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Lowry & Associates Can Help After an Injury

If you or a loved one has been injured due to someone else's negligence, Lowry & Associates is here to help. Our dedicated team is committed to fighting for the rights of Maine residents, helping them navigate the complexities of personal injury law to secure the compensation they deserve. With decades of combined experience and a deep understanding of Maine's legal landscape, we advocate passionately on your behalf.

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Our Maine personal injury lawyers provide comprehensive legal representation to individuals across Maine who have suffered injuries from accidents that were not their fault. We are committed to delivering personalized service and thorough legal guidance, ensuring that your rights are protected throughout the legal process. We never charge for the initial consultation, and we only take a fee if we win for you, so you risk nothing by giving us a call and learning about your options. You have rights, and we are here to protect them.

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Getting Help is Easy

We will work with you to make it as easy as possible to seek the compensation you deserve. We take care of the work so you can focus on your recovery!

You Deserve Compensation

When you suffer serious injuries due to another person’s carelessness, you deserve compensation. We will help you pursue the money you deserve.

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During your free case review, you will get a better idea of the compensation you really deserve and how we can help you pursue it.

Why Choose Lowry & Associates?

Choosing the right legal representation can make a significant difference in the outcome of your case. We are a veteran-led business with over 50 years of success in the legal sphere. From car accidents and truck accidents to wrongful death incidents and product liability, our attorneys are equipped to handle a wide range of personal injury cases. At Lowry & Associates, our clients benefit from our:

  • In-depth knowledge of Maine’s personal injury laws.
  • Thorough investigative resources to uncover and present critical evidence.
  • Commitment to clear communication, keeping you informed every step of the way.
  • Determination to pursue the maximum compensation possible, reflecting the true extent of your injuries and losses.

Do You Have a Valid Maine Personal Injury Claim?

To determine whether you have a valid personal injury claim in Maine, consider the following key elements:

  1. Negligence: Was the injury caused by someone else’s carelessness or recklessness?
  2. Causation: Is there a direct link between the negligent act and your injury?
  3. Damages: Have you suffered quantifiable harm, such as medical expenses, lost wages, or pain and suffering?
  4. Our attorneys can offer a precise evaluation of your situation and help you understand your legal options.

Getting Our Clients REAL RESULTS


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Damages You Can Recover With a Successful Claim

Securing a successful personal injury claim in Maine can open the door to recovering various types of damages that compensate for both tangible and intangible losses. Our experienced attorneys at Lowry & Associates work diligently to ensure that all potential damages are thoroughly assessed and pursued so that you receive the fullest compensation you are entitled to. This includes everything from medical expenses and lost earnings to compensation for pain and suffering and more.

Economic damages provide compensation for the financial burdens that arise from an injury. These typically include:

  • Medical expenses: covering past, present, and expected future medical treatment
  • Lost wages: compensation for the earnings lost due to time away from work
  • Loss of earning capacity: compensation if your ability to earn a living has been permanently affected
  • Property damage: payment for repairs or replacement if personal property was damaged as a result of the accident

Our team meticulously calculates these costs to ensure that every financial impact of your injury is accounted for.

Non-economic damages compensate for the intangible losses that don’t have a direct financial cost but significantly impact your life. These damages can include:

  • Pain and suffering: for the physical discomfort and emotional distress experienced
  • Loss of enjoyment of life: if your ability to enjoy daily activities has been diminished
  • Emotional distress: including anxiety, depression, and other psychological impacts
  • Loss of consortium: compensation for the impact on the relationship between you and your spouse

At Lowry & Associates, we understand the profound effects these injuries can have on your quality of life and advocate for just compensation in every case.

See What Our Clients Are Saying About Us

5 Star Reviews

Two different doctors involved in my treatment had prior dealings with your firm.  Both commented on how impressed they were with the high standards of honesty and integrity of your firm.

-Diane K.
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The people you have working for the firm were courteous and very helpful.  I would recommend you to all my friends and family.   Thank you!

-Ricky G.
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I am very pleased with all of your help, and if I ever need any help again I’ll be sure to call your office!

-Mona S.
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Keep up the good work! I hope I do not…But if I ever do need another accident attorney, you are top on my list!

-Jason B.
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I was treated with the utmost respect and kindness, I can’t think of any suggestions that might help enhance your firm!

-Annelle G.
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Marie Lopez is a great lady.  She was up on everything!  I could call anytime and she had all the paperwork on hand!

-Lenora M.
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Most of the time I felt like your whole group was treating me like I was the only client!

-Rodney M.
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I really can’t comment on how to improve yourselves, but just to keep up with the way you handled my case.  I recommend you to all of my friends; it’s a pleasure knowing you’re out there!

-Michael S.
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Everyone was excellent, you could not ask for a better team of professionals working on your side!

-Misty B.
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The injuries from this experience caused me to lose an entire year from my life. The company responsible for this accident cared nothing about my well-being and refused to work with me. Despite the odds, your firm was willing to take my case. The staff that handled my case was absolutely courteous, friendly, and appeared interested in me and my well-being. I would highly recommend your firm. Thank you so much for your kind and friendly service.

-Rita B.

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Everything You Need To Know About Maine’s Comparative Negligence Rule

Maine operates under a “comparative negligence” rule, which could affect the compensation you receive in a personal injury case. Under this rule, you can still recover damages if you are partially at fault for the accident, as long as your responsibility is not greater than 49%. However, your compensation will be reduced by your percentage of fault. Understanding how this rule applies to your case is crucial, and our legal team can provide detailed insights and strategic advice to help you navigate these complexities.

Contact a Maine Personal Injury Attorney for a Free Consultation!

If you’re facing injuries and unsure about your next steps, don’t hesitate to reach out to the Maine personal injury lawyers at Lowry & Associates. We have offices in Portland and Bangor, and we offer a free consultation to discuss your case, providing a risk-free opportunity for you to learn more about your rights and how we can assist you. Contact us today to start the journey toward recovery and justice with a team that stands for excellence and compassion in legal representation.