Andrew J. Even focuses his practice on representing large and small employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation claims before the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission.
He advises clients throughout the claims process, including informal, pre-formal, and formal hearings, and is fluent in all stages of litigation, including conducting depositions.
Andrew gained valuable experience as a summer associate in the law and regulatory affairs department of a large international health insurer, where he conducted extensive research and analysis of health care reform issues, counseled clients on behavioral health insurance issues, and handled contracts.
Andrew also served as a law clerk with the Massachusetts Port Authority Labor Relations Department, where he drafted management responses to disciplinary and contractual grievances and aided with arbitration hearings and collective bargaining resolutions.
Before entering law school, Andrew earned a bachelor’s from Saint Anselm College. He went on to graduate with his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School, where he participated in the Health Law Clinical Program and served as chief case law comment editor for the Journal of Health and Biomedical Law.