In This Section

What Does It Take To Be A Workers' Compensation Specialist?

The attorneys of Morizio Law Firm, P.C., are Board-Certified Specialists in workers' compensation law, certified by the Connecticut Bar Association.

To become Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists, attorneys must:

  • Demonstrate that no less than 25 percent of their total practice has been in the area of workers' compensation law
  • Have engaged in the practice of law in Connecticut for at least five years and been a member in good standing of each bar in which the attorney is admitted
  • Maintain a malpractice policy with minimum limits of $300,000 per occurrence
  • Have a satisfactory disciplinary and malpractice history
  • Have participated in a minimum of 36 hours of continuing legal education activities in the area of workers' compensation law in the three years prior to filing the application
  • Have a minimum of five references from other attorneys knowledgeable regarding the applicant's practice and competence
  • Pass a comprehensive one-day written examination

Only attorneys who have been formally certified may use the designation "Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialist." We are proud to have earned this distinction, and approach every case and every client with the commitment to the law that the certification demonstrates.

The qualifications of Morizio Law Firm, P.C., do not end there. Attorney Lawrence F. Morizio have both been selected for inclusion in Connecticut Super Lawyers every year from 2010 to 2013. We have secured many substantial settlement awards from the Workers' Compensation Commission on behalf of injured workers.

Click to enlarge

Contact Our Qualified Workers' Compensation Lawyers In Stratford

To speak with one of our Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists, please contact our firm at 866-225-9496 toll free.