Areas of Practice
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Our litigators have extensive experience defending a wide variety of personal injury, professional malpractice, products liability, environmental, commercial dispute, construction defect, fire loss, land use, and employment cases. We practice in all state and federal trial courts in the State of New Hampshire, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, and the State of Maine, as well as the state courts of Vermont. In addition, our firm has an active insurance coverage practice, and we have successfully appeared in appellate matters before the New Hampshire Supreme Court and First Circuit Court of Appeals.
We believe that our extensive experience in defending personal injury cases gives GSSP attorneys a unique breadth and depth of experience in assisting personal injury plaintiffs as well. We not only understand the law and the medicine involved in your personal injury matter, we know how the defense will likely evaluate your claim.
We try to keep our business clients out of court. Since that's not always possible, we stand prepared. Our commercial litigation unit handles virtually every type of business dispute at the state, federal and appellate levels. We protect our clients when their former business partners become adversaries. We fight for our clients when the competition tries to gain an unfair advantage.
Our attorneys have long experience in both the plaintiff’s and defense sides of medical malpractice litigation in New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts state and federal courts. One of our attorneys holds an undergraduate degree in nursing as well as board certification as a nurse practitioner and has practiced in this area of the law for over twenty years.
Our employment law practioners counsel clients in administrative proceedings, arbitration and litigation in state and federal courts. Our attorneys handle matters that arise under various state and federal legislation including the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Title VII, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.