Attorney Misty R. Percifield was admitted to the Connecticut State Bar in 2012 after graduating from Quinnipiac University School of Law in the same year. Before law school, she attended the University of Utah, where she obtained an undergraduate degree in Mass Communications with an emphasis in Public Relations. Since her entry into the Connecticut State Bar, she has worked in personal injury, workers’ compensation, probate, and criminal law.
With several years of experience in legal research and drafting motions, attending pretrial conferences and necessary hearings, and other aspects of civil litigation, she is ready to assist you with a wide range of legal needs. Attorney Percifield found her way to personal injury and workers’ compensation because she enjoys having the opportunity to help people that find themselves in situations where they cannot help themselves. This passion for helping others is particularly helpful at The Ment Law Group, LLC, especially in the practice of assisting injured police officers. Additionally, as a former general manager at a hotel, attorney Percifield’s experience in the hospitality industry gives her a unique approach to the travel law cases seen at the firm.
She is passionate about fighting for her clients’ right to fair compensation after an accident, as evidenced in a recent trial victory in a case involving an uninsured motorist. The situation involved back and neck injuries and an initial offer of $40,000, Attorney Percifield obtained a verdict of $280,000. With a successful trial strategy and zealous representation she obtained a great trial verdict.
If you’ve been injured in an accident or at work and are looking for a lawyer who will help you through the unfamiliar territory of a personal injury or workers’ comp claim, contact attorney Misty R. Percifield at The Ment Law Group, LLC. She will listen to your needs and take the time to explain how your situation will work. She will make herself available to you throughout your case, and she will work had to ensure that your rights and future are protected.
- National Fraternal Order of Police Labor Summit and Legal Seminar, “Worker’s Compensation: Mental and Physical Injuries and Model Legislation,” 2018
Professional Association Memberships- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
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