For the best results, you need the best Maine liquor liability, lawyers
Proving a liquor liability claim and providing full compensation to the victims requires a law firm with the necessary expertise and experience, a proven track record of success, the resources to take on any opponent, and a fearless approach to litigation. In Maine, we are proud to be that “go-to” firm.
Under the Maine Liquor Liability Act, sellers or “servers” of alcohol include servers in bars, restaurants, stores, and other establishments, and even non-licensed “social hosts” who recklessly or negligently serve alcohol to a minor or visibly intoxicated person in their home. In these cases, however, time is of the essence. The Maine Liquor Liability Act gives victims just a brief window of time to provide a notice of intent to file a lawsuit.
You focus on recovery. We take care of the rest.
After an injury, your attention can be pulled away from the one place where it should be, on your health and recovery. Instead, you face the pressure of creditors, employers, and insurance companies that often try to place the blame on you, the victim.
We can turn the tables in your favor. While our lawyers aggressively work to maximize your financial award, our caring and responsive staff can help reduce your stress as you recover. We take the time to listen to you, understand your concerns, and come up with solutions that can make your life better including obtaining payment for or deferral of your debts until your case is resolved.
With us in your corner, you can focus on your health, and get back to living your life.
Liquor Liability Tips and Tools: What should I do if I’ve been injured in a motor vehicle accident by a drunk driver in Maine?
Taking some basic steps after a car accident can make the difference between a legal claim that fails and one that provides fair compensation for you and your family. Here are our suggestions for you to follow, if possible.
- Immediately report the accident to the police (911).
- Get the name of the other driver and license, registration and insurance information, and the names of any witnesses.
- Seek immediate medical attention for your injuries, even if you think they are minor.
- Report the accident to your own insurer but do not give a signed or recorded statement before talking to your lawyer.
- Take your own photographs of the damage to vehicles and any visible injuries that you have suffered.
- Do not discuss the accident with any representative of the other driver’s insurance company before talking with your lawyer.
- Call an experienced personal injury trial lawyer who specializes in car accident cases and one who is prepared to go to court, if necessary to win your case.