An attentive and informative Danbury attorney committed to giving clients practical advice
For the past 25 years, attorney Christopher G. Winans' pragmatic attitude and exceptional legal skills have helped him make the logical, sensible legal choices of utmost benefit to his clients. That's one of the reasons why the firm has a BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell listing.
Attorney Christopher G. Winans attentively listen to your concerns, clearly and precisely explains potential legal strategies to you, and shares his in-depth knowledge of the area of the law where you need help. He takes pride in effectively solving your case and meeting your legal needs in a way that is pleasing to you.
Christopher G. Winans, P.C. can help you with legal matters in the following areas of law:
-Landlord and tenant law
Our law firm is dedicated to providing you with the most cost effective results:
Our commitment to our clients is our number one priority. Attorney Christopher G. Winans has the experience, knowledge and skills to help you reach a favorable outcome in your case. He works hard to obtain the best resolution for you in the most cost-effective, timely and efficient manner possible.
100 Mill Plain Road, Fourth Floor, Plaza West
Danbury CT 6811
When legal disputes disrupt your business or personal life, having a committed, knowledgeable attorney to zealously advocate on your behalf brings comfort and peace of mind.
Christopher G. Winans, P.C. represents Connecticut businesses, families and individuals in litigation, arbitration, and mediation. I can help you with all types of general civil litigation in state and federal courts, including:
-Breach of contracts
-Personal injury claims
Put a strong, determined litigator to work for you
Attorney Christopher G. Winans, P.C. knows your time is valuable. That is why he stresses efficiency throughout the process of resolving your disputes. He offers his clients:
-Individual attention. When you retain Christopher G. Winans, P.C., you receive the care, time, and attention you deserve.
-A more cost-efficient model. Christopher G. Winans, P.C. constantly seeks ways to cut your costs while maintaining the high level of legal services you expect and deserve.
-Integrity. Trial attorney Christopher Winans takes pride in providing you with straightforward, honest answers. He answers all of your questions and ensures you fully understand the litigation process and what to expect as your case moves forward. Clients rely on Christopher G. Winans, P.C. to help them set realistic expectations.
-A focus on success. Christopher G. Winans, P.C. always has your best interest in mind. If protracted litigation is the only solution to achieve the proper outcome, Christopher G. Winans, P.C. is ready. If settling your case early on will achieve the best result, he will take the time to explain why it is in your best interest to settle instead of engaging in lengthy litigation.
Ready for Trial:
Christopher G. Winans, P.C. has the determination, tenacity, and skill required to successfully litigate your case when litigation provides the best means of resolving your legal issues. Attorney Winans' professional courtroom demeanor and meticulous preparation give him an edge as an assertive, strategic advocate.
-Landlord and tenant law
District of Connecticut, 1988
U.S. District Court, 1988
U.S. Supreme Court; 1991
U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York and U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 1993
Rutgers University Law School, J.D.
Associations & Memberships:
Danbury and Connecticut Bar Associations
Research Law Clerk, Superior Court, Connecticut Judicial Department, 1986 - 1988. Partner, Pinney, Payne, Burrell, Wolfe and Dillman, P.C., 1993 - 1997. Member, Sullivan, Biraglia, Winans & Eberhard, 1997 - 2003. Partner, Burrell and Winans, 2003 to present. Board Member and Treasurer, Housing for All, Inc. (non-profit).
Chapin v. Freedom of Information Commission, 22 Conn. App. 316 (1990); Mitchell v. Mitchell, 31 Conn. App. 331 (1993); Ridgebury Group v. Mitchell, 31 Conn. App. 938 (1993); Scala v. Datahr Rehabilitation Institute, 38 Conn. App. 906 (1995); McKeever v. Fiore, 78 Conn. App. 783 (2003); Tuccio v LaMonica, 116 Conn. App. 527 (2009).
Rutgers University Law School