Braden M. Clement is a shareholder, trial attorney and member of the Management Committee with the firm of Skelton Taintor & Abbott in Lewiston, Maine, concentrating his practice in:
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Insurance Coverage
- Civil Litigation
Braden works hard to help people who have suffered an injury through no fault of their own. He represents individual clients in a broad range of personal injury matters, including claims arising from car collisions, trucking accidents, dangerous products, medical and professional malpractice, defective medical devices, lead paint exposure, motorcycle crashes, snowmobile crashes, boating accidents, and bicycle accidents. Motivated and passionate for his work and his clients, Braden has secured millions of dollars in compensation for victims who have been injured by the carelessness and negligence of others.
Braden also represents clients in a variety of civil litigation matters, including premises liability, fire loss claims, insurance coverage disputes, boundary disputes, and commercial disputes. He is a strong advocate for his clients’ interests at each stage of a case. He has a strong desire to help others overcome the legal and personal challenges in their lives. Braden works closely with his clients to understand the issues in their case, identify their goals, and develop a clear strategy to achieve positive results as effectively and efficiently as possible.
Braden has been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers – Rising Stars© in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023. Prior to joining Skelton Taintor & Abbott in 2017, Braden was an attorney with another Maine law firm. He is a member of the Maine Bar Association and the Maine Trial Lawyers Association.
Braden received his law degree, cum laude, from the University of Maine School of Law and his Master’s Degree from Tufts University. He received his B.A. from Bowdoin College where he was also a captain of the varsity men’s basketball team.
Braden was born and raised in Skowhegan. Like many Mainers he has known, he believes there is no substitute for rolling up his sleeves and going to work every day. When he is not working, he enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, who keep him busy and active.