- 4.6/5.0 (23 reviews)
Phillip, originally from Brattleboro, Vermont, now resides in Falmouth, Maine with his wife. Phillip has two young daughters and a son. In his free time, Phillip enjoys skiing, running, canoeing, reading history, playing and coaching baseball, and bike rides with his children.
AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
Board of Directors, Falmouth Little League
AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
April 9, 2015
Depositions - Something for Everyone
Phillip S. Bixby
Product Liability: Elevator
Jury verdict in favor of Defendant client in Penobscot County Superior Court in case in which Plaintiff alleged elevator fell five floors.
Product Liability: Powerboat
We partnered with outside counsel to win a jury trial in Maine Federal District Court in a case involving allegations that a boat motor was improperly situated, causing injury to Plaintiff's leg. The jury concluded that the boat was not defective, that the client manufacturer was not negligent, and that Plaintiff's own comparitive fault was the cause of his injuries.
Product Liability: Rock Crusher
Successful resolution of product liability claim against large manufacturer relating to injuries sustained when a hydraulic tube separated. Effective presentation of expert evidence in the metallurgical field showing preexisting metal damage, which enabled case to settle on favorable terms to client.
Professional Liability: Home Inspection
We successfully defended a Maine home inspector against claims for negligence and breach of professional duty in a home inspection in Kennebunk, Maine.
Professional Liability: Insurance Sales
Obtained summary judgment in favor of insurance salesperson accused of selling incorrect life insurance policy as well as breaches of trustee duties relating to service as trustee of irrevocable life insurance trust.
Tri-State Defense Lawyers Association
Maine State Bar Association
Vermont State Bar Association
Defense Research Institute
New Hampshire State Bar Association
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