Helping clients throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.
79 Hanover Street, Lebanon, NH
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Charlie Buttrey

Since 1986, Charlie has represented the victims of negligence with energy and compassion. He understands that every case is different, that every client has unique needs, and that making sure that his clients are fully and fairly compensated requires thorough preparation, attention to detail, and a commitment to the well-being of his clients.

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I put my faith in Charlie. While I was engaged in the slow process of getting better, he was working tirelessly with two different insurance companies to make sure that I was compensated for my medical bills, my lost wages and my pain and suffering. Like any good lawyer, he was diligent and thorough. Unlike most lawyers, he treated me with both compassion and a gentle, and very welcome, sense of humor.

I owe the deepest gratitude to Charlie Buttrey, the most enthusiastic, positive, supportive injury attorney ever.  He is a loving human being first, who shares me sentiment about seeking restitution without ruining another person’s life.

Charlie took the reins from the first moment I walked into his office following my hospital stay. He ensured that I was taken care of so that I could relinquish the stressful administrative, financial and legal tasks associated with my life-changing event. His support and presence played a significant role in the speed and positive mood of my whole experience.

I would not trade what I went through for ANY amount of money. But I am glad Charlie was there when I needed him.

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October 20, 2014

Here we go again...

May I rant?

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When college athletics lift spirits

A story that is at once inspiring and heart-breaking.

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October 15, 2014

I may be a broken record, but...

Climate change gets lost in the shuffle.

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