Attorney Terence Sexton is a graduate of The University of Connecticut School of Law. He is an active litigator with significant trial experience. He will provide the personal contact and reliable judgment necessary to handle your case.
Call the office of Sexton & Sexton today at 860-223-2200 to schedule your initial consultation.
We’ll work to protect your future and help you recover from past mistakes.
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When you need an experienced attorney to handle your litigation orto represent you in a court of law, put your trust in Terence Sexton.
Experience That Matters
Attorney Sexton has handled cases in virtually every civil, criminal and workers compensation court in the state and his central location in Hartford gives him the ability to handle matters from Stamford to Putnam and all points in between. With over two decades of litigation experience in a variety of practice areas, and a commitment to giving your case the personal attention it deserves, Attorney Sexton has a proven record of getting results for his clients.
Whether you need help getting compensation from a negligent party that contributed to an injury, need help to navigate through the maze of worker’s compensation law or need skilled representation for a criminal charge, call our office today and schedule a consultation. We will work to make sure you are fully informed and involved in your case. Calls are normally returned the same day. We are always willing to discuss the status of your case with you, at any stage of the process.
Get to Know Sexton & Sexton:
- Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Claims
- Motor Vehicle / Car Accidents
- Premises Liability / Slip and Falls / Fall Downs
- Fire Burns / Electrocution
- Accidental Drowning / Pool Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Dog Bites / Animal Attacks
- Medical Malpractice
- Sexual Abuse
- Elevator and Escalator Accidents
- Tractor Trailer / Truck Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Assault Injuries
- Inadequate or Negligent Security
- Nursing Home Abuse / Neglect
- Defective Products
Workplace injuries or ailments, vehicle accidents, full or partial disability, disputed and denied claims, formal and informal worker’s compensation hearings and litigation. Also:
- State Employees
- Construction Injuries
- Back Injuries
- Knee and Shoulder Injuries
- Asbestosis and Lung Injuries
- Carpal Tunnel / Elbow Injuries
- Repetitive Trauma
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Longshoreman Claims
DUI, drug possession, domestic violence, assault, white collar crime, all felony and misdemeanor cases.
Medical conditions that prevent your ability to work may give rise to a claim for Social Security Disability benefits.
Divorce, custody, child support and alimony issues.