Heading up the litigation department is Timothy Brignole with over 20 years experience all across the State of Connecticut in all Superior Courts, Federal District Courts and the Connecticut Supreme Court. Mr. Brignole is a nationally certified trial lawyer. The National Board of Trial Advocacy has certified Mr. Brignole as one of approximately 2,460 trial lawyers in the nation who are nationally certified as trial specialists in civil litigation. Mr. Brignole has completed many complex trials to jury verdict. Timothy Brignole believes in elevating the professionalism of trial lawyers while representing people's rights.

 


 

 

Attorney David W. Bush has been practicing law with the law firm of Brignole, Bush & Lewis, LLC for over 10 years and is a civil and criminal litigation attorney. Mr. Bush has concentrated on the practice of criminal defense, automobile personal injury and medical and dental malpractice. Mr. Bush has tried many cases to verdict in both medical malpractice and personal injury litigation and is extremely proficient in defending drunk driving charges.

 


 

 

Attorney John C. Lewis III has been with the law firm of Brignole, Bush & Lewis, LLC for over 10 years and has tried motor vehicle accident cases to jury verdict and is engaged in the practice of personal injury, workers' compensation, real estate transactions and divorce. Mr. Lewis heads up the real estate transactions department of the law firm where he and his support staff handle real estate closings, mortgage refinances, purchases and sales of commercial/residential properties as well as raw land.

 


 

 

Attorney Juri Taalman joined the law firm of Brignole, Bush & Lewis over six years ago, after ten years of international experience which included serving as the American Bar Association Liaison to the Republic of Estonia and Special Advisor to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Estonia. Mr. Taalman has had extensive experience in all areas of criminal and civil litigation, and is currently involved in all phases of litigation, including complex litigation and appellate practice at the firm. He has argued cases before the Appellate Court and the Supreme Court of Connecticut and has taken appeals to the Second Circuit Court of Appeals as well as to the Supreme Court of the United States. Mr. Taalman also has extensive experience in the towns of Lebanon and Lisbon.

 



 

Attorney J. Xavier Pryor joined the law firm of Brignole, Bush & Lewis in 2002. Since joining the firm, he has successfully tried cases to jury verdict, and has also represented clients in Department of Children and Family matters. Mr. Pryor successfully argued before the Supreme Court of the State of Connecticut, thereby expanding the ability of Connecticut residents to collect from the Connecticut Insurance Guarantee Fund for damages sustained when insurance companies become insolvent. Mr. Pryor's areas of practice include personal injury, worker's compensation, defense of Department of Children and Families abuse and neglect cases, home improvement contractor matters, and child custody cases

 


Attorney Bozena Wysocki has been with the firm since 2005. She is admitted to practice law in Connecticut and Massachusetts. A native of Poland, she came to the United States in 1999. She attended Western New England College School of Law where she served for two years on the Western New England Law Review as a staff member and then as a production editor. Mrs. Wysocki graduated in 2005 Magna Cum Laude ranking 3rd in her class of 166. Mrs. Wysocki's areas of practice include: real esate transactions both commercial and residential, wills, collections, formation of limited liability companies, mechanics' liens, as well as personal injury cases. She has worked with Attorney Tim Brignole on several complicated cases in litigation including land disputes, commercial real estate transactions, legal malpractice cases and personal injury cases.


Attorney Richard Mather joined the firm of Bringole, Bush and Lewis in 2010. He studied law at Indiana University Maurer School of Law, where he served as a managing editor on the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, board member of the International Law Society, and member of the school's trial competition league.