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PORTLAND INJURY LAWYERS HELPING VICTIMS THROUGHOUT MAINE
Have you or a family member had life turned upside down by an unexpected injury? Have you been forced to stop working, and now face a mounting pile of medical bills? Have you lost your sense of yourself, your special spark?
At Gideon Asen LLC, our lawyers and caring staff have decades of experience helping those injured because of careless or wrongful conduct—whether the wrongdoer is a driver, doctor, multi-national corporation or insurance company. You should not be forced to live and suffer from the consequences of another’s bad choices.
Lots of lawyers make fancy claims. We have the results. No other lawyers in Maine have recovered more money for their clients over the past decade than we have. We are here to help. More than help, we offer to stand and fight for you—to be your CHAMPION.
What Should I Do If I Have Been a Victim of Medical Malpractice?
YOU HAVE QUESTIONS. WE GET ANSWERS.
Clients often come to us for our specialized expertise handling medical malpractice cases, knowing only that they or their family member has suffered a devastating medical injury caused by questionable medical care. It can be hard to know why the medical injury happened, because doctors are often not up front in explaining it.
Our free Medical Malpractice Case Evaluation Process is guaranteed to get you the answers you deserve. Take a look below, then give us a call for a free consultation today!
How the process works
Initial Telephone Case Overview: Contact us to schedule a 30–60 minute call with an attorney to discuss the facts of your case.
Medical Record Request: We will gather pertinent medical records and diagnostic imaging.
Record Review. We will review your medical records carefully.
Case Evaluation Meeting. We will meet with you to review our detailed evaluation and recommendations for the case.
Expert Review. If we recommend moving forward with the case, we will retain highly qualified medical experts to support your case.
For a law firm committed to giving back to the community and the planet.
Ben and Taylor believe that we all have an obligation to preserve our planet so that it will be safe, habitable and prosperous for our children and grandchildren. For this reason, Gideon Asen has committed to returning 1% of its annual revenues to environmental causes as a member of 1% for the Planet. To date, Gideon Asen is the only law firm in Maine to have made this commitment.
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HOW CAN HIRING THE RIGHT PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY HELP ME WIN MY CASE?
If you’ve been hurt in an accident and are seeking monetary compensation in a case with the potential for a significant settlement or jury verdict, no decision will be as important as which lawyer you choose to handle your case. If you don’t think it matters, ask yourself this: How many Superbowls do you think the Patriots would have won without Brady and Belichick?
For serious cases of high monetary value, or complicated cases, like medical malpractice, industrial, maritime, trucking and product defect cases, the difference in lawyers can mean the difference between winning and losing or getting a low settlement or a high settlement.
Before hiring any lawyer to take on your case, you should ask some questions to vet them accordingly. If a lawyer cannot answer these questions to your satisfaction, keep looking.
But Don’t Just Take
Our Word For It
For Answers To All Your Questions
Can I get paid even if I was partially at-fault for my accident?
Can my employer fire me after an on-the-job injury?
Can I sue my doctor for prescribing a defective drug?
Am I covered by worker’s compensation if I work on a ship at sea?
How long does it take for me to receive my settlement?
HOW LONG DO I HAVE TO FILE A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM IN MAINE?
The Statute of Limitations for personal injury actions in Maine is six years from the date of injury (tolled for minors until age 18). This is one of the longest statutes of limitations of any State in the country. However, it is never a good idea to wait, because witness memories fade and important evidence such as the condition of the accident scene, crash vehicles, video or audio surveillance, or damaged equipment and machinery, may be lost if not secured promptly following an incident. The investigation of the claim should begin almost immediately following any serious accident.
Note that different deadlines may apply to personal injury claims against the State of Maine (365-day notice requirement) or Federal Government (2-year notice of claim deadline). Also, the Statute of Limitations for medical malpractice actions in Maine is three years from the date of the alleged malpractice event.
For Resources & Tips
Find answers to your personal injury questions and understand your rights with the latest updates from our firm. Our personal injury attorneys share key pieces of information every personal injury victim should know.
Why Should I Choose Gideon Asen LLC?
We strive to be great. We do that because you deserve to have a great lawyer, and because it’s just how we’re wired. We are proudly not like other lawyers or law firms. If we take your case, we will fight for you like nobody else will. Let Us Be Your Champion.
If you are interested in working with us, contact us for a free, no-pressure consultation and case evaluation by calling (207) 206-8982 or emailing Tim Grose at firstname.lastname@example.org. We have three convenient Maine locations in Portland, Bangor and New Gloucester. Our Portland office is in the heart of downtown Portland, and less than 5 miles from the Portland International Jetport (PWM). We are located less than 10 minutes from the University of Southern Maine and just 5 minutes from Harbor View Memorial Park.
Our Bangor office is next to the U.S. District Court in Bangor. We are also licensed to practice law in the neighboring States of New Hampshire and Vermont, and regularly handle cases and conduct trials in those states. We have also handled cases successfully in many other jurisdictions across the country, including Michigan, Florida, New York, and South Carolina.