Christopher Duby- Connecticut
At the Law Office of Christopher Duby LLC, I
spend a lot of time communicating with my clients about their cases.
I would rather tell a client too much about their case and risk
boring them with the details than not give a client enough information.
I represent people in three areas of law: criminal
law and personal
injury/medical malpractice. No matter what kind of legal issue
you are facing, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your
case so you have the opportunity to talk with a lawyer about whatever
legal issues you are dealing with without worrying about getting
a bill at the end of that first meeting. I believe it is part of
a lawyer's responsibility to the public to help people understand
the complex things that happen to them, even if they don't wish
to hire me.
Successful Cases and Charitable
Here is a list of only some examples of cases that
I have handled, the results of which I am quite proud. However,
these examples are not any indication of a possible result in your
case and you should not expect such a result merely because of what
you read here. All cases are different.
A $80,000 out-of-court pre-lawsuit settlement from an insurance
company for the driver of a car that was hit by a snow plow
coming the other way. The client, in his early 20s, had a five-inch
scar on the top of his head.
A $90,000 out-of-court settlement with a hospital for its failure
to attempt to re-implant several lost teeth after the child
reported to the emergency room.
A $90,000 pre-trial settlement with a local doctor due to a
nerve injury within the client's head.
- A total $37,500 settlement between the defendant
and the client's underinsured carrier.
A plea to two years to serve when the client faced almost 18
years in jail.
A disposition to one year to serve when client had eight years
of possible jail time.
A reduction of DWI charges that kept the client out of jail.
A reduction of all charges and eventual dismissal for violating
a protective order with no jail time.
State v. McDaniel, 104 Conn. App. 627 (2007) — An appeal of
the trial courts' denial of a motion to suppress.
Angiolillo v. Buckmiller, 102 Conn. App. 697 (2007) — Successfully
defended plaintiff's appeal of trial court's granting of motion
for summary judgment.
State v. Munoz, 104 Conn. App. 85 (2007) — An appeal of the
trial court's denial of a motion to suppress.
State v. John B., 102 Conn. App. 453 (2007) — An appeal of
the trial court's denial of a motion for a new trial based,
in part, on prosecutorial misconduct.
Lastly, I think that the health of our society is
measured by how we care for those that need the most help. When
friends, family and government are not enough, these agencies step
in to fill the void. Consider assisting them in any way you can,
by volunteering or making a contribution. The Law Office of Christopher
Duby LLC will match any client's donation to any of these charities
up to $500 when made at any time.
Free Attorney Consultation
To discuss your case with Connecticut lawyer Christopher
Duby, call 203-234-2888 24 hours a day or complete our simple contact
My philosophy as a lawyer is simple:
- Put the client first
- Respond to phone calls
- Schedule a free initial consultation no matter
what your case is about
The Law Office of Christopher Duby LLC is located
at 22 Broadway, North Haven, CT 06473. View
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Christopher Duby represents clients in New Haven County, Hartford
County, Fairfield County and Middlesex County in Connecticut, including
the communities of New Haven, Hamden, North Haven, East Haven, Branford,
Madison, Milford, West Haven, Cheshire, Meriden, Wallingford, Guilford,
North Branford, Woodbridge, Bethany, Monroe, Trumbull, Easton, Fairfield,
Stratford, Bridgeport, Oxford, Beacon Falls, Seymour, Ansonia, Derby,
Orange, Shelton, Clinton, Westbrook, Old Saybrook, Middletown, Middlefield,
Portland, Durham, Prospect, Naugatuck, Wolcott, Waterbury, Watertown,
Middlebury, Woodbury, Southbury, Southington.