Our law firm, Meub Associates, PLC is located in historic Rutland, Vermont. The city of Rutland is the gateway to southern Vermont. Perched on the western slopes of the majestic Green Mountains, Rutland is just a few miles from the Killington/Pico Ski Resort. For our team of lawyers, Rutland is not just where we practice law— it is a place we call home.
At Meub Associates, our attorneys and support staff live and work here in Rutland. We know the local schools, businesses and doctors. More importantly, we also know the lawyers and judges. We frequently appear in Rutland Superior Court, Rutland Family Court and Rutland Probate Court.
We regularly work with the opposing attorneys, expert witnesses and mediators from Rutland and the surrounding Vermont counties, and we use those relationships to provide the best support to our clients. We have litigated cases against the big institutions in town, including workers compensation claims against General Electric (GE), medical malpractice claims against Rutland Regional Medical Center and personal injury claims against Killington Resort.
Our deep ties to the community give us insight into the ways the legal, business and government institutions work, and we will put these relationships to work to resolve your claim as fairly and quickly as possible.
Rutland is sometimes known as the Marble City for its history as a mining town. When railroad arrived to the area in the 19th century, marble became a booming business. Rutland quickly established itself as one of the world’s leading suppliers of the stone.
Rutland is still the final stop on Amtrak’s Ethan Allen Express, which provides daily service to New York City. But Rutland is also a world of its own, a little grittier than Burlington or Boston and just a tad distrusting of people who don’t live here. This outlook is a great strength, but it can be a weakness.
The Meub Associates offices are conveniently located in downtown Rutland, close to the Rutland courthouses. Our lawyers have over 50 years of combined experience practicing law in Rutland.