Braden M. Clement is a trial attorney with the firm of Skelton Taintor & Abbott in Auburn, Maine, concentrating his practice in:
- Personal Injury
- Civil Litigation
- Insurance Coverage
- Medical Malpractice
Braden also has experience representing individual clients in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including personal injury law, fire loss claims, insurance coverage disputes, real estate disputes, administrative matters, commercial disputes, professional licensing matters, professional malpractice, family law, and immigration.
Braden is a strong advocate for his clients’ best interests at all stages of litigation. He is motivated by a strong desire to help others overcome the legal and personal challenges in their lives. He 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 was selected for inclusion in New England Rising Stars© in the category of General Litigation in 2016, General Litigation and Personal Injury in 2017 and 2018, and General Litigation in 2019. He received Katahdin Counsel Recognition for his Pro Bono efforts in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Prior to joining Skelton Taintor & Abbott, Braden was an associate with another Maine law firm. He is a member of the Maine Bar 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.
While in law school, Braden achieved high honors as a student attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Refugee and Human Rights Clinic and was the recipient of the Charles A. Harvey, Jr. Trial Practice Immersion Fellowship. As a student attorney at the University of Maine School of Law, Braden participated in the inaugural year of the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic where he advocated for individuals seeking immigration status in the United States, including Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, Affirmative Asylum, and relief under the Violence Against Women Act.
Braden enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, who keep him busy and active.