Harrisville NH Lawyers

Harrisville, New Hampshire Lawyers

Harrisville NH Automobile Accident Lawyers

If you have you been the victim of an auto accident, are in the middle of a divorce, or have been charged with a DWI/DUI, you require the services of a skilled Harrisville NH lawyer. Our New Hampshire law firm has the ability to represent and defend clients in these, and other legal matters throughout Harrisville and all of New Hampshire. Please contact Tenn And Tenn, P.A. today to discuss your New Hampshire case with an experienced Harrisville, New Hampshire attorney immediately.

Our Harrisville, New Hampshire attorneys have been representing and defending clients since 1995, successfully handling various types of legal matters and receiving outstanding results for our clients. For a free telephone consultation, contact Tenn And Tenn, P.A. at (888) 332-5855. We are available to speak with you about your personal injury, car accident, divorce or DWI/DUI case today.

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  • A Family Firm

    We are a family committed to providing excellent service to our clients.

  • Statewide Service
    We work hard to obtain the best results possible for clients throughout New Hampshire.
  • Trial-Tested Attorneys
    Our lawyers are experienced courtroom advocates who are ready to take your case to trial to obtain justice.
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