Connecticut Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Attorneys

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Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder, PC, is a nationally recognized Connecticut law firm. Koskoff has been serving the public for more than 75 years and is proud to stand among the top lawyers in Connecticut and New England. Our attorneys have won six of the ten largest personal injury verdicts in Connecticut history.

Koskoff represents people who have been injured by negligence or harmed by medical malpractice. We stand up for the rights of those whose civil rights have been violated and advocate on behalf of businesses involved in commercial disputes.

Personal Injury Lawyer

From offices in Bridgeport, Danbury and New Haven, our team of trial lawyers handles cases for individuals, groups and businesses who have suffered serious personal injuries or losses.

Koskoff is proud to say that 70 percent of the firm's cases come to us through other attorneys who refer serious personal injury and medical malpractice cases to us because of our experience and record of achievement.

Protecting Clients, Effecting Change

Clients come to Koskoff to secure settlements of their claims or, if necessary, enforce their legal rights in court. We handle many high profile cases that receive attention in the media. Some of our cases have established new records for jury verdicts and settlements in Connecticut. Others have caused important changes in the conduct of health care providers, product manufacturers and other corporate and governmental defendants.

Whether you are a private individual, a corporation, or another attorney, please don't hesitate to e-mail the firm or call for a free consultation to learn if you have a case.

Case News

Jury Awards $25M in Med-Mal Amputation Case

Judge denies request to delay evidence exchange with Sandy Hook families

Connecticut boarding school was a ‘nest of child molesters’ that didn’t protect kids from pedophiles

Judge In Sandy Hook AR-15 Lawsuit Asks If Cigarette Cases Provide Legal Analogy

Surprising Progress in Newtown Families’ Suit Against Maker of the AR-15 Rifle

Sexual Assault Lawsuit filed Against New Haven Rabbi

Psychiatric Nurse Held Liable As Patient's Suicide Results in $12 Million Verdict

Conn. Judge Allows Newtown Lawsuit Against Gun Maker to Move Forward

Death at Surgery Center Raises Questions

Pivotal Hearing in the case of 10 families of Sandy Hook Victims against Manufacturer of Bushmaster Guns

Conn. Judge OKs $140 Million Settlement in Retirement Benefits Case

Attorney Bill Bloss on News About Fatal Truck Crash in New London

Families of Fatal Truck Crash Victims to Weigh in During Criminal Case

Wallingford Man Gets $4.2 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

Jury Awards $3 Million In Medical Malpractice Case

Jury Awards Mother $4.25 Million for Anesthesia Needle Injury

Family in Legal Battle With Clinic After Man's Death

Suit Filed on Behalf of Man who Died During Surgery at Surgical Center

Attorney Bill Bloss Obtains $6 Million Settlement for Wrongfully Incarcerated Man in Pro Bono Case

Koskoff Attorney Antonio Ponvert Files Second Sexual Abuse Suit Against Indian Mountain School Read Now

$25M sex assault suit filed against hospital Read Now

Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder Files Lawsuit Against Bushmaster Firearms on Behalf of 10 Sandy Hook Families. Read the Complaint here.

In the News

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Attorney Ponvert inducted into International Academy of Trial Lawyers

Connecticut Lawyer Writes of an Old Wrong

Attorney Michael Koskoff interviewed about new Thurgood Marshall movie

Sandy Hook Father Introduces Obama At Gun Violence Announcement

Connecticut Lawyer Co-Authors Screenplay for New Thurgood Marshall Movie

Federal Court Hands Sandy Hook Families First Victory

Prosecutor Who Handled Rowland Case to Join High-Profile Firm

Attorney Antonio Ponvert interviewed about Hotchkiss School Sexual Abuse Case

Sexual Abuse Case Filed Against The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT

Attorney Carey Reilly on Medical Malpractice Statutes of Limitations

Attorney Sean McElligott named Rising Trial Lawyer in Personal Injury Hall of Fame

Attorney Antonio Ponvert III Receives Pro Bono Award

Attorney Bill Bloss representing wrongfully imprisoned man to determine compensation

The Connecticut Claims Commission held a hearing on July 29, 2014, to determine compensation due to Kenneth Ireland, Jr., who was wrongfully imprisoned for a murder and sexual assault that he did not commit. He was incarcerated for 21 years before DNA evidence cleared him of any involvement. Mr. Ireland is seeking between $5.4 and $8.3 million under the state's wrongful incarceration statute. Click here for a webcast of the hearing.