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Maine Personal Injury Lawyers

Maine personal injury lawyers are known for their love of the cold as they work in such locations as Portland, Bangor, Presque and Rumford. It is important that the Maine personal injury lawyers keep in touch with recent law changes in the state as well as recent high-profile cases so that they may litigate effectively on their clients' behalf.

 

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The Maine State Bar Association was formally created by an act of the Maine Legislature on March 6, 1891 "for the purpose of promoting the interests of the legal profession and of instituting legal reforms." The first meeting was held in the State House on March 19, 1891, and annual dues were set at one dollar. There were 281 members that first year (less than a tenth of today's membership), from all of Maine's 16 counties, and the newborn organization's first-year focus was on reforming the state's legal and judicial system.

Over time, the Maine Legislature enacted many of the measures proposed and supported by the MSBA, such as the creation of the Superior Court and a "Law and Equity Act" permitting cases to be transferred from one court to another without being dismissed.

The Association also worked successfully to improve the standards of admission to the Maine bar and the education requirements for Maine lawyers. As the MSBA's first president, Charles Libby, put it, "It is not to be forgotten that the character and quality of education of the bar does not concern alone its members, but affects as well public and private interests."

Maine Personal Injury Lawyers

News Briefs:

The Maine Supreme Court has thrown out a class action lawsuit against the Bayview Crematory in Seabrook. The Maine personal injury lawyers representing the families of the deceased will now have to bring forth their own individual lawsuits against the company.

The higher court threw out the reckless and negligent infliction of emotional distress charge. The negligence charge is still intact, however and the individual Maine personal injury lawyers may still sue on behalf of the families for this lesser charge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


 

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