Attorney Sochacki Named Best Personal Injury Lawyer for 2nd Year

Cramer & Anderson Partner Chris Sochacki is successful in arguing a personal injury case should proceed despite the existence of a signed liability waiver.
Cramer & Anderson Partner Chris Sochacki.

Cramer & Anderson Partner Chris Sochacki has been named Best Personal Injury Lawyer in the Waterbury Republican-American newspaper’s 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards for a second year in a row (this year in a tie vote).

Winners were announced in a special section inserted into the Aug. 1 edition of the paper.

“It’s such a privilege to earn this honor for second year in a row,” Attorney Sochacki said. “It’s a testament to the quality and integrity of Cramer & Anderson and my colleagues, who inspire me on a daily basis. I came to the firm after working as a insurance defense litigator because I wanted to help people who had been injured or wronged in another way, to make a difference for these individuals. No matter their practice areas, the attorneys who make up this firm all feel the same way. It’s energizing to be part of such a team, and gratifying to have our work affirmed by the voters in the Reader’s Choice poll.”

Joining Attorney Sochacki on the list of winners is Partner Neal D. White, Jr., who was voted Best Estate Planning Lawyer, also for a second consecutive year.

Attorney Sochacki’s civil litigation practice focuses on helping people who have been wronged or injured, including personal injury, product liability, construction defects and medical malpractice, professional malpractice, workers’ compensation claims, and more. 

With a foundation of nearly 20 years practicing as an insurance defense litigator, Attorney Sochacki has extensive experience with personal injury cases, as well as experience in fire and explosion litigation, and emergency management and emergency response consultation and litigation.

The cover of the 2019 Reader’s Choice Awards booklet, published Aug. 1, 2019.

Being named Best Personal Injury Lawyer in 2018 and 2019 adds to Attorney Sochacki’s list of recent awards. The Connecticut Law Tribune named him a Distinguished Leader among Connecticut attorneys in 2018 as part of its annual statewide Professional Excellence Awards.

Attorney Sochacki, who is based in the firm’s Litchfield office, lives in New Hartford with his wife, Julie, and their two sons. He volunteers there as an EMT with New Hartford Volunteer Ambulance, and is also a member of New Hartford’s South End Volunteer Fire Department.


Serving clients from six offices in western Connecticut, Cramer & Anderson has a hometown sensibility, a strong regional presence, and a worldly outlook in Practice Areas extending from Personal Injury and Divorce & Family Law to Immigration, Municipal Law, Land Use Law, Real Estate, Workers’ Comp and much more.

The flagship office is located in a historic structure on the Green in New Milford. Additional offices are located in Danbury, Litchfield, Kent, and Washington Depot, and the firm’s newest office is in Ridgefield, serving Fairfield County. For more information, see the website at or call the New Milford office at (860) 355-2631.

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