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Brian M. Flood

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Brian M. Flood
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Personal Injury, Products Liability, Professional Malpractice

  • Law School: Quinnipiac College School of Law J.D.
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Brian M. Flood was admitted to the State of Connecticut Superior Court in 1997,and the Federal Court in 2001. He graduated from Providence College in 1989 and attended Quinnipiac College School of Law where he graduated in 1997.

Mr. Flood is certified and has successfully completed the requirements of the National Institute for Trial Advocacy for litigation. He is a member of the American Association for Justice and The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Flood specializes in personal injury litigation in both the State and Federal Courts.

Mr. Flood has served as the Deputy First Selectman, Portland, Connecticut from 2007 to the present, as well as the Board of Selectman, Portland, Connecticut from 2005 to the present.

Verdicts and Bad Faith Settlements in Excess of Policy Limits

 * Insurance company offer of $50,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $375,000 jury verdict plus interest. Insurance company ultimately paid $400,000 on a $50,000 policy.

 * Insurance company offer of $1,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $270,000 jury verdict plus interest. Insurance Company ultimately paid $376,000 on a $100,000 policy.

 * Insurance company offer $3,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $224,000 jury verdict plus interest. Insurance company ultimately paid $275,000 on a $20,000 policy.

 * Insurance company offer of $9,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $140,000 jury verdict plus interest. Insurance company ultimately paid $180,000 on a $20,000 policy.

 * Insurance company offer of $5,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $102,500 jury verdict. Insurance company ultimately paid $110,000 on a $20,000 policy.

 * Insurance Company offer of $5,000 was rejected before trial resulting in a $46,000 jury verdict plus interest. Insurance company ultimately paid $65,000 on a $20,000 policy.

 * $240,000 settlement on a $100,000 policy.

 * $150,000 settlement on a $100,000 policy.

 * Insurance company offer of $175,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $811,645.97. Insurance company ultimately paid $900,000 with interest included.

 * Insurance company offer $100,000 (policy limits) was rejected before trial (during jury selection). Verdict $136,500 plus interest. Case pending final adjudication.

Miscellaneous Verdicts

 * Insurance company offer of $20,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $780,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $5,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $550,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $13,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $300,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $35,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $310,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $10,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $280,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $5,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $280,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $6,500 was rejected before trial. Verdict $175,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $9,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $161,000 plus interest for a total of $206,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $13,500 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $88,000.

 * Insurance company of $12,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $86,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $10,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $77,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $15,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $46,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $3,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $36,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $2,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $35,000.

 * Insurance company offer of $12,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict of $212,157.43 plus interest. Case pending final adjudication.

 * Insurance company offer of $40,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $203,106.92. Insurance company paid $225,709.86.

 * Insurance company offer of $30,000 was rejected before trial. Verdict $249,754.46.

 * Insurance company offer of $225,000 was rejected during trial. Verdict $400,000 which was paid by the insurance company.

School Degree Major Graduation
Quinnipiac College School of Law J.D. Law School N/A
Providence College B.S. N/A N/A
State / Court Date
U.S. District Court District of Connecticut 2001
U.S. Federal Courts 2001
Connecticut 1997

Service Type:Private


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The Flood Law Firm LLC
190 Washington St.
Middletown, CT 06457

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