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Negligent Driving by Police Officers: Re-opening The Courthouse Door
Personal Injury

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...

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$2.75 Million Settlement with United States Government on Behalf of Veteran Paralyzed by Spinal Epidural Abscess
Personal Injury

$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...

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Who Are These People on My Jury
General Law

Who Are These People on My Jury

After a jury returns a result that seems unfair or contrary to the evidence presented at trial, it is too late to ask “Who are...

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The Road to a $22.5 Million Jury Verdict
Industrial Accidents

The Road to a $22.5 Million Jury Verdict

In February 2014, after more than four and a half years of litigation and a three-week jury trial, a jury in Chittenden County, Vermont (Burlington)...

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Victims of the Abuse are Fighting Back
Child Abuse

Victims of the Abuse are Fighting Back

Just last week, an independent audit of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland revealed 11 new complaints of priest abuse against children — which occurred...

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The Jury Trial’s Last Stand: Wyeth v. Levine
Personal Injury

The Jury Trial’s Last Stand: Wyeth v. Levine

The Seventh Amendment provides for the right to a jury trial in all cases “where the value in controversy shall exceed twenty dollars.” It goes...

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