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Charles ReedLoughlin FitzGerald, P.C.
150 South Main Street, Wallingford, CT
5.0 stars 16 reviewsAvvo Rating: 10LicensedCharlie joined Loughlin FitzGerald, P.C. in 1998, after working at Wiggin and Dana, LLP, one of Connecticut's premier law firms. His practice focuses on representing parties in actions for personal injury, including claims of catastrophic orthope... James RingoldLoughlin Fitzgerald PC
150 S Main St, Wallingford, CT
Not yet reviewedAvvo Rating: 9.3LicensedJim joined Loughlin Fitzgerald in 2013. He is a litigator whose practice focuses on personal injury cases—including those involving catastrophic injuries or wrongful death—pending in Connecticut’s state and federal courts. His cases often involve ... Frank Bartlett Open for business
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5.0 stars 11 reviewsAvvo Rating: 10LicensedExperienced attorney who passionately fights to uphold his mission of "Giving Victims a Voice" Call (203) 439-7717Read morePractice area5% Appeals, 25% Car accident, 25% Personal injury, and more.CostFree ConsultationSome lawyers offer a free consultation to help determine whether their services are right for your legal needs60 minutes•Hourly Rates, $250-$375/hour•Contingency A contingency fee is the percent of the final award a lawyer will receive as compensation. For some of these cases, lawyers will only be paid if there is a successful outcome. 20%-33%LicenseCT, Active since 2004 Eileen BeckerAppeals Attorney near Wallingford (North Haven) 5.0 stars 1 reviewAvvo Rating: 9.3LicensedI am a Connecticut native, born in Bridgeport and raised in Madison. I returned to Connecticut after having practiced in Philadelphia for two years with the law firm of Pepper, Hamilton & Scheetz (now known as Pepper Hamilton LLP).