Partner Chris Sochacki Named Best Personal Injury Lawyer for 3rd 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 for a third consecutive year in the Waterbury Republican-American newspaper’s Reader’s Choice Awards.

The 2020 winners were announced in a special section inserted into the Oct. 1 edition of the newspaper.

“The Waterbury Republican is the paper of record for northwestern Connecticut, which makes this award especially meaningful,” Attorney Sochacki said. “Winning it three years in a row—even if last year was a tie vote—is very gratifying. I see it as a testament to the dedicated advocacy of the entire Cramer & Anderson team on behalf of our clients, and our communities. Our goal is to provide the best legal representation in a caring and affordable way, and these Reader’s Choice awards only deepen our commitment to being there for the people who need us.”

Cramer & Anderson Partner Neal D. White, Jr. joins Attorney Sochacki on the list of award winners. He was named Best Estate Planning Lawyer, also for a third consecutive year.

In addition to Attorney Sochacki’s Reader’s Choice awards, the Connecticut Law Tribune presented him with a Distinguished Leaders in the Law award in 2018.

Attorney White and Attorney Sochacki are both based in the firm’s Litchfield office, located across from the Green in the historic center of town.

About Attorney Sochacki

Attorney Sochacki’s Civil Litigation and Personal Injury practice focuses on helping people who have been wronged or injured, including cases involving product liability, construction defects, medical malpractice, professional malpractice, and Workers’ Compensation claims.

His experience includes 17 years of practicing as an insurance defense litigator, giving him strategic insight and experience concerning how insurance companies and their defense counsel handle the litigation of claims.

Attorney Sochacki also has extensive experience with employers’ liability and discrimination, and real estate errors and omissions, as well as fire and explosion litigation, along with emergency management and emergency response consultation and litigation.

Attorney Sochacki’s volunteer service as a first responder—as a member of New Hartford Volunteer Ambulance and New Hartford’s Nepaug/Bakerville Volunteer Fire Department—also provides him with insights and experience that benefit clients. A licensed Paramedic and certified firefighter, he has a deeper understanding than most attorneys of medical conditions and emergency response.

He lives in New Hartford with his wife, Julie, and their two sons.

Attorney Sochacki may be reached by phone at (860) 567-8718, or by email at csochacki@cramer-anderson.com.

For further information, see his website profile.

Working With Cramer & Anderson

As Connecticut reopens, our attorneys and staff are dividing their time between working remotely and spending time in our offices, while observing proper social distancing measures amid the COVID-19 coronavirus.

Attorneys are available as usual by phone or email, and connecting with clients using technology such as Zoom. For more information, see the firm’s website or call the flagship office in New Milford at (860) 355-2631. Other regional offices are located in Danbury, Ridgefield, Kent, Washington Depot, and Litchfield.