Worker’s compensation law in Maine is a constantly changing area of practice. Alterations in the law occur as the result of Legislative changes in the Maine Worker’s Compensation Act, the Maine Worker’s Compensation Board which amends its rules, and by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court which interprets the
statutes and rules.
The practice at Richardson, Whitman, Large & Badger is primarily focused on the representation of insurers and employers. The firm has over 20 years of experience in handling these cases. The bulk of cases involve defending the employer and insurance carriers on worker injuries. The firm also represents both large and small employers on uninsured claims which may allege discrimination under the Worker’s Compensation Act.
Due to the constant change of laws and regulations, prospective clients are encouraged to contact the firm directly regarding representation in order to obtain up-to-date information. This will ensure prospective clients receive reliable and accurate information.