Vincent Provenzano, Attorney
Vincent graduated from Central Connecticut State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Business, concentrating in International Marketing. After which he graduated from Quinnipiac University School of Law where he received awards for Outstanding Oral Advocate, Excellence in Clinical Studies, and Excellence in Tax Advocacy. After graduating law school Vincent clerked at the New Britain Superior Court, working closely with Superior Court judges and the civil clerks office, learning invaluable lessons about the inner workings of a courthouse and court room procedure. After clerking at New Britain Superior Court he joined a litigation firm, where he was the lead litigator in their personal injury practice. Here, he successfully litigated and negotiated substantial awards on behalf of our clients in a variety of areas including personal injury, car and motorcycle accidents, and slip and fall accidents. A year ago, Vincent joined the Law Offices of Michael J Auger as a general litigation attorney, broadening his areas of practice from personal injury, motor vehicle accidents and slip and fall cases to include a more variety of practice areas such as real estate law, workers compensation, and criminal law. In addition to representing individuals, he has acted as counsel for business and commercial clients throughout Connecticut.
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