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I have represented the interests of injured workers and employees for more than 16 years.  My goal is to provide sound legal advice and pursue your claim with an exuberence not delivered by other attorneys.  What separates my representation and that of our firm from other firms is that we can honestly say that we specialize in the area of law for which you need representation - Workers' Compensation.  We are Board Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists by the Connecticut Bar Association.  We take pride in the fact that there are only appproximately 50 Specialists within the State of Connecticut that can hold themselves out as Board Certified by the Connecticut Bar Association.


This is what we do.  We are glad to help.


Our goal is to make sure that you receive the medical treatment and the indemnity benefits you are entitled to by way of the responsible workers' compensation carrier.  Understanding that these are difficult financial times, we work with our clients to make sure that our fees are not prohibitive. Our firm also engages in many charitable ventures both locally and nationally.


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Practice areas


  1. Workers Compensation: 95%
    19 years
  2. Employment: 5%
    19 years



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Attorney endorsements

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  • Robert Joseph Sciglimpaglia Jr

    I know Lawrence, not only as a fellow attorney, but also on a personal level as we studied together to prepare for the Worker's Compensation Certification Examination. He has proven to be an excellent attorney who zealously advocates for the rights of his clients, and he is also a gentleman who is well liked by his colleagues.


    Robert Sciglimpaglia Workers compensation Attorney
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  • Gregory Francis Lisowski

    I fully endorse Attorney Morizio. I have known him to be one of the most respected Claimant's lawyers in the State of Connecticut. I have had several cases against him, and he has always provided excellent legal representation to all of his clients. Because I respect him so much, I have referred family members to him.


    Gregory Lisowski Workers compensation Attorney
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Contact info

Cousins, Desrosiers, And Morizio, PC

2563 Main Street
Stratford, CT, 06615-5844


NYCurrently registered 200007/11/2016
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
James W. Cooper FellowhipThe Connecticut Bar Foundation2009
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
PartnerCousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, PC2000 - Present
Association namePosition nameDuration
Connecticut Bar AssociationChair - Workers' Compensation Section2013 - Present
Connecticut Bar Association, Workers Compensation SectionExecutive Committee2002 - Present
Connecticut Bar Association, Workers' Compensation SectionVice Chair2011 - 2013
Connecticut Bar AssociationAssistant Secretary-Treasurer2009 - 2010
Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers SectionChair2008 - 2009
Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers SectionChair Elect2007 - 2008
Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers SectionTreasurer2006 - 2007
Compensation QuarterlyAssociate Editor2005 - 2010
Connecticut Bar Association, Executive CommitteeSecretary2005 - 2006
Connecticut Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Workers Compensation CommitteeCo-chair2002 - 2004
Greater Bridgeport Bar Association, Workers' Compensation CommitteeMember2000 - 2004
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Thomas Dubrosky v. Boehringer Ingelheim, Case No. 5682 CRB-4-11-9Injured worker paid lost time and medical treatment. Pending Appellate Court argument (AC No. 35030).
Jose Ojeda v. Forty-FIve Pool Services, Case No. 5387 CRB-4-08-10Second Injury Fund ordered to pay for medical treatment and indemnity benefits.
Louis Criscio v. State of Connecticut, Case No. 4271 CRB-3-00-7Claimant successfully deemed to have a compensable claim and obtained workers' compensation benefits.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Connecticut LawyerThe Presidential Election of 2008: What a Difference 176 Years Makes (Or Does It?)2009
Connecticut LawyerSpecialization - What's So Special about Being a Specialist?2009
Connecticut LawyerA Young Jedi's Guide to the Universe (Young Lawyer Edition)2009
Connecticut LawMe and My Bertha: A Story of the Complex Relationship between a Lawyer and his Copying Machine2009
Connecticut LawyerWalk On2009
Connecticut LawyerMy Journey to the YLS Chair: From the Amistad to the Quinnipiak Club2008
Connecticut LawyerThe Education Initiative - An Introduction to the 2008-2009 Young Lawyers Section2008
Connecticut LawyerThe Final Season - My Dad, Yankee Stadium, and "Aging Out" of the Young Lawyers Section2008
Connecticut LawyerCustomer Service - A Lawyer's Obligation to Communicate with His or Her Clients2008
Compensation QuarterlyIs it all Mental? Navigating the Water of Mental Injuries and Impairments2002
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Quinnipiac University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1998
Rutgers UniversityN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1994
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Workers' Compensation Commission SymposiumYesterday, Today and Tomorrow: The Evolution of the Workers' Compensation Commission in Connecticut2013
Courtroom MedicineHip and Lower Back Injuries in Workers' Compensation Claims2012
Advanced Workers' CompensationWorkers' Compensation - Entitlement to Benefits2011
Workers' Compensation 101: Introductory TopicsIntroductory Topics involving Workers' Compensation2010
Heart & Hypertension, A "Cardiac College"Cardiology and Recent Workers' Compensation Heart and Hypertension Appellate Cases2009
Connecticut Bar Association SeminarCourtroom Anatomy: A Comprehensive Review of the Essential Fields of Medicine for Lawyers2003
Connecticut Bar Association SeminarThe Theory and Practice of Workers' Compensation Law2003
Connecticut Bar Association SeminarCourtroom Anatomy: A Comprehensive Review of the Essential Fields of Medicine for Lawyers2003