The Law Offices of Paradie, Rabasco & Seasonwein, P.A. is open for business with a twist. We continue to represent clients in personal injury, criminal, family law matters and worker’s compensation and social security disability cases. We are conducting initial consultations and client meetings via telephone and video conferencing. In some cases, the Courts are also starting to use video conferencing as a means to keep the system moving forward during this time. Attorney Seasonwein continues to serve as a mediator facilating mediations via video conferencing. There are no additional costs to participate by video conferencing other than the mediation fees for services rendered. For more information about Attorney Seasonwein’s mediation practice, please visit: https://www.mainemediators.org/Sys/PublicProfile/51799634/4235315
With over 70 years of experience combined as family law, personal injury, employment discrimination, and criminal defense attorneys in Maine, The Law Offices of Paradie, Rabasco & Seasonwein, P.A. has the resources and the passion to give a voice to people who have suffered personal injury, financial harm, or been accused of a crime.
As skilled and aggressive attorneys, we give honest, practical legal advice. With our experience in the court room, we have developed formidable negotiation and courtroom skills that ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.
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