Insurance Defense

New Haven, Connecticut Insurance Defense Attorney

Toll Free: (866) 603-7532
Phone: 866-603-7532

The Mills Law Firm, LLC enjoys an excellent reputation among insurance companies for aggressive, zealous, and professional representation. Attorney John (Jack) Mills has defended more than fifty cases to verdict, and has passed the examination required to become a Board Certified Civil Trial Law Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. In addition, he has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America for skills in appellate work (2005, 2006, 2007).

We also represent insurance companies as plaintiffs (in subrogation claims). We have extensive experience (over 35 years) in all levels of state and federal court. Our New Haven, Connecticut insurance defense attorneys also provide coverage opinions and prosecute declaratory judgment actions.

Some of our insurance clients we have represented include the following:

  • Allstate Insurance Company
  • American Family Insurance Company
  • Jones Motor Company
  • Kemper Insurance Company
  • Magna Carta Insurance Company
  • State Farm Insurance Company
  • Unitrin Direct Auto Insurance Company
  • Shelter Insurance Company

You will appreciate our trial skills and our ability to find cost-effective solutions to complex litigation matters. To discuss retaining our law firm to represent you or your insured, please contact us by calling us at 866-603-7532 or fill out our intake form on our Contact Us page. Our New Haven, Connecticut insurance defense attorneys also offer Spanish translation services. Our service is our legacy.

The lawyers at the Mills Law Firm, LLC defends individual insured as well as business and insurance clients in New Haven County, Fairfield County, Litchfield County, New London County and Hartford County, Connecticut. Based in New Haven, we defend civil cases in Bridgeport, Stamford, Hartford, Waterbury, East Haven, Fairfield, Wallingford, Hamden, North Haven, Milford, Madison, Guilford, and Old Lyme.

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