Todd D. Schlossberg was born on May 8, 1959. Before attending law school, I ran ski lifts, picked apples, painted houses, taught skiing, and worked as an adolescent and family counselor for a community action agency.
I eventually went on to study law, graduating from Vermont Law School, summa cum laude (1st in my class) in 1990.After law school, I served as a law clerk at the Vermont Supreme Court. I entered private practice with a Burlington law firm in 1991, concentrating in professional malpractice cases, personal injury, and general litigation.
In 1998, I decided to open my own solo practice, 100% dedicated to helping injured Vermonters, visitors, and their families in serious personal injury and wrongful death cases. I am board-certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
In 2006, I was honored to be among 50 trial attorneys from around the United States selected to attend the intensive 22-day Trial Lawyers College, in Wyoming, founded by the legendary trial lawyer, Gerry Spence. In 2010, I served on the Faculty of the College.
From 2010 to 2011, I served as President of the Vermont Association for Justice (VTAJ). I am also a proud member of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), and serve on the Board of Governors of the Association.
Many lawyers call themselves “litigators.” But to a large degree, “litigation” consists of throwing lots of paper at the other side, but very rarely if ever taking a case to trial. I am proud to be a trial lawyer.
I believe that when an attorney is ready and able to take a case to trial, the client is much more likely to get justice.Some personal injury lawyers have high-volume practices, advertising heavily on high-cost radio and TV ad campaigns.
Some of these “settlement mills” take on hundreds of new cases each year, hoping to quickly settle as many cases as possible. I do not operate that way.
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