Andy is a shareholder of the firm, practicing primarily in the area of civil litigation. Andy has 37 years of trial experience litigating civil cases, including personal injury, products liability, industrial and construction site accidents, professional liability, and insurance coverage, matters.
Andy has an extensive appellate practice, resulting in over 100 published opinions to his credit. He has been described in statewide publications as "an appellate ace." He is best known in the legal community for having represented the plaintiffs in the seminal case in New Hampshire recognizing hedonic damages, Marcotte v. Timberland/ Hampstead School District, 143 N.H. 331 (1999). He is responsible for several other landmark decisions published from the New Hampshire Supreme Court, including DeBenedetto v. CLD Consulting Engineers, Inc., 153 N.H. 793 (2006); Sisson v. Jankowski, 148 N.H. 503 (2002); Valenti v. Net Properties, 142 N.H. 633 (1998); and Meaney v. Rubega, 142 N.H. 530 (1997), and from the United States District Court and in the First Circuit Court of Appeals, including Northland Ins. Co. v. New Hampshire Ins. Co., 63 F.Supp.2d 128 (D.N.H. 1999, No. Civ. 95-434-B), and Hugel v. Milberg, Weiss, 175 F.3d 14 (1st Cir. 1999).
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Marcotte v. Timberlane, 143 NH 331 (1999) — established right of recovery for hedonic damages in death cases
Debenedetto v. CLD, 903 A.2d 969 (2006) — established comparative fault defense; allocated fault among all potentially responsible parties whether or not in court at time of verdict