Lynch Legal Services, PLLC

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Lynch Legal Services, PLLC

David W. Lynch is the managing attorney at Lynch Legal Services, PLLC. With more than 30 years of experience, he focuses his practice on personal injury, workers’ comp, and bankruptcy cases.

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Lynch Legal Services, PLLC

Lynch Legal Services, PLLC

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David W. Lynch is the managing attorney at Lynch Legal Services, PLLC. With more than 30 years of experience, he focuses his practice on personal injury, workers’ comp, and bankruptcy cases.

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Nolo is in the process of verifying that this lawyer is licensed to practice law. *

Firm Overview

We take pride in advocating for real people with real problems on and individual basis. We work as a team on a limited case load so that clients' cases get the attention that they need. We help people with serious personal injuries and workers' compensation cases. We have a long history of experience helping people with a broad spectrum of injuries. We have represented victims who have suffered all manner of injuries in auto, truck and motorcycle collisions as well as persons injured due to dangerous conditions found at places of business. Beyond the physical injuries we have recovered compensation for psychological trauma resulting from physical trauma as well as sexual abuse against both children and adults. Our experience informs our judgment and we have honed our approaches to the wide variety of cases handled an we consistently get results.

Main Office

Main Office
28 Day Ln Ste 20
Williston, VT 05495

Phone

(802) 658-6415

Fax

(802) 923-2876

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

We offer free initial consultation

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We do most of our work in bankruptcy for a fixed fee.

Hourly Rates

$250.00

Office Information
Office Hours

Monday to Friday, Nine to Five.

Office Manager

Heather Lynch

Emergency After Hours

Yes

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

We encourage clients to know as much as possible concerning their cases. The more they know, the more likely they well be helpful to their own cause. Although, clients often take advantage to the vast store of knowledge available on the internet, we are in a position to make inquiries of the clients so as to discover what is relevant and helpful to the advancement of the client's case. Also, it is often necessary to dispel misunderstandings generated by inaccurate information that may be found on the internet. We see one of our roles as that of educating the client about the law relevant to their claim. This information is necessary to understanding and making informed choices about your case goals.

Lynch Legal Services, PLLC
David Lynch

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Vermont in 1979. I went on to Vermont Law School, where he served on the law review editorial board and graduated in 1989 cum laude. While in law school, I had the privilege of working in the chambers of Bankruptcy Court Judge Joseph Conrad for the State of Vermont in 1988. During that same year, I had served in an internship in the chambers of Judge Dooley at the Vermont Supreme Court.

My experiences working in the court system informed and inspired my interest in different areas of the law. At the Supreme Court, I worked on several appeals involving personal injury claims. The challenges of this area of practice were compelling and fascinating. My first job out of law school was with an insurance defense firm, where he learned the ins and outs of how insurance companies fight personal injury claims.

Ultimately, though, I was drawn to the plaintiffs' side, where I can really help everyday people who found themselves facing off against powerful insurance companies who are only concerned with their bottom line. I am able to use the insights gained as an insurance defense attorney to help my clients obtain an advantage in personal injury claims.

"The thing I love most about my job is solving problems and helping people"

License

Bar Number: 2375
Vermont, 1991

Lynch Legal Services, PLLC
David Lynch

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Vermont in 1979. I went on to Vermont Law School, where he served on the law review editorial board and graduated in 1989 cum laude. While in law school, I had the privilege of working in the chambers of Bankruptcy Court Judge Joseph Conrad for the State of Vermont in 1988. During that same year, I had served in an internship in the chambers of Judge Dooley at the Vermont Supreme Court.

My experiences working in the court system informed and inspired my interest in different areas of the law. At the Supreme Court, I worked on several appeals involving personal injury claims. The challenges of this area of practice were compelling and fascinating. My first job out of law school was with an insurance defense firm, where he learned the ins and outs of how insurance companies fight personal injury claims.

