Bangor Accident Attorney

When Mainers are injured in accidents in Bangor, Maine, they frequently turn to the Law Offices of Joe Bornstein for help. Why call Joe? Our legal professionals have built a reputation in Penobscot County and throughout Maine for getting accident victims the results they need. Whether you or someone you know was hurt or died in a car wreck or you need help with a medical negligence claim or a slip and fall claim, you need to get in touch with us as soon as possible to get started on your case.

Our law firm has offices throughout Maine, including a location in Bangor at 9 May Street, P.O. Box 776. Stop by or call us for a free case review.

Questions for a Bangor accident attorney

What types of cases in Bangor do you handle?

We handle a wide variety of cases involving negligence. While we represent clients injured car wrecks Interstate 95 or roads such as State Road 15  (Broadway) or SR 222 (Union Street), we also assist people facing losses from the negligence of doctors and other medical professionals. We may be able to help you if you were injured in a slip and fall accident at Bangor Mall or some other commercial establishment in the city. For more information, please see the links at the top of this page and click on any one of them. Don't hesitate to call us with your questions.

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Can I file a lawsuit for my accident?

Yes. Filing a lawsuit for your accident in Bangor may be the best way to get justice. But it's not the only way. When we hear from you about your circumstances, we will discuss your options. Often, cases involving accidents are settled before a lawsuit needs to be filed. If we do take your claim to court, we are prepared to argue on your behalf in front of a judge and jury.

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What kinds of damages can I recover?

Generally, in accident cases involving injury we pursue compensation for medical bills (past and future). While each case is different, depending on the circumstances we may seek other damages including loss of wages, pain and suffering, mental anguish, loss of consortium, among others.

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