Welts White and Fontaine Featured as a Top New Hampshire Law Firm

Welts White and Fontaine Featured as a Top New Hampshire Law FirmBusiness NH Magazine’s June 2017 issue featured a special section on the “Top Law Firms in NH.” Featured at #19 is Welts, White & Fontaine, P.C.

The magazine ranked 22 New Hampshire law firms by the number of New Hampshire attorneys in each firm.

With 11 attorneys, Welts, White & Fontaine was ranked 19th largest in the state, and the largest firm in Nashua. No other Nashua law firms appeared on the “Top Law Firms” ranking. The largest New Hampshire law firm, with 78 New Hampshire attorneys, was McLane Middleton in Manchester.

Founded in 1978, Welts, White & Fontaine P.C. serves business and individuals alike in a variety of practice areas, including: personal injury, workers’ compensation, estate planning, real estate, litigation, collections, divorce and family law, appeals, employment law, and more.

To view the firm’s profile in Business NH Magazine, click here.

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