years of Personal Injury experience. He was admitted to the Vermont Supreme Court on January 12, 1989 and to the United States District Court, for the District of Vermont, on January 24, 1989.
Jim has successfully completed an array of personal injury cases. These include, but are not limited to cases that involved bodily injury, emotional injury and economic damage caused by motor vehicle collisions, wrongful death, property owners liability, harm caused by intoxicated persons, defective products, animal attacks, lead poisoning, insurance bad faith, worker’s compensation, and other wrongfully caused injuries.
Jim investigates the underlying facts of each case, and establishes liability through applying the facts of each particular case to one or more applicable legal causes of action, regardless if it is prescribed by common law or by statute. Jim does a comprehensive study of his client’s damages, which often include pain of body and mind, loss of enjoyment of life, medical expenses, loss of income, and permanent impairment. These damages may also include permanent disfigurement, loss of consortium, prospective damages and punitive damages. Jim prepares a thorough and effective presentation of the liability and damage aspects of each claim, and provides his work, with the evidence, to the tortfeasor’s insurance carrier or jury, as the case may be.