iStock_000001881277_MediumThe law firm of Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C.  has an exceptional record in pursuit of recovery for injured clients. Our firm has pursued successful recovery for hundreds of parties in personal injury disputes including automobile injury cases, products liability, industrial and construction accidents, and premises accidents.  Mr. Cleary secured one of the largest injury settlement in the State of Vermont, a $7.3M settlement involving a catastrophically injured college student.

Our attorneys have a strong track record of success handling large and complicated personal injury cases. Their extensive knowledge of negligence and products liability law, vast courtroom experience and comprehensive understanding of the causes and long-term effects of complex medical injuries and conditions give them an edge in fighting to protect your rights.  Contact us today for a free consultation.

At Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., we represent parties involved in property damage and personal injury suits including:

  • Auto, truck, motorcycle, ATV and 18-wheeler accidents
  • Construction and design accidents
  • Wrongful death
  • Machinery and industrial accidents
  • Product liability, including consumer products and equipment
  • Home and commercial property damage
  • Premises liability

Our attorney team has successfully handled hundreds of personal injury cases. This experience combined with input from engineers, medical experts and other professionals, enables us to present your case in the strongest way. Rest assured that in all legal matters, we pride ourselves on providing personalized client service and in effectively pursuing the client’s rights.


Protect your rights by hiring attorneys with over 140 years of combined experience in personal injury law. Please contact us at 802-775-8800.

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