Leslie Nixon recently won a case involving a family that was visiting New Hampshire to attend a wedding. The family was staying at a dog-friendly hotel, since they took their furry friend with them. When one of their family members encountered a massive hole on the property… then another one did… then another.
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When someone calls our office or comes through our doors, they have the pleasure to speak with our wonderful receptionist, Debbie Kantapin. Debbie has been with our office for a long time. “Believe it or not, I started in 1984,” she says. “I worked nights at that time because my children were toddlers. There were only five of us working in the office at night, but you would have been surprised by how much there was to do.”
Our firm was in its infancy when Barbara applied for a position here. “I knew a woman who was working with Dave Nixon who notified me that they were looking for someone. She wanted me to send in my resume. I did, and that’s where it all began.”
This year, Veterans Day takes on particular historic significance: Nov. 11, 2018, marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the First World War. Countries around the world will commemorate the signing of this peace agreement with moments of silence, centennial ceremonies, and historical exhibits.
Nicole Dell’Orfano is one of the best paralegals we’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. Not only is Nicole dedicated to helping the clients who come to us, but she is also committed to helping other members of our staff. Nicole has been our paralegal for the past 5 1/2 years and takes care of everyone who comes through our doors.
If you know Kirk Simoneau’s origin story to the practice of law, you know how important the deaf and hard of hearing community are to him. We are proud to be sponsors of the NH Hears Walk-A-Thon this year!