Ultimately, though, I was drawn to the plaintiffs' side, where I can really help everyday people who found themselves facing off against powerful insurance companies who are only concerned with their bottom line. I am able to use the insights gained as an insurance defense attorney to help my clients obtain an advantage in personal injury claims.

"The thing I love most about my job is solving problems and helping people"

License

Bar Number: 2375
Vermont, 1991

Firm Overview

We take pride in advocating for real people with real problems on and individual basis. We work as a team on a limited case load so that clients' cases get the attention that they need. We help people with serious personal injuries and workers' compensation cases. We have a long history of experience helping people with a broad spectrum of injuries. We have represented victims who have suffered all manner of injuries in auto, truck and motorcycle collisions as well as persons injured due to dangerous conditions found at places of business. Beyond the physical injuries we have recovered compensation for psychological trauma resulting from physical trauma as well as sexual abuse against both children and adults. Our experience informs our judgment and we have honed our approaches to the wide variety of cases handled an we consistently get results.

Main Office

Main Office
28 Day Ln Ste 20
Williston, VT 05495

Phone

(802) 658-6415

Fax

(802) 923-2876

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

We offer free initial consultation

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We do most of our work in bankruptcy for a fixed fee.

Hourly Rates

$250.00

Office Information
Office Hours

Monday to Friday, Nine to Five.

Office Manager

Heather Lynch

Emergency After Hours

Yes

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

We encourage clients to know as much as possible concerning their cases. The more they know, the more likely they well be helpful to their own cause. Although, clients often take advantage to the vast store of knowledge available on the internet, we are in a position to make inquiries of the clients so as to discover what is relevant and helpful to the advancement of the client's case. Also, it is often necessary to dispel misunderstandings generated by inaccurate information that may be found on the internet. We see one of our roles as that of educating the client about the law relevant to their claim. This information is necessary to understanding and making informed choices about your case goals.

Lynch Legal Services, PLLC
David Lynch

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Vermont in 1979. I went on to Vermont Law School, where he served on the law review editorial board and graduated in 1989 cum laude. While in law school, I had the privilege of working in the chambers of Bankruptcy Court Judge Joseph Conrad for the State of Vermont in 1988. During that same year, I had served in an internship in the chambers of Judge Dooley at the Vermont Supreme Court.

My experiences working in the court system informed and inspired my interest in different areas of the law. At the Supreme Court, I worked on several appeals involving personal injury claims. The challenges of this area of practice were compelling and fascinating. My first job out of law school was with an insurance defense firm, where he learned the ins and outs of how insurance companies fight personal injury claims.

Ultimately, though, I was drawn to the plaintiffs' side, where I can really help everyday people who found themselves facing off against powerful insurance companies who are only concerned with their bottom line. I am able to use the insights gained as an insurance defense attorney to help my clients obtain an advantage in personal injury claims.

"The thing I love most about my job is solving problems and helping people"

License

Bar Number: 2375
Vermont, 1991

Lynch Legal Services, PLLC
David Lynch

I earned my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from the University of Vermont in 1979. I went on to Vermont Law School, where he served on the law review editorial board and graduated in 1989 cum laude. While in law school, I had the privilege of working in the chambers of Bankruptcy Court Judge Joseph Conrad for the State of Vermont in 1988. During that same year, I had served in an internship in the chambers of Judge Dooley at the Vermont Supreme Court.

My experiences working in the court system informed and inspired my interest in different areas of the law. At the Supreme Court, I worked on several appeals involving personal injury claims. The challenges of this area of practice were compelling and fascinating. My first job out of law school was with an insurance defense firm, where he learned the ins and outs of how insurance companies fight personal injury claims.

Ultimately, though, I was drawn to the plaintiffs' side, where I can really help everyday people who found themselves facing off against powerful insurance companies who are only concerned with their bottom line. I am able to use the insights gained as an insurance defense attorney to help my clients obtain an advantage in personal injury claims.

"The thing I love most about my job is solving problems and helping people"

License

Bar Number: 2375
Vermont, 1991

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