Berman & Simmons News Articles

  • Maine Supreme Court Upholds $2 Million Jury Award

    A jury in Bangor today awarded $2 million to a Penobscot County man in a medical malpractice case against Eastern Maine Medical Center and a hand surgeon. The verdict in favor of Robbie Nason, 49, of Greenbush, concluded a weeklong civil trial at Penobscot County Superior Court.

  • Berman & Simmons Attorney Susan Faunce Appointed to the Local Rules Committee of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine

    Berman and Simmons attorney Susan Faunce has been appointed by the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine to serve on the Local Rules Advisory Committee, effective March 1. Chief District Judge Jon D. Levy made the announcement. The Local Rules Advisory Committee studies the rules of practice and makes recommendations to the Court concerning its rules and procedures […]

  • Berman and Simmons Attorney Mike Bigos Presents at National Trial Lawyers Meeting

    Berman and Simmons attorney Mike Bigos presented a legislative and political update to the Council of Presidents of state trial lawyer associations from across the country. The meeting was held at the American Association for Justice (AAJ) winter convention in Miami, Florida. Bigos discussed the recent election results, including a pro-civil justice Governor and majority in the State Senate. He […]

  • Berman and Simmons Attorney Susan Faunce Advocates for Women Lawyers

    Berman and Simmons Attorney Susan Faunce has been elected to serve as the Women’s Law Section representative on the Maine State Bar Association Board of Governors. This member-run committee provides women lawyers a forum to network, explore professional development opportunities and discuss issues of interest to women attorneys. Susan works in Berman and Simmons’ Lewiston office, representing client claims involving […]

  • Berman and Simmons Sponsors National Trial Competition

    The law firm Berman and Simmons continues to demonstrate its commitment to the community by sponsoring the New England Regional Tournament of the National Trial Competition hosted by The University of Maine School of Law February 7-10, 2019. The competition was established in 1975 to give up-and-coming law students the opportunity to gain experience in trial practice, help them to […]

  • Berman and Simmons Names Travis Brennan as new Shareholder

    The law firm of Berman & Simmons recently named trial attorney Travis Brennan as its newest shareholder. Travis represents clients in claims involving medical malpractice, personal injury, and defective products. Since joining the firm in 2014 he has successfully litigated dozens of cases across Maine in both state and federal court. Travis’ work has been recognized by leading national legal […]

  • Attorney Adam Arguelles joins Berman & Simmons

    Attorney Adam Arguelles has joined the Berman & Simmons law firm where he represents clients in medical malpractice, wrongful death, and personal injury cases, from the firm’s Lewiston office. Prior to joining Berman & Simmons, he dedicated nearly a decade to federal government service. Most recently, Adam clerked for Judge John A. Woodcock, Jr. of the United States District Court […]

  • Berman & Simmons continues to give back during the holidays

    As part of the firm’s continuing commitment to the communities it serves, law firm Berman & Simmons has selected three local nonprofits to partner with during the 2018 holiday season: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Maine, The Root Cellar and Community Cat Advocates. The firm is supporting these organizations with holiday gifts and much needed supplies. The Ronald McDonald House […]

  • Osgood building restoration earns Maine Preservation Award

    The historic restoration of the Osgood Building on Lisbon Street was acknowledged by Maine Preservation with a 2018 Honor Award, one of just 13 designations celebrating outstanding examples of historic preservation and revitalization statewide and recognizing the owners, professionals, preservationists and partners who make them possible. The Osgood Building is a four-story, white brick building that rises above the downtown. […]

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