Stephen Sobin is a member of the Insurance and Personal Injury Litigation Departments in the firm’s Glastonbury Office and is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut.
In his personal injury practice, he zealously represents plaintiffs who have been injured in automobile accidents, slip-and-fall accidents, work-related accidents, in addition to plaintiffs who have sustained animal related injuries.
Attorney Sobin is equally proficient in defending clients in the same types of cases, and has gained considerable experience doing so in his representation of both local and nationally recognized insurance companies.
He has successfully argued dispositive motions on the Complex Litigation Docket in Hartford and works tirelessly with his clients to understand the unique components of each case.
Attorney Sobin received his undergraduate degree from Providence College, and his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law.
During his first year of law school, Attorney Sobin clerked for the Honorable Alfred V. Covello, Senior United States District Judge.
Thereafter, Attorney Sobin clerked for the City of Hartford’s Corporation Counsel, State Senator Paul Doyle, and was an Honors Law Clerk for the United States Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C. Attorney Sobin received the CALI Excellence for the future award in Historic Preservation Law and Public Policy.
Attorney Sobin also had the privilege of being one of UConn Law’s first students to graduate with an Energy and Environmental Law Certificate.