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Jennifer Amdur practices in the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice law and is licensed to practice law in Connecticut and Massachusetts. She is an active member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Women’s Caucus, the American Association of Justice, and Connecticut Bar Association. Jennifer also serves the community by working with a number of organizations including Kids in Crisis, Easter Seals, and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Jennifer has also been honored as a Connecticut and New England Super Lawyers Rising Star in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Jennifer has been co-counsel in a number of significant medical malpractice cases including a $5 million total recovery against a physician who failed to timely diagnose a client’s bacterial infection leading to catastrophic limb-altering injuries, a $3 million settlement against a physician in a wrongful death action, $1.4 million settlement against a physician in a wrongful death action, and a $650,000.00 settlement/verdict against a physician following a negligent knee replacement procedure.
Jennifer has also recently resolved a number of personal injury cases including a $2 million settlement on behalf of a client who sustained severe permanent injuries as a passenger in an automobile accident, a $680,000 settlement on behalf of a client who sustained neck and back injuries after being rear-ended, a $500,000 settlement for an asbestos worker injured in a ladder accident, a $400,000 settlement for a construction worker who sustained fractures to both legs following a workplace accident, and $150,000 for a client who sustained a fractured wrist as a result of a motor vehicle accident.
Jennifer graduated from Quinnipiac University School of Law, magna cum laude, and obtained her undergrad form Fairfield University, summa cum laude. Jennifer received numerous academic accolades at both institutions including induction into the National Honor Society Phi Beta Kappa and receiving the American Law Society/American Bar Association’s Scholarship and Leadership award, amongst other awards and societies.
In addition, Jennifer has a passion for those in need. Jennifer spent time in Nicaragua promoting human rights and international legal discourse. Further, Jennifer is very involved in women’s rights and women’s professional development as evidenced by serving as President of the Quinnipiac Women’s Law Society for two years and her involvement with the Connecticut Trial Lawyer’s Women’s Caucus.
Jennifer currently resides in Fairfield, Connecticut.
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