Can My Social Media Posts Be Used as Evidence Against My Claim?
It’s no secret that in a world where people are constantly online, sharing, liking, and commenting on social media channels such as Facebook, TikTok, and...Read More
How Are Pain and Suffering Calculated in a Personal Injury Claim?
You may have heard this term tossed around when doing an internet search about personal injury claims. What does “pain and suffering” actually mean –...Read More
Can I Still Sue for an Injury After Signing a Waiver?
Maine is famous for its natural beauty and variety of outdoor activities, many of which don’t come without inherent risks of injury. From boating and...Read More
Making the Injured Plaintiff Whole: Maine Tort Damages in Practice
I) Introduction Those who have been injured in an accident suffer in a number of ways. Most immediately, they sense pain and a worsening of...Read More
Negligent Driving by Police Officers: Re-opening The Courthouse Door
The Maine Legislature has amended the Maine Tort Claims Act (MTCA) to provide a remedy for those injured by the negligent driving of police officers...Read More
$2.75 Million Settlement with United States Government on Behalf of Veteran Paralyzed by Spinal Epidural Abscess
Recently we represented a 38-year-old Marine Corps Veteran who suffered permanent paralysis after visiting the Togus VA Hospital in Augusta (Togus) in 2011. When we...Read More