Attorney Israel Piedra Selected as Nashua Telegraph “40 Under Forty” Honoree

Welts, White & Fontaine, PC attorney Israel Piedra was recently chosen as one of the Nashua Telegraph’s “40 Under Forty” honorees. The Telegraph, in conjunction with Clark & Lavey Benefit Solutions, sponsored the event recognizing the Nashua area’s leaders and innovators in the business, health care, civic, education, and entrepreneurial communities. An awards ceremony was held July 18 at Rivier University in Nashua.

Attorney Piedra joined Welts, White & Fontaine in 2015, after graduating from Boston College Law School. He is a life-long New Hampshire resident who was born in Nashua and grew up in Milford. His legal practice focuses on civil litigation, including appeals and personal injury law.

Among Israel’s professional accomplishments: he has appeared several times before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, been selected three times to the New England SuperLawyers “Rising Stars” list, and published articles in multiple legal periodicals. He was the subject of a front-page profile in the April issue of the New Hampshire Bar News. In recent weeks, he has also been quoted by several news outlets, including U.S. News & World Report, Business News Daily, and NBC News.

Attorney Piedra is also active in the community. He serves in the New Hampshire House of Representatives, plays trombone in the Windham Community Concert Band, and volunteers regularly for Nashua high school mock trials and the N.H. “We the People” civics competition. To contact Israel or another experienced Nashua attorney, please call (603) 883-0797 or use the form here. Founded in 1978, Welts, White & Fontaine, PC is Nashua’s largest law firm, and has attorneys practicing in many diverse areas of law.

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