The founder of the CT Injury Law Center, Attorney Bruce Raymond began his
legal career in 1989 as a personal injury attorney. Since then, he has
handled over 1,000 litigated cases to a conclusion though successful jury
trials and settlements in state and federal courts in both Connecticut
For over twenty years, attorney Raymond has been fighting and winning the
following, among others:
Attorney Raymond has experience handling cases involving fires, explosions,
industrial and construction accidents. He has directed forensic investigations
of building collapses, product failures, recalls and complex accidents
of many types.
If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, do not hesitate to
contact CT Injury Law Center for a
free initial consultation.
Attorney Raymond grew up in Connecticut and has lived, or attended school
in Newtown, Hartford, Manchester, Vernon, Tolland, Hebron, Storrs, and
He earned his CIPP/US credential (Certified Information and Privacy Professional)
from the International Association of Privacy Professionals - IAPP. He
is a former member of the board of directors or DRI and Attorney Raymond
is constantly up-to-date on the laws in order to benefit CT Injury Law
His current professional associations and memberships include:
Named as one of The Best and Brightest Business Attorneys by
Hartford Magazine in 2010, Attorney Raymond regularly represents companies in litigation.
Attorney Raymond represented Deere & Company in its successful appeal
addressing the malfunction theory in products liability cases. Metropolitan
Property & Casualty Ins. Co. v. Deere & Co., 302 Conn. 123, 125,
25 A.3d 571 (2011). 302 Conn. 123, 125, 25 A.3d 571 (2011).
Attorney Raymond’s honors and awards includes:
In addition to representing clients in data loss litigation, Bruce has
been privileged to speak on the topic of data breach and privacy law during
several state and national professional seminars including a recent panel
with the Connecticut’s lead data breach enforcement officer.
In 2013, Bruce appeared on the local NBC affiliate along with Attorney
General George Jepsen in a feature story about how businesses should address
Classes and seminars: