- Personal Injury
- Criminal Defense
- Family Law
- Civil Litigation
When you face a legal dispute with another party, whether in your business or in your personal life, it can be confusing and frustrating. Kenney & Henchen, PC, in Colchester, serves all of northern Vermont and is ready to assist you. We offer civil litigation services for both the plaintiff and the defense, and we can help you understand your options and rights. With nearly 30 years of combined experience, our skilled attorneys can capably guide you in the days ahead.
You work hard to maintain a successful business. When you encounter legal problems, you need an attorney who will work just as hard for you. Our attorneys are passionate about helping northern Vermont businesses with:
We also offer civil litigation for property damage cases. If your property was damaged because of the wrongful actions of another person or entity, you may be eligible for compensation. Acting quickly is critical to a successful outcome because Vermont has a strict statute of limitations. For personal property other than real estate, you only have three years from the date of the incident to file your claim. Kenney & Henchen, PC will ensure that your claim is filed in time so we can seek the compensation you deserve.
Construction work involves numerous contracts, decisions and legal risks. If you are involved in the construction industry, it is important to have a legal advocate who can provide valuable guidance. Our firm represents suppliers, owners, subcontractors and contractors working on construction projects throughout northern Vermont. We also represent homeowners in disputes with contractors who fail to abide by a contract’s terms.
A contract, whether written or oral, is a legally binding agreement between two parties. When one party fails to deliver as promised, the other party has the right to seek compensation. Whether you are accused of breach of contract or need to prosecute a broken contract, our attorneys can examine the details and protect your interests and rights.