- 4.6/5.0 (9 reviews)
The Firm has achieved the highest rating for legal ability in Martindale-Hubbell. The Law Firm of Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC was established in 1952. With over 100 years of combined litigation experience, Attorneys Richard C. Mahoney, Shannon K. McCarthy, Joseph A. Hourihan, Stephanie S. Baier and Teresa Capalbo have the professionalism and credentials to represent their clients in both State and Federal courts.
The firm's attorneys elect to provide legal services with a team approach. Their adaptability and flexibility develops individual skills, attracts new clients and presents optimum service to its clients. They are natives, active in civic & community affairs and enjoy representing local people. They possess strong legal credentials, high levels of maturity, integrity, a sense of professionalism and a deep appreciation of individual problems. Kenny, Brimmer & Mahoney, LLC has enjoyed a steady, but carefully controlled growth for more than fifty years, based largely on networking and referrals from its clients and other attorneys. There is no charge for initial consultations.
In 2006, we relocated to Wethersfield, Connecticut. The move allowed us to continue providing high quality and technologically advanced legal services to our clients without the added overhead expenses of a city-based firm such as soaring tax rates, expensive office space and parking charges, without having to pass those higher expenses onto our clients. This allows us to service our clients more efficiently at lower fees and provides our clients ample free and safe parking. We are conveniently located off the Silas Deane Highway, in Wethersfield, Connecticut, minutes from I-91.
All Members and Associates are members of the Connecticut Bar. Attorney McCarthy is also a member of the New York Bar.
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