Specialized – Experienced
Effective

Don’t face your workers’ compensation claim alone.
Have an experienced attorney on your side.

Specialized – Experienced
Effective

Don’t face your workers’ compensation claim alone. Have an experienced attorney on your side.

Protecting The Rights Of Individuals In The Greater Portland Area And Throughout Maine

Helping You Meet Your Legal Goals

An experienced attorney can make all the difference.

Workers’ Compensation

Guiding clients to positive resolution with more than two decades of experience.

Commonly Asked Questions

Providing insight to some of the mostly commonly asked workers’ compensation questions.

Litigating Workers’ Compensation Claims And Providing General Legal Counsel For Over Two Decades

If you were injured at work, get a free consultation with a lawyer in Portland, Maine, who has been litigating workers’ compensation claims throughout the state for more than 20 years. Workers’ compensation can be confusing and frustrating. Attorney Richard Bayer has the experience you can trust. In addition, Mr. Bayer has experience helping clients resolve a variety of other legal concerns including wrongful death claims. Whatever your legal matter, he understands it is likely one of the biggest stressors in your life at the moment, and he is ready to help.

American Bar Association Member 2020
2020 Member American Immigration Lawyers Association
Maine State Bar Association
Richard D. Bayer

Knowledgeable Legal Guidance You Can Trust

Dealing with a work injury or illness can be complicated and uncertain. If you are injured, you need solid legal advice. Over the last 20 years, Mr. Bayer has handled hundreds of Maine workers’ compensation claims. After working as a defense attorney specializing in workers’ comp claims, he opened The Bayer Law Office in 2020 to help injured Mainers in cases involving discrimination, retaliation, mental stress, wrongful death, third-party liability, chemical exposure, gradual cumulative trauma, nerve injuries, PTSD and other serious injuries.

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