RW Attorney Ed Bearor helps client reach settlement with Veazie

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

Rudman Winchell Managing Partner Edmond J. Bearor recently represented former long time Veazie employee Allan Thomas in his claim against the town. On Wednesday Bearor and Thomas reached a tentative monetary settlement with the town. Thomas served as the tax assessor and code enforcement officer for 21 years. He quit last month after the Town Council voted not to reappoint him.

Thomas resigned in a meeting that took place on his first day returning to full-time work after knee surgery. He also was receiving treatment for melanoma, an aggressive form of skin cancer.

“I had come right from my oncologist, who told me I had two weeks to two years to live,” Thomas said in a recent interview.




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