Personal Injury Attorneys
Fales & Fales has been serving the needs of personal injury clients in Androscoggin, Oxford, and Franklin Counties for over a century. Our mission is to assure complete client satisfaction and to obtain on behalf of the client the maximum possible settlement or verdict. We are professional, dedicated, and skillful.
Professional. Dedicated. Skillful.
Fales & Fales, P.A. is a Lewiston, ME law firm that represents personal injury victims and families that have lost loved ones due to wrongful death. The firm’s attorneys, Anthony K. Ferguson and Jennifer Nichols Ferguson, have recovered millions of dollars in compensation for individuals and families in cases involving negligence, intentional misconduct, dangerous premises, and product defects. Following the philosophy that each case is truly unique, Anthony and Jennifer work closely with their clients in order to uncover facts that can help them pursue claims for the largest possible settlements and verdicts for their clients’ losses.
Founded in 1891, Fales & Fales has served the residents of Androscoggin, Franklin, Oxford, Cumberland, and the surrounding counties for more than a century. Originally housed in a one-room structure at Chapel Street Alley and Main Street, the firm has called 192 Lisbon Street in downtown Lewiston its home since 1975. Attorneys Anthony Ferguson and Jennifer Ferguson have retained the firm’s name and location out of respect for the firm’s founders and to preserve its place and legacy in Lewiston history.
Today, Fales & Fales is at the forefront of personal injury litigation in Maine. The firm has obtained numerous six- and seven-figure settlements and verdicts for its clients, and Anthony Ferguson is well-known for having won the largest personal injury verdict (nearly $4.4 million) in the state’s history. In representing their clients, Anthony and Jennifer – partners in law and in life – work together to craft compelling legal arguments rooted in the case law that they have helped to develop over the past 30 years.
A $2 million settlement for a fatal car accident. A $1 million settlement for a driver who suffered back injuries in a rear-end collision. $350,000 recovered for a man who suffered injuries when his pharmacist made an error in filling his prescription. Anthony and Jennifer Ferguson’s case results speak for themselves. If you are looking for experienced, personalized representation for an auto, ski, or other accident claim in Maine, you will be hard-pressed to find a firm with higher credentials and a stronger reputation than Fales & Fales.
Anthony and Jennifer strongly believe that an accident should not ruin the victim’s life. While the damage can never truly be undone, using the justice system to obtain financial compensation is an important step toward coping with the losses caused by someone else’s negligence or misconduct. If you need help recovering from an accident, the attorneys at Fales & Fales can help you fight for the compensation you deserve.
$1 Million Car Accident Settlement
A Monmouth man received a $1 million settlement for a low back disk herniation suffered when his vehicle was rear ended by another driver. The injury required fusion surgery.
$2 Million Wrongful Death Settlement
Before the start of trial, a settlement was reached for the estate of a local man who died after a collision with a driver who failed to see a stop sign.
$250,000 Verdict for Motorcycle Accident
An Androscoggin County jury awarded $250,000 to a Mechanic Falls man who suffered severe leg injuries in an accident caused by a driver who failed to stop for a red light.
$236,000 Slip and Fall Settlement
A tenant who slipped and fell in an icy parking lot at an apartment complex settled his claim against an Auburn landlord for $236,000. The tenant aggravated a pre-existing back condition in the fall and ultimately required surgery.
$350,000 Settlement for Prescription Error
A Greene man received a settlement $350,000 from a drugstore for injuries caused by a pharmacist’s error in filling a prescription. The man developed side effects from taking the wrong drug.