Clinton Personal Injury Lawyer | Connecticut
Bradford J Sullivan
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Brad is a founding member of the firm. He is admitted to practice in Connecticut and New York as well as the corresponding federal courts for both states. He previously was associated with a large Manhattan law firm where he provided advice and counsel as well as litigation services to Fortune 200 corporations. Thereafter, he joined a regional law firm to concentrate on civil matters to hone his litigation skills. He practices in the areas of real estate law, personal injury, workers compensation, business law, contract law, insurance law, land use law, employment law, collections, bankruptcy, foreclosure, landlord-tenant law, the Home Improvement Act, criminal defense, and motor vehicle defense including driving under the influence (DUI) defense. He maintains an active practice of residential and commercial real estate law as well as foreclosure law.
He is a 1993 graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and a 2001 graduate of Quinnipiac University School of Law. He is also a veteran of the armed forces, having been honorably discharged from the United States Army where he served as an infantryman. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association, American Bar Association, and New York State Bar Association.
|Associate Attorney||Crosby and Cronan, LLC||N/A||2005 - 2008|
|Associate Attorney||Gibson & Behman, P.C.||N/A||2002 - 2005|
|Associate Attorney||Saxe Doernberger & Vita, P.C.||N/A||2002|
|Attorney at Law||Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.||N/A||1999 - 2002|
|Quinnipiac University School of Law||J.D.||Law School||2001|
|University of Massachusetts, Amherst||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A||1993|
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- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association | 1500 Club Member | 2008 - Present
New York State Bar Association | Member | 2002 - Present
Connecticut Bar Association | Member | 2001 - Present
American Bar Association | Member | 1998 - Present
Honors & Awards
- Rising Stars | New England Super Lawyers | 2011
Peterson v. Tenney
Facts: On June 24, 2012, Peterson was riding a 1983 Honda Shadow motorcycle he purchased and picked up within the previous 24 hours from a private seller. The motorcycle was not insured, was unregistered and Peterson did not possess a valid motorcycle endorsement for his operator’s license. Peterson was traveling southbound on Pond Meadow Road, Westbrook, CT and Tenney was traveling northbound in a Honda Pilot SUV. Tenney made a left turn in front of Peterson. Peterson was unable to avoid the colliding with the SUV. Peterson’s face smashed into the right rear window of the SUV lacerating his face and fracturing his left orbital bone. Peterson’s right leg was pinned between the motorcycle and the SUV resulting in severe fractures to his tibia and fibula, which required multiple surgeries, including skin grafts, to repair. Peterson requires right knee surgery and an Achilles tendon reconstruction procedure. His prognosis is guarded. Peterson has not worked since June 24, 2012. Loss of income of approximately $430,000 after reduced for present value and approximately $325,000 in medical bills as of date of settlement. Tenney was issued a moving violation and Peterson was issued a summons for failure to register and insure. There was a GL policy of $250,000 and excess umbrella policy of $1,000,000. Plaintiff’s contentions and causes of action: Tenney was negligent or reckless when she failed to yield the right of way to Peterson, when she turned left in front of his motorcycle and cut him off. Tenney caused the collision. Peterson’s wife Dawn claimed a loss of consortium. Unusual legal issues or interesting trial techniques or happenings: Plaintiff’s counsel submitted a thorough demand package and allowed Allstate Insurance Company adjusters to photograph facial and right leg scarring. No offer was forthcoming. Plaintiff’s counsel filed an application for prejudgment remedy attachment seeking attachment of defendant’s assets and father’s assets under Family Car Doctrine. Approximately three weeks before the scheduled first hearing on plaintiffs’ PJR application negotiations with Allstate began. The case was settled per clients’ explicit instructions for less than insurance policy limit after 10-days of negotiations with Allstate.
Soyka v. SNET
Lineman sustained back injury with surgery.
Hathaway v. Hominik
Settled for $150,000
Head on collision motor vehicle accident. My client sustained head and shoulder injuries.
- Sullivan Heiser, LLC Blog | Sullivan heiser & Sweeney | 2014
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|(2002) Licensed as Attorney in New York. Verified with New York Bar Association.||March 11, 2017|
|(2001) Licensed as Attorney in Connecticut. Verified with Connecticut Bar Association.||March 11, 2017|
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116 E Main St
Clinton, CT 06413
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