Even as a young child, Ryan Veilleux knew that he wanted to become a lawyer to be of service to others. At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, he achieves this goal of helping others during their time of need daily. At our firm, he is a senior litigation attorney who has handled complex and high-value cases. Over the course of his career, he has achieved several six-figure settlements for our clients. Regardless of the complex aspects of a case, he has the tools and resources required to tackle it.
In recognition of his commitment to the pursuit of legal excellence, Attorney Ryan Veilleux was nominated among the Top 40 Under 40 by the National Trial Lawyers Association in Connecticut. His professional experience includes working at an insurance defense firm where he handled complex litigation issues and medical malpractice matters. While studying law at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, he was the Senior Associate Editor of the Thomas M. Cooley Law Review and was part of the National Moot Court Appellate Advocacy Team. He is a proud member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice.Attorney Ryan Veilleux is licensed to practice in Connecticut. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, kayaking, as well as playing softball and hockey. He and his wife live in Milford with their dog Louie. As your dedicated Connecticut personal injury lawyer, he will make every effort to deliver an outcome that reflects your specific needs. If you are ready to move forward with your case, he can provide you with well-versed legal counsel during an initial consultation at no additional cost to you.
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