Personal Injury Attorney
Keith is a personal injury attorney in Connecticut and a former active-duty Marine Captain and Judge advocate who now serves in the reserves as a Major and Judge Advocate. He has extensive trial and litigation experience, starting as a prosecutor in the Marine Corps and now serving primarily in the State, Federal, Military, and Tribal Courts of Connecticut. Keith has litigated cases all over the world and has a proven track record of obtaining successful outcomes for his clients.
Keith focuses his practice on personal injury, family law as well as criminal and military defense cases. Keith is an honest and straight forward personal injury attorney that devotes himself to getting you the fair treatment and compensation necessary for your personal injury claims.
Keith handles all aspects of personal injury claims including car accidents, slip and falls, medical malpractice, products liability and wrongful death claims. Every case is evaluated and prepared to ensure the best possible outcome for the client – whether this means a pre-trial settlement or fully litigated trial detail and preparation provide the best possible result for each client.
Keith’s experience in family law is extensive. He has previously worked at a high net worth firm in Fairfield County and over the last 10 years in his own practice litigating family cases throughout the State of Connecticut. He handles family cases in Superior Court, Juvenile Court and Tribal Court on behalf of his clients. Further, Keith is one of the few divorce attorneys in this State with experience in both State and Military law. The understanding of these different areas of law is critical to achieving the best possible outcome for the service member veteran or spouse. Keith is routinely retained to provide advice on military specific issues concerning divorce and military pension orders.
Keith continues to defend individuals accused of crimes in State, Federal and Military Courts. He has successfully represented military members in State and Military Court including courts-martial, boards of inquiry, administrative proceedings such as Cadet disenrollments and administrative separation boards.
Keith is a lifelong Connecticut resident and is married with a young child and two dogs.
Military Courts, 2007
District of Connecticut, 2012
United States Veterans
AdministrationCourts of Appeals, 2012
United States Supreme Court, 2014
Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court, 2016