Briggs & Wholey LLC
Contact: Alison Wholey Briggs
815 Commercial Street
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: (207) 596-1099
Hours: (M-F) 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment
Toll Free: (888) 596-1099
Fax: (207) 596-7401



Your legal matter is not ordinary. Size can be an asset for some businesses, but it is overrated for purposes of choosing a personal injury law firm. And just as you wouldn't go to your family doctor for cancer treatment, you need a personal injury lawyer in Maine with Personal Injury Trial Experience. How many times have injured people like you gone to a large law firm and been overcharged and under-served by someone who does not know you, or care about you or your problems?

At Briggs & Wholey, personal injury law is what we do--it’s all we do.  We focus exclusively on personal injury cases.  All personal injury cases.

If you, or a family member, have been injured as a result of someone else's negligence, you need a skilled litigator on your side.  Someone with the knowledge and resources to prove your claim.  Contact us today to schedule a free, private consultation to see if you have a case.  (207) 596-1099



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Our attorneys will pursue the largest possible recovery for our clients and their families, because we know that results matter.


Client Meetings: Portland . Augusta . Rockport . Bangor . Ellsworth . Presque Isle

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Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse

Many seniors are nervous about going to a nursing home, and understandably so. But it can be hard to tell the difference between nervousness about being in a new environment, unfounded fears related to age-related changes in mental status, and signs that something is actually wrong in the ...
Time to Move Forward: Maine Infant Mortality Panel ...

As a Registered Nurse and Maine attorney, I think his would be a good time to get behind Maine’s Maternal and Infant Mortality Review Panel. With a very tight State budget, and legal restrictions on obtaining details on specific infant deaths, the Panel meets on March 29th to address a path ...
Know How You Fell?  Maine Law: Proving What Happened

Your child fell. Your child really fell. And she’s very badly hurt. Sometimes the reason for a fall is obvious: our daughter fell is because the landlord is supposed to keep the steps free of ice, but didn’t, and the ice had been there since last night when you asked the landlord to please get ...
A Different Kind of Prejudice

"Prejudice" is not always about race, ethnic origin, or gender. In some legal instances, the phrase "with prejudice" might mean that you aren't going to lose your house. The Maine Supreme Judicial Court recently decided that a homeowner was entitled to have the bank follow strict procedural ...
Out in the Cold: Who is Responsible for Dangerous Road ...

Although this winter has been surprisingly mild, we still face the prospect of several major snow and ice storms before spring. As Mainers, most of us have become accustomed to dealing with harsh winter weather conditions, in part because we rely on our state and local governments to take ...

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