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Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC (KB&M) is a full-service general practice law firm representing clients in a diverse array of legal matters since the firm was established in 1952.

Personal Injury

With over 100 years of combined trial litigation experience, the attorneys at KB&M handle a wide array of personal injury matters, including: automobile, bus, motorcycle, pedestrian and trucking accidents; dram shop and liquor liability matters; animal injuries and dog bites; premises liability and slip and fall accidents; toxic torts; enforcement of foreign judgments; property damage; products liability; and traumatic brain injury.

If you have been injured due to another person’s negligence, or as a result of a defective product, you may be entitled to recover for your medical expenses, lost wages, and the pain and suffering you had to endure.

Probate, Will, Trust, and Estate Matters

The attorneys at KB&M can assist you with your estate planning and probate administration needs. Our attorneys ensure that your final wishes are honored, regardless of the size of your estate. We understand that every client’s situation is unique, and we will work with you to provide you with an estate plan that will accomplish your goals and objectives. Additionally, our attorneys possess over 100 combined years of trial litigation experience and can provide representation in the event a dispute concerning your estate should arise. For an explanation of the probate process and a discussion of how we can assist you with estate, trust, and probate issues, please visit our probate page.

Real Estate & Title Disputes

KB&M offers experienced legal representation in real estate transactions and litigation. Whether you are buying or selling a home or commercial property, refinancing, need a commercial or residential lease or have a title or boundary line dispute, our attorneys have extensive experience handling these issues. We also represent clients in matters involving adverse possession, quiet title, contract breaches, nuisance matters, title issues, and deed and insurance matters. For an in-depth discussion of our Real Estate practice, please see our real estate page.

Wrongful Death

Wrongful death cases can arise from any personal injury incident, most notably automobile accidents, in the course of employment, homicide or manslaughter, from a defective product, or in a dram shop/liquor liability situation.  These cases often require consultation with experts, extensive research into the facts and circumstances surrounding the case.  Our attorneys are highly qualified and experienced in handling these difficult and complex cases.  Please see the wrongful death page of this website for further information on how we can assist you.

Defense & Insurance Matters

Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating a wide variety of insurance matters, including bad faith; the Connecticut Unfair Insurance Practices Act (CUIPA); title insurance; cases involving the underinsured and uninsured; and insurance defense matters arising out of personal injury incidents.  Additionally, the firm’s attorneys are experienced in providing insurance coverage opinions on homeowner, automobile, and commercial policies.  We also have extensive experience implementing insurance company litigation protocols and cost containment requirements

Please see the insurance page of this website for an in-depth discussion of our insurance and insurance defense practice.

Arbitration and Mediation

Arbitration and mediation are important alternative dispute resolution methods that help our clients save time and help their dispute be resolved more quickly. In addition to our attorneys’ extensive experience participating in arbitrations and mediations for our clients, they are also often selected to act as private mediators and arbitrators. Please visit the arbitration and mediation page of this website for a full discussion of how we can utilize alternative dispute resolution mechanisms to resolve your dispute.

Workers’ Compensation

At KB&M, our attorneys represent both plaintiffs and defendants in employment law and workers’ compensation issues.  Specifically, we have extensive experience handling issues that arise under employment contracts, non-compete agreements, workplace discrimination, and wrongful termination.  Additionally, the firm’s attorneys are familiar with Connecticut’s workers’ compensation law and can help both plaintiffs and defendants with disputes arising in this complex area of law.

For a detailed discussion of our workers’ compensation practice, please see our workers’ compensation page.

Creditors’ Rights and Landlord Matters

At KB&M, we have extensive experience handling cases regarding creditors’ rights and landlord disputes for both individual and business clients.  We can assist you in a wide variety of issues, including ejectment and evictions; appearing before housing court; breach of contract; bankruptcy, mechanics’ liens; notice to quit; and UCC filings.

Please see our creditors’ rights page for a full discussion of our creditors’ rights and landlord matters.

Business and Contract Matters

Since KB&M opened in 1952, the firm’s attorneys have been dedicated to serving its business clients with superior legal representation in a wide variety of issues that businesses face, including business formation, contract negotiation and preparation, dispute resolution and litigation.  For a detailed description of our business and contracts practice, please see business law page.

Professional Malpractice

KB&M handles malpractice cases for both plaintiff and defendant clients.  We represent clients in legal malpractice, medical malpractice, and other professional malpractice cases.  These cases are often complex and require expert witnesses be brought in.  Please see our professional malpractice page for further information.


Since opening its doors in 1952, KB&M has represented clients before Connecticut’s Supreme and Appellate courts as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals in New York.  We have been involved in some of the most significant issues of Connecticut law.  Appellate work requires a distinctly different type of representation than trial work, and our attorneys are experienced in handling all types of appeals, particularly civil appeals, administrative appeals, and appeals from probate. For further information on our appellate practice, visit the appeals page of this website.

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  • Wethersfield office
    78 Beaver Road
    Suite 2G
    Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109
    Phone: 860-527-4226
    Fax: 860-527-0214
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