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The entire focus of the Cohen & Winters team is helping good people who find the need for legal help, often for the first and only time in their lives. Jonathan and Andrew both started practicing as as public defenders in 1999, where they each defended hundreds of criminal cases for people who couldn’t afford a lawyer. This community oriented work as creates a bond. Later, in 2009 they partnered up, providing dedicated services to their community and throughout the state.
Since joining forces, and establishing a New Hampshire law firm, Jonathan and Andrew have expanded their practice to other areas where they can help people in need. They are known as New Hampshire personal injury lawyers who fight to see that victims of car accidents and other forms of negligence get fair compensation. They also regularly assist people who have the misfortune of going through a divorce or custody battle, and helping create estate plans for clients who want to make sure their affairs are in order.
Cohen & Winters has assembled a team of experienced and aggressive trial lawyers and support staff who are dedicated to understanding each client’s needs and exceeding their expectations. Whether you are facing a reckless driving, a DUI , or even murder , Attorneys Elroy Sequeira and Jaye Duncan have the skills and experience to defend you. Elroy is one of the top New Hampshire DUI lawyers and Jaye is a highly experienced trial lawyer who has tried numerous serious felonies. Our family lawyers have seen it all, from mediations to the most highly contested divorces and they have a proven record of getting the results their clients want. Melaney Hodge, Mary Gaiser, and Brian Rose are seasoned litigators who have focused on family law for their entire careers. Whether you are going through a custody issue, a divorce, or a domestic violence situation, we have the professionals to help.
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