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Toll Free: (855) 525-0150
15 Columbia Street, Suite 101 Bangor, ME 04401
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Dedicated to Your Needs

You deserve a strong and effective advocate to help resolve your legal matters. The attorneys at Dalton Law Offices, P.A. will assist you with your case to ensure you receive optimum legal representation, no matter the situation. The areas of law we focus on include:
 
  • Social Security
  • Disability
 
  • Personal Injury
  • Probate
 
  • Accidents
  • Wills
 
  • Estate Planning
 
 
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Social Security Disability & SSI

Qualifying for Social Security Disability and for SSI benefits is not easy. You must be considered “disabled” under Social Security’s rules and regulations. With over a decade of experience in obtaining benefits for Social Security claimants, DALTON LAW has the experience and skills necessary to win your claim. All of our Social Security disability cases at DALTON LAW are handled on a contingency fee basis, which means that it costs you nothing to meet with us, and we only charge a fee when we win your case.

Applying for and being denied Social Security benefits is a frustrating and time-consuming process. The majority of Social Security disability and SSI cases are denied initially. Many people who apply do not appeal their denials. The attorneys and staff at DALTON LAW can help you with your claim from the application through appeal.
 
 
Car Crash - Social Security Law
 

Personal Injury

If you or a loved one have suffered an injury in an auto accident or fall that is not your fault, you deserve the best personalized legal representation. At DALTON LAW, that means that you will have the personal attention of one of the firm's attorneys from the beginning of your case until the end. Though our primary office is in Bangor, Maine, we will travel to you.
 
 
Last Will - Social Security Law
 

Estate Planning

An estate plan allows a person through a will, a trust, or other document to make sure their property is passed on the way that they want, when they want, all the while potentially saving money in taxes, attorneys' costs, representation fee, and costs of court. A proper estate plan should provide instructions for your care if you become disabled, and should provide for the distribution of your assets and personal belongings upon your death to the persons you want to have them. The attorneys and staff at DALTON LAW have the tools and resources necessary to provide you with the estate plan that fits your needs.
 
Contact us today to discuss your Personal injury, Disability or Estate Planning needs.
 
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