Legal issues tend to be very personal, and you likely have a lot riding on your case. You want to entrust it to a law firm that will provide the necessary care and attention.
The law firm of Beebe and O'Neil was founded by Donald R. Beebe and Nancy M. O'Neil, a husband and wife team of attorneys. They are joined by their son, attorney Daniel A. Beebe. Donald and Daniel are Harvard-educated. Our lawyers grew up in the Norwich area and are proud to work hard to resolve the legal challenges of people throughout the region.
When you come to our law firm, you will be considered part of the family. We know that each case is different, and we will give you our personal attention. We will sit down and discuss your case with you to learn exactly what is happening. We want to know about your goals and what is most important to you. We will help you understand the situation and help you decide on what options are in your best interest.
More Than 75 Years Of Experience
We are a full-service law firm, ready to take on any legal challenge. With more than 75 years of combined experience, our lawyers are well-equipped to pursue compensation for victims of personal injuries caused by motor vehicle collisions and other forms of negligence.
We provide sound guidance in family law matters and offer debt relief services. We defend against criminal charges. Our attorneys understand that, no matter what legal challenge you face, it may impact not only you, but those you care about as well. Our goal is to get you and your loved ones through this with as little stress as possible.
We are adept at negotiating with opposing lawyers, insurance companies and prosecutors to achieve positive outcomes. When opponents are not cooperative and negotiations are not productive, we rely on our proven trial skills to succeed in court.
Free Consultation With An Experienced Attorney
To arrange your free initial consultation at our law office in Norwich, Connecticut, please call 860-222-2021 or contact us online.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.