Attorney Brown is an experienced trial lawyer with over 25 years in practice. He has over 100 + jury verdicts to his credit. He has tried cases on behalf of both defendants and plaintiffs. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked in the insurance industry as a claims representative and claims supervisor for two of the largest property and casualty insurance companies in the country. His vast experience and knowledge of the insurance industry combined with his experience as a personal injury trial lawyer allows for him to maximize settlements and verdicts for the benefit of the clients he represents.
Attorney Brown was raised in Maryland. He attended Fairfield University and graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. After graduating from Fairfield University, he worked in the insurance industry for 7 years. While working full time, Attorney Brown attended Western New England College School of Law in Springfield, MA. He earned his law degree in 1989. Upon passing the bar, he was admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut in February of 1990 and became licensed to practice in the United States District Court in October of 1990.
Attorney Brown’s first 15 years in practice was spent trying cases as a defense lawyer. In that role, he had the opportunity to cross paths with Attorney Vincent Trantolo. Realizing that he would prefer to represent the interests of plaintiffs, he contacted Attorney Trantolo and joined Trantolo & Trantolo in 2005. Attorney Brown worked for Trantolo & Trantolo for 2 years before deciding to go off on his own. Now, with even more experience, he returns to Trantolo & Trantolo as of January 2015.
Firmly believing that “‘integrity means everything” he is passionate about practicing law and representing those who need help. Becoming a plaintiff’s lawyer has been a life-changing event for him. He views being able to help people most in need as a wonderful way to make a living and a true blessing.
Outside of practicing law, Attorney Brown is an avid bicyclist and enjoys reading and traveling.