O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. Fights for You
At O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, PA, each attorney brings a high level of knowledge and commitment to our firm. Clients work directly with our lawyers and receive attention throughout the entirety of their case. Our attorneys do not back down when fighting for our clients’ rights - whether they are fighting for the rights of the injured or fighting for the rights of someone going through a divorce.
Do you require representation in a personal injury claim, medical malpractice, workers' compensation claim or with a family law problem such as a divorce? Call O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. today to schedule your free initial consultation. You can also e-mail us, and we will be in touch with you promptly. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, with evening and weekend appointments available upon request. If injuries prevent you from traveling to our office, we can arrange home, hospital and/or zoom visits.
Our legal team provides hands-on, caring attention. We understand the issues you are facing can be difficult.
About our fees
O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. handles personal injury, medical malpractice and workers' compensation claims on an hourly rate or contingency fee basis. A contingency fee means you owe attorney fees only when we obtain compensation on your behalf. Family and criminal matters are typically billed at an hourly rate.
Work directly with your attorney
The legal team at O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A. is loyal to our clients. We fight for their rights when they have been injured or have a family law problem. To schedule your free initial consultation, contact us today.
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O’Shaughnessy, Walker & Buchholz, P.A.
50 Bridge St. Suite 205
Manchester, NH 03101-1620
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