Danbury Bar Association Awards Atty. James Wu For Pro Bono Work
May 29, 2007
Atty. James Wu
BRIDGEPORT — The Danbury Bar Association has cited Atty. James Wu, of counsel at Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, for his exceptional pro bono service in the community.
Wu was given the association’s annual Pro Bono Award as a result of his providing several hundred hours of free service over more than two years by assisting clients of a deceased lawyer.
The plaque that cites Wu reads, “In recognition of your efforts to provide equal access to justice.”
Wu, a resident of Litchfield, Connecticut, manages the Koskoff Danbury office. He concentrates his practice on personal injury resulting from automobile and motorcycle crashes, property hazards, dog attacks and falls. Wu is known for his effective courtroom advocacy as well as his negotiating skills. He is a former partner at the Waterbury firm of Carmody & Torrance.
Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder has offices in Bridgeport, Danbury and New Haven. Nationally known, Koskoff has served the people of Connecticut for more than 60 years. The firm assists people who have been seriously injured by medical malpractice, air crash, automobile negligence, premises and product liability. Koskoff handles general litigation for people who have suffered serious personal injuries or economic harm from violation of their civil and constitutional rights, dangerous products, negligence, drunk drivers, corporate or governmental abuse and commercial misconduct.
Left to right: Atty. Richard Bieder, Atty. Wu, Atty. Christopher Bernard and Atty. Robert Opotzner, president of the Danbury Bar Association.