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Personal Injury; Defense/Insurance/Liability; Real Estate; Probate/Wills/Trusts/Estates; Worker’s Compensation; Creditor’s Rights; Business/Contracts; Arbitration/Mediation; Wrongful Death; Bus Accidents; Bad Faith; Coverage/Declaratory Judgment; Defective Premises; Tree Cutting Liability; Property Damages; Animal Injury/ Dog Bite; Residential – Sales and Purchases; Residential Refinances; Commercial – Sales and Purchases; Property Boundary Disputes; Wills and Trusts; Start-Up LLC; Leases; Collections; Subrogation
Shannon K. McCarthy focuses her practice on trial work, civil litigation, real estate matters, probate, estate planning, worker’s compensation, start up LLC’s and collections for existing clients. She is counsel to Frontier Communications of CT d/b/a SNET and also counsel to AT&T, for its property damage recovery unit and defense of its personal injury and property damage claims. She has extensive knowledge of Call Before You Dig Regulations (CBYD), and of statutory requirements for the placement and mark out of telecommunication facilities in Connecticut.
Ms. McCarthy joined in brief in the case of Stanley v. Lincoln, 75 Conn. App. 781, 818 A.2d 783 (Conn. App. Apr 01, 2003) (NO. 22485).
In 1997, she joined the firm as a law clerk and has been an attorney in the firm since her admission to the Connecticut Bar in 1998. From 1994 through 1997, she worked as a paralegal for a solo practitioner located in East Lyme, Connecticut. In 1994, Ms. McCarthy graduated from Providence College with a B.A. in History. She also took part in a study abroad program during her junior year of college at the University College of Dublin, Ireland. She has attained the highest possible rating of “AV” from Martindale-Hubbell, the national directory of attorneys, indicating preeminent legal ability and the highest ethical standards in the practice of law. Ms. McCarthy became a principal in the firm in 2011.
You may also email Attorney McCarthy’s Legal Assistant/Paralegal Connie Ashton: [email protected]