About Our Firm

No fee unless we win.

Skelton, Taintor & Abbott is an Auburn, Maine law firm, which traces its roots to 1853. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights and interests of Maine residents injured or killed by the negligent or reckless conduct of others.

We have successfully handled cases for thousands of personal injury victims throughout the state of Maine and have built long-lasting relationships with generations of clients. Because of our skill, experience and integrity, we have earned a reputation as one of the state’s most respected law firms.

We routinely handle personal injury and wrongful death cases in a variety of areas, including:

Our attorneys hail from strong academic and professional backgrounds, and many of them have been honored for their accomplishments and ethics by receiving the highest ratings possible in the distinguished legal directory, Martindale-Hubbell®, as well as being listed in publications such as Best Lawyers® in America and New England Super Lawyers.

For more than a century and a half, our attorneys have dedicated themselves to community service. In addition to consistently delivering successful results for our clients, our attorneys donate their time and expertise to community boards, executive committees, charitable causes and civic activities. We believe we can play an important role in fostering positive growth in our communities.

Personal injury claims are governed by a statute of limitations, which can vary depending upon the type of case, so it’s important to act promptly. We will review your case and determine whether you are entitled to compensation and provide you with legal options that best represent your interests.

If you need help with an injury or wrongful death case, contact the Maine personal injury attorneys at Skelton, Taintor & Abbott at (207) 784-3200 or contact us online to learn more about your legal options.

We serve clients throughout the state of Maine, including the cities and towns of Auburn, Rockland, Waterville, Augusta, Bangor, Lewiston, Biddeford, Portland and South Portland and Androscoggin, Cumberland and York counties.