PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS IN BURLINGTON, VT
E. WILLIAM LECKERLING
Telephone: (802) 657-7250
Bill Leckerling, a shareholder of Lisman Leckerling, handles all cases concerning personal injury. He continues a tradition started by founders Bernard and Louis Lisman more than 60 years ago of representing clients and refusing to work for insurance companies on personal-injury claims.
We offer free initial consultations about personal injury claims, so you can investigate your rights before dealing with an insurance adjuster.
About Personal Injury Claims
You have a right to pursue a claim for personal injuries or damages caused to your property due to another person’s negligence, or as the result of a defective product. Damages caused by a drunk driver also fall under the personal-injury category.
Your spouse and children may also be able to pursue a claim for the loss of consortium—or loss of benefits—resulting from your injuries. Note that personal injuries caused by a professional’s negligence are discussed on the Professional Negligence page.
Lisman Leckerling has successfully resolved many complex claims and recovered millions of dollars for clients in cases involving medical injuries, personal injuries in the workplace, those sustained through another person’s negligence or failure to comply with best-practice rules or standards.
If you believe you have reason to pursue a personal injury claim, please contact Bill at
802-864-5756, or at email@example.com.
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