Kenneth G. Bartlett has been presenting cases of seriously injured clients to Connecticut juries since 1982. After graduating from Quinnipiac Law School in 1981, Attorney Bartlett was a law clerk at the Connecticut Supreme Court Building in Hartford, Connecticut.
After clerking, Attorney Bartlett spent five years doing extensive trial work before creating his own law firm; he was a partner at Solomon & Stanton in Meriden, CT (from 1982-1984) and later as a civil trial litigator for the Alan E. Silver, P.C. law firm in New Haven, Connecticut.
He was the first attorney in Connecticut to successfully recover money for a victim of a sexual assault where it was alleged there was inadequate security. He has litigated Benedictine, DPT vaccine and silicone implant cases over the past twenty years.
Attorney Bartlett was awarded board-certified status as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in 1984. To date, Attorney Bartlett has tried in excess of sixty personal injury cases to verdict. He was re-certified in 1989, 1994 and 2003.
He has extensively written and lectured on selected legal topics over the past twenty years. He is a past planning co-chairperson and speaker for the Connecticut Bar Association on Medical Malpractice.
Most recently, Attorney Bartlett presented a paper to the workers’ compensation section of the Connecticut Bar Association in March, 2004. His article on Screening Medical Malpractice Cases was published in Trial Magazine, a magazine with a national readership. A complete listing of his published articles may be accessed on the website.
As a long standing member of NBTA, Attorney Bartlett maintains a $1 million professional liability policy to insure protection of all clients.
- Quinnipiac University, J.D.
- Wesleyan University
- University of Vermont
Admissions & Membership:
- New Jersey
- Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit)
- U.S. Claims Court
- Board-certified as civil trial attorney by National Board of Trial Advocacy
- New Haven Bar Association
- Connecticut Bar Association
- American Association of Justice
- Academy of Connecticut Civil Trial Attorneys
- Founding sponsor of Civil Justice Foundation
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