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Suzanne L. Johnson

For the past two decades, Suzanne has represented longshore workers advocating for their rights under the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Act.   She has been recognized by the National Asbestos/Mesothelioma Trial Lawyers Association and the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group for her representation of workers diagnosed with a disease related to their occupational exposure …

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Ira Sterling

Ira Sterling is an attorney whose practice is primarily focused on estate planning, probate, worker injury and elder law. As a graduate of University of Maine School of Law, Ira has learned of the needs of the Maine community and works hard to meet those needs every day. During law school, he worked as a …

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Kristen Start

As the probate administrator, she assists families after the death of a loved one by steering them through the probate process by completing the necessary court paperwork and balancing family dynamics. Kristen and Suzanne have worked together for nearly two decades, completing estate and distributive plans for hundreds of individuals and estates. They have found …

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Julie Colby

Julie has over thirty years of legal experience assisting workers who have been injured on the job, specializing in filing longshore claims, working with the Office of Worker’s Compensation Program based in Boston, Massachusetts, calculating benefits due to our clients and preparing cases for hearing before the federal office of administrative law judges.  She has …

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Charlie March

Charles March has been practicing workers compensation, employment disability, and injury law throughout Maine for thirty years. He now represents injured contractors from war-support employers, defense base injuries, worldwide. His clients have suffered severe injuries that often terminate their careers in the workplace. His specialty is helping workers transition their lives, first with disability benefits …

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