Maine Litigation Lawyer: David M. Lipman: Lipman & Katz

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David M. Lipman

Maine Litigation Lawyer David M. Lipman

David Lipman has been involved in an aggressive litigation practice his entire career. He has had multiple trials and successes in the areas of personal injury, land disputes, corporate disputes, and building and construction disputes. David has been noted for his thoughtful and creative solutions to complex problems.

David has lectured extensively on various litigation topics.

David and his brother, Sumner Lipman, obtained what was for many years the largest state court verdict in the history of the State of Maine for medical malpractice.

David only represents injured people in personal injury cases (not insurance companies) and has obtained substantial verdicts and settlements in hundreds of personal injury claims. In addition, David has an active practice representing individuals and small businesses on various contractual matters.

In 2019, David was once again selected for the AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell, showing that he has reached the height of professional excellence. He also has been recognized as Lead Counsel Rating in Personal Injury-Plaintiff.

David Lipman, Martindale-Hubbell Preeminent

David has been an active member of the Augusta community. He is a founding member of the Capital Area Soccer Club and on the board of directors at the Bicycle Coalition of Maine. David is married with three adult children and three grandchildren; he enjoys cycling, skiing and golf.

Areas of Practice: Personal injury litigation, commercial litigation and construction litigation. Admitted to the Maine bar in 1974.

Education: Phillips Exeter Academy; Columbia UniversityUniversity of Michigan (B.A. 1971); Boston University (J.D., magna cum laude, 1974).

Member: Kennebec County Bar Association (President, 1981-1982); Maine State Bar Association (Treasurer, 1988-1991); The American Association for JusticeMaine Trial Lawyers AssociationAmerican Board of Trial Advocates.