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PETER EARLY is an associate with Ringler Associates. He has been involved in the design and implementation of several structured settlement annuities, specializing in Medicare and Medicaid issues, special needs trusts, and complex litigation. Mr. Early is an active member of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association. He earned both of his B.A. degrees at the University of Maryland.
PETER E. HUTCHINS is the principal owner of the Law Offices of Peter E. Hutchins, PLLC, in Manchester, New Hampshire., where his main areas of practice are plaintiff's personal injury, insurance coverage and civil sexual abuse civil litigation. He is a frequent speaker at educational seminars on insurance, civil procedure and personal injury issues. Mr. Hutchins is a member, current treasurer and past-president of the New Hampshire Bar Association, and is on the New Hampshire Bar Association CLE Committee. He is a member of the New Hampshire Association for Justice. Mr. Hutchins practices in both the New Hampshire state court system and in federal court, and has had numerous appeals of issues relating to tort and personal injury practice to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. He earned his B.A. degree, cum laude, from Dartmouth College; and his J.D. degree, magna cum laude, from Boston College Law School.
PAUL R. KFOURY SR. served as a trial court judge in New Hampshire for 20 years. He currently serves as a mediator and arbitrator in a wide variety of civil matters. Mr. Kfoury’s law practice focuses on business law, probate and estate planning. He is a former president of the Manchester Bar Association, a former adjunct professor of business law in the University of New Hampshire’s MBA program and former chairperson of the Business Litigation Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Mr. Kfoury is a fellow of the New Hampshire Bar Foundation and he has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
CHRISTOPHER P. McGOWN is an attorney with Wadleigh, Starr & Peters, P.L.L.C., where he focuses on medical malpractice, commercial litigation, and personal injury. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. McGown worked as a summer law clerk at the New Hampshire Superior Court, Hillsborough North, and as a summer associate at Wadleigh. He is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and the U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire. He is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, as well as the Daniel Webster-Batchelder Inn of Court. He received his B.A. degree from the University of New Hampshire, followed by earning his J.D. degree from Boston University School of Law.
JOHN L. WARD is an attorney with Patch, FitzGerald & Ward, P.A., located in Manchester, New Hampshire. Mr. Ward’s areas of concentration are personal injury, workers’ compensation, and Social Security disability claims. He is currently a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association, New Hampshire Association for Justice and the National Organization of Social Security Claimant’s Representatives. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the William B. Cashin Senior Activity Center, Manchester City Library Foundation and as the chair for the Workers’ Compensation Section of the New Hampshire Bar. Mr. Ward was recently selected by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys as one of the top ten personal injury attorneys under 40 in New Hampshire. He was also recently named by the National Trial Lawyers Association as a Top 40 Under 40 civil plaintiff attorney. Mr. Ward was also recently recognized in Super Lawyers Magazine as a Rising Star in the area of workers’ compensation. He graduated, cum laude, from UNH, majoring in political science, and went on to law school at the Franklin Pierce Law Center, now UNH School of Law, where he was selected to participate in the Daniel Webster Honors Program and the Constitutional Law Moot Court team.