About Our Connecticut Law Firm

About The Firm

Back in 1881, a young lawyer named John Wynne opened a law office in Connecticut, starting a family tradition of striving to provide excellent legal service. In 1986, fourth-generation lawyer John Wynne, Jr. joined with John Buckley in a legal practice that concentrates all the firm’s experience, energy, and resources on helping personal injury victims and the families of wrongful death victims. John Parese joined the firm in 2007. Our practice areas include personal injury, wrongful death, and professional malpractice.

There is no cost or obligation for our professional analysis of your claim. All our personal injury cases are taken on a contingency fee basis, which means that if we are unable to recover anything, there is no charge for our legal services or expenses. At the time of settlement or judgment, we receive a percentage of the recovery plus related expenses, which is agreed upon before we begin work on your case.

At Buckley Wynne & Parese, the law partners do the work. Your file will not be passed on to another attorney. Every case is handled by an attorney. With Buckley Wynne & Parese, you get the experience and concern of seasoned personal injury attorneys who work to minimize your worries while obtaining the best results for your personal injury claim. We will meet you in our offices, at your home, or in your hospital room. We are available at your convenience.

Buckley Wynne & Parese has represented clients in state, federal, and appellate courts including the Connecticut Supreme Court. They are members of the American Association for Justice (Formerly the American Trial Lawyers Association), the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, the New Haven County Bar Association and have served as lecturers for various organizations throughout Connecticut.

Buckley Wynne & Parese attorneys are actively involved in various community service projects through the Bar Association and otherwise, including programs to mentor inner city youth, volunteer legal services at local libraries, raise money and diapers for the Connecticut Diaper Bank, local homeless shelters, and various other charitable organizations. Giving back is an important part of who we are.