McCoy & McCoy
Connecticut Personal Injury Lawyers Representing Victims of Serious Injuries
McCoy & McCoy LLC has a combined 40 years of legal experience working for injured clients throughout Connecticut. Our Connecticut personal injury lawyers
and attorneys, as well as our legal staff, are Connecticut natives and proud members of the communities we serve.
McCoy & McCoy first opened in 1960. Since that time Connecticut personal injury attorney Frank McCoy decided to focus specifically on the rights of people injured through no fault of their own. Although many law firms claim they are experienced and specialize in personal injury cases, very few attorneys can say that 100% of their law firm practice is devoted to helping the victims of seriously injuries, car accidents,
big truck accidents,
wrongful death accident cases, and
medical malpractice cases. Our services are designed for all segments of Connecticut personal injury law.
McCoy & McCoy offers convenient, highly personalized legal services to Connecticut injury and accident victims and referring attorneys. Because of our prompt customer service we have a recognized record of accepting referrals from other attorneys to assist them in the handling of complex and costly cases.
Our Founder - Frank J. McCoy
Frank J. McCoy was born on December 21, 1922 in New Haven, CT and graduated from Milford High School in 1940 before serving as a Sergeant in the United States Army for three years in the European theater during World War II. He graduated from Yale University in 1949 and the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1956. He practiced law for 54 years and served as attorney for the Vernon Fire District during its consolidation with the City of Rockville in forming the Town of Vernon. He served two terms with the Vernon Town Council, and was the Mayor of Vernon for four terms in the 70s and 80s. He served as President of the Connecticut Conference of Mayors and served for over 30 years as Attorney representative on the advisory review board for the Whiting Forensic Institute. He was the service officer for the Soldier Sailors Marine Fund for over 40 years, helping wartime veterans who were in need of financial assistance. In 1960, he formed the Vernon Midget Football League, which was the impetus for football being brought to Rockville High School. He was a coach in Vernon sports for over 40 years, coaching recreation basketball, baseball and football. In 1965, he formed and sponsored the Vernon Orioles baseball team who continue to play in the Hartford Twilight League until today.
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Attorney Frank McCoy Jr.
Over the last two decades, Attorney Frank McCoy, Jr. has represented victims of car accidents, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and falls on dangerous premises, as well as victims of other forms of negligence, throughout Connecticut and New England. Known as the "Connecticut Car Accident Lawyer", as well as one of the most experienced Personal Injury Trial Lawyers in the Hartford area, Frank's mission on every case is always the same - to get the insurance company to pay the full and fair amount of money on each and every one of his client's case.
Frank is licensed as an Attorney at Law by the Supreme Court of Connecticut, and is an active member of the
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the
American Association for Justice, both of which advocate and advance the rights of injured victims against insurance companies.
Attorney McCoy has received certification of Civil Trial Advocate from The National Board of Legal Specialty. The NBLSC is an organization accredited by the
American Bar Association to provide certification in specialty areas.
The NBLSC certifies attorneys that have demonstrated exceptional civil trial experience, and knowledge of Trial Practice, Evidence, Personal Injury, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice and Ethics. Attorney Frank J. McCoy is amongst the elite group of attorneys in Connecticut to receive such a designation.
Frank has a passion for fighting against insurance companies that he sees taking advantage of injured accident victims. "Insurance companies don't voluntarily pay what they should. You have to fight them for what is fair. This is what I do every day," says Frank.
Today, Frank uses his courtroom trial experience to help Connecticut's accident and injury victims collect just and right compensation.