Stratford, Connecticut Workers Compensation and Personal Injury Attorneys
Cousins, Desrosiers, And Morizio, P.C.
Stratford, Connecticut 06615
Law Firm Overview
At Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., we help injured people and their families. We work to obtain benefits for wage replacement, medical bills, property damage, and other costs after a serious work-related or non work-related injury or death.
The accomplished Connecticut accident and work injury attorneys at Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., have more than 60 years’ combined Workers’ Compensation and personal injury experience. Helping injured people is the entire focus of our legal practice.
Two of our lawyers are Workers’ Compensation specialists Board Certified through the Connecticut Bar Association. The firm’s lawyers always stay up to date on the most effective legal avenues to full compensation for our clients.
Our goal is to help people obtain the compensation they need to recover after any type of accidental injury, work injury, motor vehicle accident, or occupational illness, or after losing a family member.
Often, cases involving a work-related worsening of an existing condition or an illness or injury acquired over time, such as repetitive trauma injuries, heart disease, or hypertension, may be difficult to prove. Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., has the experience, background, and resources to handle these cases effectively.
The vast majority of the cases handled by the Workers’ Compensation and injury attorneys at Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., are settled through informal or pre-formal, out-of-court settlement conferences. However, when necessary, they are able to pursue cases as far as the Connecticut or U.S. Supreme Court.
If Workers’ Comp benefits have been denied we know how to effectively present appeals to the Compensation Review Board and Connecticut appellate courts.
Cousins, Desrosiers & Morizio, P.C., offers free consultations so that our clients can make informed decisions about their options. All of our cases are handled on a contingency-fee basis.