Rockport attorneys form Briggs & Wholey LLC
Rockport attorneys Don Briggs and Alison Wholey announced the formation of a limited liability company for the practice of law under the firm name of Briggs & Wholey LLC. The law firm has a statewide trial practice and specializes in serious personal injury cases.
Briggs has practiced law since 1979 and has handled thousands of personal injury cases in his career. He specializes in helping Maine victims of car accidents, medical malpractice and other personal injury negligence cases. He is a board certified Civil Trial Advocate, a past president of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association and a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He has been selected for inclusion by his peers in the 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America and has been named as a New England Super Lawyer for the past five years. Briggs is currently president of the Knox County Bar Association. He lives in Camden and is the father of William and Bailey Briggs.
Wholey is a Maine registered nurse, and has participated in multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of patients and their families, drawing on her experience as a registered nurse. Wholey has been practicing law since 1986. She is a member of the Joseph Halpern Inns of Court, a state delegate to the American Association for Justice, a member of the Maine State Bar Association, Maine Trial Lawyers Association, Knox County Bar Association and the Board of Governors for the Maine Trial Lawyers Association. Wholey is also a guardian ad litem. Wholey lives in Tenants Harbor and is the mother of Daniel and Anna Mynick. She has a large immediate family in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
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