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Gerald S. Sack

Gerald S. Sack

Phone: (860) 236-7225 x105
Fax: (860) 231-8114
Email:      

Gerald S. Sack formed the Law Offices of Gerald S. Sack, LLC in April 2005.  The majority of Gerry’s case load is plaintiff personal injury and wrongful death files including motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall, negligence as well as dental malpractice, and probate litigation.

Prior to the establishment of the current firm, Gerry had formed the law firm of Sack and Spector in 1985 which later became known as Sack, Spector & Barrett and ultimately as Sack, Spector & Karsten.  He was a named partner and leader of the personal injury practice for the predecessor firm until 2005.

On March 5, 2012, Gerald Sack was admitted as a member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court in a ceremony presided over by Chief Justice John Roberts in the historic Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C.

Areas of Practice:

  • Personal Injury – Plaintiff
  • Medical malpractice
  • Products Liability
  • Civil Litigation
  • General Tort Liability
  • Family Torts

Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut, 1977
  • US District Court District of Connecticut, 1977
  • United States Court of Federal Claims

Education:

  • University of Connecticut Law School, 1977, J. D.          
  • Yale University, 1974, B.A.

Professional Associations and Memberships:

  • Hartford County Bar Association Member
  • Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association Member

Professional Achievements and Recognitions:

  • Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy
  • LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated