Sabatini and Associates, LLC
Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers
Sabatini and Associates, LLC is a Connecticut personal injury law firm. For over 40 years, the law firm has been successfully representing injured people in personal injury cases. The firm serves its clients from two offices in Connecticut: Hartford, and its principal office in Newington.
The law firm represents people who have been injured in all types of accidents. The law firm represents people injured by prescription medication, medical devices, and medical malpractice.
The law firm does not represent defendants or insurance companies in personal injury cases. Each personal injury case is handled on a contingency fee basis.
Our personal injury attorneys handle cases throughout Connecticut in state and federal court. We represent Connecticut residents who have been injured in other states or countries. We also represent out-of-state residents who have been injured in Connecticut and elsewhere.
One Market Square
100 Pearl Street - 14th Floor
The personal injury lawyers at Sabatini and Associates, LLC handle all types of injury cases including car accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, drug and medical device injuries, product liability, wrongful death, and truck accidents.
For over 40 years, Sabatini and Associates have been delivering results to their personal injury clients. When you hire our attorneys, you hire a team. The attorneys and the firm's entire staff will work on your case from start to successful finish.
The attorneys at Sabatini and Associates represent people injured in car accidents throughout the State of Connecticut. Our lawyers also represent Connecticut residents injured in car accidents in other states.
Car accidents cause serious injuries and financial loss. The lawyers at Sabatini and Associates are here to maximize your financial recovery. Each car accident case is handled by the firm's team of attorneys and their staff. Each car accident case is handled on a contingency fee basis - no attorneys' fee and no costs until we are successful.
The attorneys at Sabatini and Associates represent people injured by defective products.
If you have been seriously injured by a defective product, our attorneys are ready to help. Product liability cases involve all types of products including medications, medical devices, motor vehicles, food, toys, industrial equipment, recreational vehicles and consumer products.
Sabatini and Associates represent people injured on the job. Our attorneys also handle cases involving workers' compensation retaliation and discrimination.
The workers' compensation attorneys at Sabatini and Associates help injured employee recover the full benefits they are entitled to under the law. Our attorneys will protect your employee rights should your employer terminate your job as a result of your work injury.
How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?
Our attorneys enjoy helping people. We help people by maximizing their financial reovery in personal injury cases.
What experience or education distinguishes your lawyers from others
When we try personal injury cases, we use computer technology in the courtroom. Computer technology can enhance the presentation of the case making the case more compelling to the jury.
What distinguishes your law firm from others?
Our attorneys try cases. If we cannot obtain a fair and just settlement for our client, we will go to trial and have the jury decide.
Born Hartford, Connecticut, September 29, 1971; admitted to bar, 1998, Connecticut; 1998, US District Court, District of Connecticut; 2004 United States Court of Federal Claims. Education: Hamilton College (B.A., 1994); Case Western Reserve University (JD, 1998). Member: Hartford County Bar Association, Connecticut and American Bar Associations; The American Association for Justice; Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.
- Bar Number: Connecticut Law Lice
Connecticut , 1998
- Case Western Reserve University School of Law
Created On: 03/10/2014
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