Personal Injury

  • Automobile
  • Catastrophic injuries
  • Product defect
  • Medical negligence
  • Construction

If you or a loved one have been injured, Gilbert & Greif, P.A. is here to assist you. We understand that this is a stressful time. It is our goal to treat each client and each case with personal attention.

We have the experience and resources to identify responsible parties, investigate and maximize insurance coverage. We believe that favorable settlements are the result of hard work paired with careful attention to details.

While over 95% of cases are ultimately settled without trial, Gilbert & Greif’s experience at actually trying cases is important in bringing fair compensation to our clients. A command of the defense bar, knowledge of the insurance industry and close contact with doctors and other experts, means that our attorneys are always “ready for trial.”


Maine Law Blog

June 23, 2017: 30th anniversary of 1st Circuit decision in U.S. v. Daniels

On June 23, 1987, the US Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit handed down a decision authored by now US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer in United States v. Daniels. Charlie Gilbert represented Appellant Daniels. The appeals court held that the trial court had committed error by refusing to allow the Appellant to withdraw his guilty plea because the full terms of the plea agreement had not been fully disclosed to the court, as required by Rule 11 of the Criminal Rules. The omitted disclosure was the government’s position that all of the defendants had to plead guilty or none could, thus setting the stage for the other defendants to pressure this defendant to plead guilty. Therefore, the guilty plea may not have been voluntary as required by Rule 11, and the defendant should have been allowed to withdraw it.

2014 to mark Gilbert & Greif, P.A.'s 30th anniversary

In 1984, Peggy Gilbert hung out her shingle, and commenced the private practice of law in a small office on Harlow Street in Bangor.  While women were beginning to come to the bar in ever increasing numbers, not many undertook to start and run their own practice.

Spring is Annual Report Filing season here at Gilbert & Greif!

Every year at this time we remind our many corporate clients that the June 1st filing deadline is fast approaching and their Corporate Clerk, Charlie Gilbert, needs to know of any changes in the corporate structure