Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC (KB&M) is a Wethersfield, Connecticut general practice law firm representing clients throughout Connecticut in a wide variety of general litigation matters including personal injury, business and contracts, real estate, insurance defense, employment, probate and contested estates, creditor's rights including collection, landlord-tenant, wrongful death and alcohol-related injuries/Dram Shop, and malpractice matters since 1952. For a complete list of the areas covered by our extensive practice, please visit the Practice Areas page of this website.
The attorneys at KB&M are committed to providing each client with the experience and technology of a larger firm located in the city, with the personal attention, responsiveness, and cost-effective representation that clients expect from a smaller firm. Our attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience litigating trials and appeals in both state and federal courts, and are experienced negotiators skilled in representing clients in alternative dispute resolution forums such as arbitrations and mediations. Our attorneys are qualified to handle each case from beginning to end, and we do not refer any work out to other attorneys unless a conflict of interest arises.
When you become a client at KB&M, your case is assigned to one of the firm's experienced attorneys who will oversee the case. We utilize a collaborative team approach to client representation, and your case will be handled by a team of attorneys, paralegals, and staff to ensure that every aspect of your case is handled properly, professionally, and efficiently. Moreover, because the firm's attorneys have experience in many diverse areas of law, KB&M's collaborative structure allows us to leverage our legal talent to determine creative solutions to complex problems.
Regardless of your legal issue, the attorneys at Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC are dedicated to providing exceptional representation for each client. Contact the firm today for an initial consultation regarding your case.