Graham Moller- Associate
He is a third generation attorney. His grandfather, the late William R. Moller, was a name partner for three different firms and considered one of the best trial lawyers in Connecticut. His father, Attorney Barry S. Moller, is a Partner with Cramer & Anderson, and his mother, Gina A. Pasquini, is also an attorney,
Attorney Moller recalls growing up with stimulating dinner table conversations that taught him how to reason well and clearly, argue effectively, and present opinions in ways that advance the goals.
Those influences and the passion for the law he encountered on a daily basis influenced Attorney Moller to pursue a legal career, especially as he saw his parents and grandfather battling tirelessly on behalf of clients’ best interests and making a real difference in people’s lives.
As a result, Attorney Moller developed a philosophy of compassionate advocacy in his practice areas, built on a foundation of shepherding clients through the process of seeking reparation after being wronged or injured.
In terms of Workers’ Compensation, that means pursuing a legal strategy to get clients back to where they were before the injury, and back to work.
College internships at financial firms, during which Attorney Moller found himself working to advance the interests of large firms, helped shape his decision to instead focus on making the law work for individuals.
Attorney Moller lives in Danbury, and was born and raised in Newtown, graduating from Newtown High School in 2008. He’s a sports fan, plays pick-up hockey at the Danbury Ice Arena, and loves to travel.
He works primarily in the New Milford office.
- Hobart College, Geneva, N.Y., (B.A.)
Economics major, minor in public policy with a focus in law
- University of Connecticut School of Law, (J.D.)
- Connecticut Bar Association, member
- National Bar Association, member
- Tax Certificate, UConn School of Law