“When you’re going through a crisis situation, it can be overwhelming. Dave Kreisler and Terry Garmey assured me that my job is to take care of my health, and they’ll handle the rest. These people are exceptional.”
- Larry Pixley
Terry Garmey & Associates is a Portland, Maine law firm that provides expert legal services in the areas of Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Products Liability, and a wide range of complex Civil Litigation.
The firm’s founding partner, Terry Garmey, is one of Maine’s most respected and effective trial lawyers. He has earned a national reputation and has obtained several multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. In 2011, Terry was named Personal Injury Litigator of the Year for Portland, Maine by Best Lawyers. Terry is also a member of the esteemed invitation-only American College of Trial Lawyers, a society of America’s best litigators, and is the only attorney from Maine to be invited to join the Inner Circle of Advocates, a group of the nation’s most elite plaintiff’s trial attorneys. He has represented clients throughout the country and in Europe.
Attorneys David Kreisler, Christiane Williams and Paul Greene are important members of the trial team and have worked with Terry for many years. Each member of the team brings to the table his or her own extensive knowledge and experience dealing with cases from complaint to settlement or verdict.
Whether your case involves a catastrophic injury, wrongful death or contract dispute, you can trust Terry and his dedicated team to provide the personalized attention and commitment you deserve. Contact us for a professional, compassionate and free consultation.
For Referring Attorneys
If you have a client whose medical malpractice, defective products, work site injury, auto accident, or other personal injury case requires a skilled, dedicated and battle proven law firm, think of us. We can create a relationship that suits your particular needs, great or small. We have great relationships with our referring attorneys contact us today to get started.