David Cullenberg

VT & NH Personal Injury Lawyer

As a native to the North Country area, David Cullenberg is a strong, dedicated, accomplished attorney with more than 25 years of legal experience. He has a proven track record of successfully representing injured VT and NH victims in a variety of personal injury claims, including:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Product liability claims
  • Construction accidents
  • Premises liability claims
  • Workers' compensation
  • Nursing home abuse

Mr. Cullenberg understands the needs of the members of his community, and he prides himself on delivering direct and highly personalized service to families who need legal guidance.


David was raised on a farm in Maine and has hands-on experience in the construction trades. He served in the United States Army from 1970-72 with a tour of duty as a first lieutenant with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. David worked in military intelligence during his time serving our country. He brings the toughness and aggressiveness he acquired in the military to his law practice, and as a result, he is able to provide his clients with tenacious personal injury representation.

Mr. Cullenberg graduated from the University of Puget Sound School of Law in Tacoma, Washington in 1975, and he earned an advanced degree in tax law from Boston University Law School in 1985. During his career, David has worked in conjunction with several notable law firms in New England.

Community Involvement

When not representing clients, the married father of two has given back to the community by coaching Little League baseball and serving on committees, including the Board of Directors of the Hanover Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lions Club, and various other local and school organizations.


Arend Tensen

NH & VT Personal Injury Lawyer

Lebanon, New Hampshire personal injury lawyer, Arend Tensen has been practicing law for over 25 years. Focused on workers' compensation, personal injury, and farm law, Arend Tensen helps clients who have been injured by negligent companies and individuals receive the compensation they deserve.


Arend holds a law degree from the Franklin Pierce Law Center and a bachelor of science in animal science from Michigan State University. Arend has lived in the Upper Valley area for more than 25 years. A father of six children, Arend is a dedicated family man who feels very fortunate to be able to help injured victims provide for their families in times of need. In his many years of practicing law, he has aided hundreds of injured clients get the compensation they deserve.

Farming Background

Arend is keenly knowledgeable of the farming industry. He was raised on his parents' large Michigan dairy farm where he was active in the agricultural community in the Farm Bureau, 4-H, DHIA and as a member of the Collegiate Dairy Judging Team at Michigan State. In addition to practicing law, he owns and operates a beef farm. Arend has logged long days doing farm work all of his life, and he brings this work ethic to his law practice. His extensive farming background enables him to provide unparalleled representation for farm injury clients.

Professional Organizations

Arend is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association (of which he is a past director), the Vermont Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Agricultural Law Association. He is very active in the community and focuses his energy every day to putting the justice system to work for local families.




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Please contact our personal injury attorneys at Cullenberg & Tensen. We handle personal injury claims dealing with auto accidents, farm accidents, workers compensation, construction accidents, defective products, asbestos, mesothelioma, wrongful death, premises liability, nursing home abuse, and dog bites. Our accident lawyers offer complimentary consultations in Concord, Keene, Lebanon, and Littleton, New Hampshire and Burlington, Vermont.