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Edward T. Dodd

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Practices in the following areas of law:

 

Personal Injury Law

Workers Compensation Law

Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries

Wrongful Death

Dog Attacks

Slip and Fall

Products Liability

 

 

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Edward T. Dodd

Phone: 203.272.1883

Fax: 203.272.2077

Named Connecticut Super Lawyer Member, 2013

Named Connecticut Super Lawyer Member, 2012

Named Connecticut Super Lawyer Member, American Trial Lawyer Associations.
Best Lawyer in America List.

 

 

Admitted:

1969, Connecticut; 1971, U.S. Court of Appeals;
Second Circuit and U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut; 1972, U.S. Supreme Court

 

Law School:

American University, J.D., 1969


College:

University of Maryland, B.S., 1966


Member:

Waterbury (Vice President, 1978-1979; President, 1979-1980),

Connecticut (Chairman, Workers Compensation Section) and American Bar Associations;

National District Attorneys Association;

American Association for Justice;

Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.


Biography:

Lecturer: Workers Compensation Law, National Business Institute, 1990—present;

Connecticut Bar Association;

National Business Institute, Member, Internal Security Division, U.S. Department of Justice, 1968-1969.

Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1969-1971.

Legal Counsel, Waterbury Police Department, 1971-1972.

Justice of the Peace, Waterbury, 1973-1988.

Charter Revision Commissioner, 1973-1974.

Diplomat, Court Practice Institute, 1975-1982.

Member: Board of Aldermen, 1978-1980;

Civil Service Commission, 1980-1982, City of Waterbury.

Certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, 1980-2010. 

Past president of Waterbury Bar Association.

Past Chairman of the Workers' Compensation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. 

Lectured in various seminars regarding Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury. 

 

Reported Cases:

Joseph Laliberte v. United Security, Inc., 261 Conn. 181 (2004);

Eileen Smedley v. Department of Mental Retardation, 270 Conn. 32 (2004);

Stitzer vs. Rinaldi's Restaurant, 557 A.2d 1256, 211 Conn. 116 (1988);

Struckman vs. Burns, 534 A.2d 888, 205 Conn. 542 (1987);

Paternostro vs. Edward Coon Co., 583 A.2d 1293, 217 Conn. 42 (1991);

Roy vs. Centennial Insurance Co., 370 A.2d 1011, 171 Conn. 463 (1976);

Trinkley vs. Ellas Grasso Regional Center A.2d, 200 Conn. 739 (1992);

Wislocki v. Prospect, 224 Conn. 479 (1993);

Cocetto v. Lynn Development, 612 A.2d 212, 223 Conn. 376 (1992);

Cappellino v. Town of Cheshire, 608 A.2d 1185, 27 Conn. App. 699 (1992); affirmed, 628 A.2d 595, 226 Conn. 569 (1993);

Roswell v. State of Connecticut 615 A 2d 1063, 29 Conn. App. 432 (1992);

Wilcox v. Borough of Naugatuck, 548 A.2d 469, 16 Conn. App. 676 (1988);

Damelio v. Anaconda, Inc., 542 A.2d 1180, 15 Conn. App. 805 (1988);

Kenneth McFarland v. State of Connecticut, 115 Conn. App. 306 (2009) (Cert. Denied).

 

 

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