Civil Litigation

An Experienced Litigator Who Will Fight For You

The prospect of going to court can be intimidating. However, litigation might be essential for you and your family. Wrongful death and medical malpractice cases often need to enter the trial to lead to a fair outcome. With the right representation, the trial does not have to be as stressful as it may seem.

The Law Office of Gregory P. Howe is here for you when you have a challenging road ahead. Count on our lead attorney, Gregory P. Howe, to be there every step of the way and help you achieve the best possible outcome. Call today to discuss the specifics of your case.

You Can Lean On Our Experience

Attorney Gregory P. Howe has diverse experience in the areas of wrongful death and medical malpractice law. For his entire career, he’s been dedicated to representing clients who suffered injuries or face wrongful death suits. You can rely on his personalized approach to help make sense of the complexities of your case.

If a trial is likely to bring you the best possible results, we can:

  • Investigate the situation, including collecting and evaluating evidence
  • Protect you from mistakes that could jeopardize your case
  • Represent you in trial and hold the other party accountable
  • Oversee the fine details of your case such as deadlines, court documents and more
  • Answer your questions and explain your options throughout the process

Although the civil court can be complicated, we know how to effectively navigate the system. At the Law Office of Gregory P. Howe, you can rely on us to streamline the process for you while working hard to win fair results. If necessary, we can also help you seek an appeal on behalf of you or your loved one.

We Can Evaluate Your Case

A trial is complex and early preparation can set your case on the best path forward. If you do not know where to start, we can help. Call 802-334-6718 to speak with the Gregory P. Howe about your case. You can also schedule a consultation with our civil litigation lawyer in Newport through email.