New Haven Municipal Law

At Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, our New Haven municipal law attorneys are dedicated to providing client communities with the highest-quality legal services and personalized attention in a timely and cost-effective manner.

We are aware of the wide range of issues facing municipalities and are sensitive to the unique cost constraints of municipal governments. Our attorneys have extensive experience in all aspects of municipal law, including representing and advising municipal boards and commissions; handling municipal litigation and administrative appeals; and providing guidance and direction for town governance.

We have successfully defended numerous municipalities in the state of Connecticut against general and professional liability claims for over 30 years, including the town of East Haven, city of New Haven, city of Bridgeport, city of West Haven and town of Fairfield.

Strong, Effective New Haven Municipal Law Representation

We litigate and aggressively defend the full spectrum of police professional liability claims in both state and federal courts, including claims based on excessive force, wrongful arrest, illegal search, failure to protect, police pursuits, racial profiling, and all due process and equal protection claims. Our attorneys regularly represent municipalities and their officials in lawsuits brought for civil rights violations, negligence and roadway defects. We also represent the municipalities in actions to obtain ownership of animals removed from their owners based on abuse and/or neglect.

In addition to our significant trial work on behalf of municipalities, our attorneys are experienced in handling appeals in municipal cases before the Connecticut Appellate Court, the Connecticut Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit.

Our municipal law attorneys in New Haven are:

Contact An Experienced Law Firm To Represent Your Interests Today

Contact us at Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante. Our office represents people throughout Connecticut in matters of municipal law.