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Szilagyi & Daly Firm Overview

The law firm of Szilagyi & Daly is the successor to Silvester & Daly which was founded in 1969 in Hartford, Connecticut, by George A. Silvester and Edward J. Daly, Jr. The tradition of excellence established by the firm's founders at the outset continues to this day.

Szilagyi & Daly is a law firm handling the defense of a wide variety of civil claims in both the federal and state courts throughout Connecticut. The firm is dedicated to providing its clients with the highest level of legal service in an efficient and cost effective manner. The firm has earned an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell. The AV rating is the highest rating attainable. It is recognition of preeminent legal skills, adherence to professional standards of conduct and ethics, reliability, diligence and other criteria relevant to the discharge of professional responsibilities.

Szilagyi & Daly is a Member of The International Society of Primerus Laws Firms. The International Society of Primerus Laws Firms is an international network of top-rated, independent law firms that have earned the right to display the Primerus seal of quality. Candidates for membership must have Martindale-Hubbell’s highest AV rating. The International Society of Primerus Laws Firms was created to uphold the highest ideals of the legal profession by seeking out only the very best attorneys and law firms for membership. The firm has submitted to, and passed, a rigorous evaluation which includes candid assessments from judges, fellow lawyers, current and former clients, bar associations, and insurance carriers. As a member of The International Society of Primerus Laws Firms, Szilagyi & Daly has demonstrated a commitment to Integrity, Excellent Work Product, Reasonable Fess, Continuing Legal Education, Civility, and Community Service.

The firm has developed long-standing client relationships through the delivery of personalized and cost-effective legal services and solutions to complex issues. In today’s litigious society, the firm protects the interests of clients with a multi-faceted strategy that includes counseling clients in litigation avoidance, utilizing effective dispute resolution techniques and, when necessary, aggressively pursuing litigation to trial. As part of this plan, the firm develops comprehensive litigation strategies in close consultation with its clients.

Szilagyi & Daly's case handling philosophy is simple. The firm investigates and evaluates cases rapidly and accurately. The firm's attorneys attempt to resolve cases on a fair and equitable basis as soon as possible, with minimal expense to their clients. If a fair and equitable settlement cannot be reached, they are ready, willing, and able to take a verdict. Szilagyi & Daly is comprised of trial lawyers, not litigators. The firm's lawyers are not only willing to try lawsuits, they welcome the opportunity. While they cannot guarantee a win in every case, they can guarantee that the firm's lawyers will devote their full efforts to achieve success.

Szilagyi & Daly is proud of the attorneys, paralegals and staff that make up their team. The firm demands that every member of their team achieve at the highest level. The firm is committed to delivering excellent work product. The attorneys regularly attend continuing legal education to ensure they provide the best advice and service to their clients. They consistently invest in technology to enable them to deliver legal services in an efficient and cost effective manner. The firm's attorneys are committed to charging reasonable fees for their services. This firm defends business and corporate clients in Connecticut providing premier, cost-efficient representation since 1969. Szilagyi & Daly is involved with their communities to improve the lives of others. The firm is committed to the highest standards of legal ethics and civility towards their colleagues. Szilagyi & Daly does not compete with big law firms; they compete with them.

Szilagyi & Daly prides themselves on being trial lawyers, not merely litigators.