Meub, Gallivan & Larson

Firm Overview

As a small, focused firm, we help you navigate the complex legal system by understanding your situations, answering your questions, and keeping communication open and honest.

Example cases

I have represented numerous people injured in car accidents.

I represented the wife and son of a man who died in a Vermont hospital. I represented the family of a woman who's cancer should have been diagnosed in time to save her life.

Main Office
65 Grove Street
Rutland  VT  05701
  • (802) 747-0610
  • (802) 747-9268


Free Initial Consultation?
Yes, we offer a 1/2 hour free consultation so that both the prospective client and the attorney can determine if they're a good fit.
Services Offered For Fixed Fees?
Hourly Rates

Office Information

Office Hours
9AM-5PM Monday through Friday I'm available when you need me, because crisis doesn't seem to have a sense of time.
Office Manager
Tanya Love
Emergency After Hours

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

It is an area of law where I feel I can best help people who need it and where my personal and legal experience provide a practical background.

What is your firm's point of view regarding clients educating themselves on legal issues?

The more educated people are, the better able they are to protect their rights. There is a lot of misinformation, however, and I enjoy helping people understand how to protect themselves.

Is your firm willing to review documents prepared by clients?

I work with my clients as a team and am happy to review anything that a client prepares.

Is your firm willing to coach clients who want to represent themselves?

I do so often.

Chris Larson

Vermont Judiciary, Law Clerk, 2005-2007; Choate, Hall & Stewart, Boston, Massachusetts, 2003-2004

My experiences have led me to specialize in personal injury, medical and legal malpractice, construction law, and contract claims, and family law —areas where I can continue to bring my knowledge and experience to bear helping others.

I listen. Each client has a story to tell, and though not all of what they relate about their case may be legally relevant, it's all important to how they feel and, ultimately, to how I approach their problem. Law is not a "one size fits all" craft. While the statutes may be well-defined, each person's situation is still relative and you need to hear the whole story if you want to fully represent your client.

Personal interests:


  • Bar Number: Attorney
    Vermont , 2005
  • Bar Number: Attorney
    Massachusetts , 2003
  • Bar Number: 4322
    Vermont , 2006
  • Harvard Law School
    JD , 2003
    Cambridge, MA

    Magna Cum Laude

    Trial Practice Workshop

    Intern at Essex County District Attorney's Office

    Represented Tenants through Legal Services Center

    Board of Student Advisors

    Teaching Assistant: Legal Research and Writing

  • Hillsdale College
    B.A. , 1999
    Hillsdale, MI

    Graduated Summa Cum Laude


  • Harvard Law School
    J.D. , 2003
    Boston, MA
  • Hillsdale College
    B.A. , 1999
    Hillsdale, MI

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