Case Stats

  • This gives referring lawyers and the outside world the exact same information we use in-house for quality control. Intakes need to be accepted / declined and cases need to be resolved! Justice delayed is justice denied.
  • Intakes Under Review 45 
  • Referred Cases from other lawyers state and nationwide 94%
  • Median Time First Contact to Decline 14 days (most cases are reviewed w/ an indication of merit within 72 hours)
  • Median Time First Contact to Accepted/Filed Cases 9 weeks
  • Median Time Case Filing to Resolution 1.8 years

archive for May, 2013

  • Reckless Vacuum Extraction Causes Severe Birth Trauma

    Lesti Maj ppa Zayliah Meade v Yale New Haven Hospital (Filed in New Haven March 2013) Our client was laboring with her first baby and after many hours asked for a c-section. The doctors ignored her repeated requests and instead attempted a vacuum extraction. The extraction was attempted multiple times and caused skull fractures, brain swelling, and neurological damage. We are very sensitive to bringing cases in the area of birthing because it is often not fair to blame medical staff for the normal risks associated with childbirth. Here however the doctors intervened in such a reckless manner and without regard to the MORE

  • Car Passengers Struck By Speeding Train

    Mouning et al v. Metro North (Filed New Haven, May 2013): Mouning and his associate were passengers in a car that was struck by a speeding metro north train at a notoriously dangerous crossing in Redding, CT with a partial sight line. The railroad knew the crossing was dangerous for years and claims to have planned to fix it and install control gates for years but never did.  Mouning and Redmond were badly injured and two others were killed.  Shortly after the strike the gates were installed at the crossing . Related articles Official: Broken Rail Eyed In Conn. Train MORE

How to Use Case Builder

Case Builder contains two helpful categories: cases we are working on now and our past results. Case Builder is a novel concept. Our web designer said we should have this information fixed in a web page. We disagreed—thinking that just like our practice is always changing the case builder should be an ever-changing description of where we are right now—not last month or a year ago.

Current Cases

Past Results

National Board of Trial Advocacy

US News Best Law Firms 2017

Super Lawyers Top 50 New England Lawyers

Super Lawyers Top 10 Connecticut Lawyers

Martin Hubbell Peer Review Rated

CLTA Board of Govenors