Carol I. Eisenberg
A lawyer since 1995, Carol handles a variety of insurance defense matters. Much of her practice is representing professionals before regulatory boards and in lawsuits, including doctors, dentists, nurses, social workers, real estate agents, insurance agents and others. Her general litigation practice includes defending personal injury and premises liability suits, as well as representing injured plaintiffs in personal injury cases.
Born in Atlanta, Georgia, Carol made her way to Maine to attend Colby College, from which she graduated cum laude with distinction in philosophy in 1985. After graduation, Carol worked for various nonprofits in development and event planning before becoming the recycling coordinator for Regional Waste Systems, where she conceived, implemented, and administered a recycling program for 31 communities in greater Portland. Carol attended the University of Maine School of Law where she was a staff member and editor of the Maine Law Review. She received her J.D. magna cum laude in 1995.
Carol and her husband, David, a school teacher, enjoy ferry rides each day to and from their home on Peaks Island in Casco Bay. They have two daughters and one son. Carol volunteers on the boards of Cleaves Law Library and the Friends of the Peaks Island Library, and on the Maine-National Children's Study Community Advisory Board.