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  • The law firm of Gosselin & Dubord, P.A., in Lewiston, Maine, offers comprehensive legal services in a variety of practice areas to meet the needs of individuals, families and businesses throughout the region. Serving Lewiston, Auburn and the rest of Androscoggin County, the attorneys at the law firm deliver high-quality, cost-effective representation and legal counsel to clients who have legal...

  • Founded in 1976, McTEAGUE, HIGBEE, CASE, COHEN, WHITNEY & TOKER, P.A. is among the most progressive law firms in the State of Maine. Its thirteen lawyers concentrate their practice in personal injury, workers' compensation, labor law, workplace discrimination and other areas of law which affect the daily lives of Maine citizens. The Firm's expertise extends to protecting the needs of its...

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    At the Law Offices of Dylan Boyd, our attorneys handle several different legal concerns, including state and federal criminal allegations. From our firm in Portland, Maine, we represent people in all phases of litigation as well as negotiation. Some of the specific charges we take on include assault, drug offenses, theft and traffic violations. Additionally, we provide focused representation for...

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    With offices in Rockland, Maine, and Westborough, Massachusetts, The Law Office of Daintria W. McClure, C.P.A, provides comprehensive elder law and estate planning services to clients of all ages and at all stages of life. Founding lawyer, Ms. McClure’s legal practice encompasses asset protection, tax planning, estate planning, long-term care planning and probate services, including Medicaid...

  • For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Gilbert & Greif, P.A. have assisted individuals in Bangor and throughout Maine with their most pressing legal matters. We specialize in personal injury and employment law, and our approach is collaborative. To best serve our clients, it is important to us that we come to know them personally. In matters of personal injury, our lawyers provide...

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