Alan Russo's broad experience and achievement gained from trying high exposure civil liability cases over many years enabled him to establish the firm in 1996.
Since the firm's inception, he has been instrumental in leading the evolution of the firm into what it is today, a full service insurance defense firm.
Alan currently handles complex high exposure trials and regularly advises major insurance carriers and self-insured entities on matters relating to tort liability, trial practice, insurance coverage and litigation strategy.
In Jackson v. 61 Warwick, LLC, et. al. Audrey secured a judgment without trial for our client in an action where plaintiff alleged mold issues in her apartment caused significant injuries. Audrey successfully challenged the legal sufficiency of the plaintiff''s Complaint through a Motion to Strike. Specifically, Audrey argued that the plaintiff could not maintain a cause of action under Connecticut General Statutes § 47a-7. After argument, Honorable James Abrams, in his well-reasoned decision, agreed with Audrey and held that "[t]he statute itself does not create a private cause of action for the tenant in the event the landlord violates any of the multiple requirements contained in Gen. Stat. § 47a-7," and struck plaintiff''s Complaint in its entirety.