Areas of Practice

Solving Problems One Client at a Time

Our practice is devoted to representing individual clients against employers, school districts, insurance companies, or government agencies. Clients hire us to resolve personal problems which often arise under difficult circumstances. Our job is to find real solutions to real problems. One Client at a Time.

Our practice is focused on the following areas of law:

Disability Rights

Disability Rights

A significant part of our practice involves representation of individuals with disabilities who have been subjected to unlawful discrimination, including employment discrimination, educational discrimination, family and medical leave discrimination, and housing discrimination. Unfortunately, despite…

Employment Law

Employee Rights

Whether you have been wrongfully terminated, been subject to discrimination or harassment, are owed unpaid wages, or your current or former employer has retaliated against you for reporting violations of law or making a …

Special Education Law

Special Education Law

Advocacy for Parents and Students under Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Drafting and Enforcement of Individualized Education Plans (IEP), Student Discipline (Suspensions and …

Personal Injury

Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation

Peter Clifford is an experienced and highly rated Maine attorney who specializes in personal injury. Feel free to call him now …

Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation

Clifford and Clifford, LLC has a unique set of skills relating to commercial litigation. Pete has been practicing in this area since 1991, and, before law school, obtained a degree in finance. …

Criminal Defense

Criminal Defense and Juvenile Justice

Operating Under the Influence (OUI), Operating After Suspension (OAS), Major Driving Offenses, Immigration Offenses, Mail or Wire Fraud, Firearms, Narcotics, Drug Trafficking, Assault, Restraining Orders (Protections from Abuse or Harassment) and Representation of Minors. Jim’s …