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Sergio Deganis is a partner with the firm of Ouellette, Deganis, Gallagher & Grippe LLC. He represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants involved with personal injury and commercial litigation. For over 30 years he has successfully represented clients in personal injury and property damage matters: motor vehicle accidents; dog bite and animal liability; breach of fiduciary duty; construction injuries and losses; legal malpractice; product liability; uninsured/underinsured claims; wrongful death matters; electrocutions, fires and burns; as well as insurance coverage. Sergio has tried many cases to resolution through jury trials, court trials, arbitrations and mediation proceedings. He is corporate counsel to several local companies. He successfully represented a Connecticut company in a complex breach of fiduciary duty matter where his client won a multi-million dollar verdict including all rights to Massachusetts based company.
Sergio is a court appointed Arbitrator and Special Master for the State of Connecticut. He is also frequently appointed as an arbitrator by private parties. He is admitted into the Massachusetts Bar; Connecticut Bar; U.S. District Court for District of Massachusetts; U.S. District Court for District of Connecticut; U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit; and, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; Connecticut Bar Association; and is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He previously was the managing and senior trial attorney with DuBorg & Deganis, American International Group’s Counsel for Connecticut. In his initial legal position Sergio worked on behalf of General Electric Company nationwide. He was responsible in part for defending a wide variety of GE products and services.Sergio is AV – Preeminent rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell.
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