In An Accident?
Our Lawyers Fight For
Full And Fair Compensation
Portland Personal Injury Attorney
Our Practice Areas
YOUR CASE WILL NOT SPEAK FOR ITSELF
MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT ATTORNEY
At Terry Garmey & Associates, we help injured and economically damaged parties secure deserved financial compensation. We will establish the full and fair value of your case, access all possible recovery sources and get you concrete answers.
Our business litigation and personal injury attorneys in Portland handle some of the toughest cases in the state, and other lawyers throughout the state regularly refer clients to our firm for first-class representation. We offer free initial consultations, and we handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, covering all legal costs upfront.
Our Laywers Are Standing By.
Recent Case Results
After a trial of one and a half days a Kennebec County jury awarded more than Four Hundred Thousand Dollars to Katherine Marsters who was a passenger on a motorcycle struck by a car on Western Avenue in Augusta, Maine. The car was driven by Nancy Rogier, a retiree....
The top priority of all health care providers should be the health and safety of patients. Although technology and safety regulations in Maine and across the country have made medical procedures safer than ever before, sometimes it can seem that patient safety is...
Although not widely publicized, negligence in health care is one of the leading causes of death and injury in Maine and across the United States. It is true that technological advancements and stringent regulations have brought improvements to patient safety in recent...
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
PASSIONATE, COMMITTED ADVOCACY
We know big corporations and insurers want to ignore your claim, but we are ready to stand up for you against any opponent. We know insurance representatives and legal teams throughout the state well, and they know us well. They know that we will stand up to any challenge and do everything in our power to get what our clients deserve.
Ready to get the results you deserve?