Attorney Eric Reinken has more than 30 years of experience handling personal injury cases and child sex abuse cases in the Connecticut. His legal skills and encyclopedic knowledge of the law have helped countless accident and abuse victims receive the compensation and justice they deserve. His compassion and dedication to getting justice for those who have been victimized by insurance companies, negligent drivers and unfair or unlawful practices was forged by his tenure as Assistant Town Attorney for the Town of Greenwich. He fights tirelessly for those he represents. Eric Reinken is licensed in the State of Connecticut, the Federal courts in New York and Connecticut and the 2d Circuit Court of Appeals. Eric Reinken was appointed the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Board of Governors, Fairfield county Bar Association, Civil Litigation Committee and the American Association for Justice.
Recently, Attorney Reinken and his firm have won millions of dollars for victims including: a $20,000,000 verdict for a victim of childhood sexual abuse, a $1.1 million award for a woman who suffered crippling knee injuries after a car accident in Kent Connecticut, $600,000 for a woman who required neck surgery after a car accident, $380,000 to a victim of a dog bite, $1,000,000 for injuries resulting in partial amputation of a man’s foot from a large splinter on a pallet, $1,000,000 for a gentleman who injured his back at work, $580,000 for a victim who suffered injuries falling down stairs, $500,000 for injuries incurred in a rear end motor vehicle accident, $425,000 verdict for a man who was hit by a van and several other large settlements and verdicts.
The Reinken Law Firm is firmly committed to helping victims of sexual abuse and their families gain the necessary confidence and strength to confront the responsible parties and hold them accountable. They understand that the emotional and psychological injuries suffered by sexual abuse victims, especially those victims who are too young to fully comprehend what has happened to them, can last for decades and impact every area of their life.
The Reinken Law Firm won a $20 million-dollar verdict for a victim, a woman who was abused by her father when she was a child in Stamford. It was the largest abuse verdict in the state and most likely the largest verdict in this district. Unfortunately, sexual abuse can occur in hospitals, schools, churches and other places where children are supposed to be safe. Eric Reinken will obtain justice for victims in any type of sexual abuse case and will treat these survivors with compassion, patience and understanding.
Recently, the Reinken Law Firm brought suit against the Boy Scouts of America. On behalf of 17 scouts, abused by a pedophile who was a scout leader. It was the biggest single case ever brought against the Boy Scouts. Eric Reinken will represent victims of pedophiles, such as Boy Scouts and obtain the justice and provide the acknowledgment that these brave survivors deserve
Eric Reinken and his firm are also dedicated to the victims of hazing abuse in college and schools. They will use every resource at their disposal to help victims of illegal, abusive and destructive practices get justice and obtain compensation from the responsible parties. If you or someone you love is in need of an experienced and knowledgeable attorney in Connecticut, there is no better choice than Eric Reinken.
Stamford, Bridgeport & Danbury, CT attorney with the experience to handle your accident-related injury case
Eric Reinken has 30 years of experience handling many cases in the Connecticut area for victims of accidents. His tenure as an assistant city attorney for Greenwich informed his perspective on how to represent his clients in fights against insurance companies. He started The Reinken Law Firm to help personal injury, wrongful death and workers’ compensation claimants receive the compensation their cases demand.
Familiarity and proven track record in local Connecticut courts and federal court
Attorney Eric Reinken has spent three decades serving clients in Stamford, CT. He also serves New Canaan, Cos Cob, Stamford, Darien, Old Greenwich, Norwalk, Riverside, Redding Ridge, Greenwich, Wilton and all of Fairfield County. With close to 100 cases tried, he has produced several large verdicts on behalf of his clients. Eric recently received a $900,000 settlement for a client who was hit by a car when crossing the street. Another recent case garnered his client $750,000 for a truck accident injury. The wisdom acquired from many court experiences has provided Eric with the tools and foresight to proficiently handle your personal injury, wrongful death or workers’ compensation matter.
Schedule your free initial consultation with an experienced injury attorney
At The Reinken Law Firm, we diligently work to represent injury victims and families in wrongful death cases. We can meet with you at our office in Stamford or visit your home or the hospital if needed. Contact us at 203-541-0090 or online. We handle all cases on a contingency fee basis, so you do not pay us unless we recover for you.
- Personal injury
- Wrongful death
- Medical malpractice
- Products liability
- Drunk driving accidents
- Speeding accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Brain injuries
- Slip and fall accidents
- Workers’ compensation
- AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated 4.8 by Martindale-Hubbell®
- Big Ten Award from Connecticut Legal Services
- Connecticut, 1981
- U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, 1982
- U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit
- U.S. District Court, District of New York
- J.D., Washington University School of Law, 1981
- Senior editor, Urban Law Annual, Washington University School of Law, 1980–1981; recipient, Outstanding Achievement Award
- B.A., Clark University, 1978
- Connecticut Bar Association
- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
- The American Association for Justice
- Fairfield County Sports Commission, Board of Directors
- Stamford/Darien, Board of Directors
- Assistant Corporation Counsel, City of Stamford, 1984–1987
- Stamford Regional Bar Association, Law Day Committee, Chairman, 1989
- “Recent Developments,” Newsletter of the Department of Planning and Law, June 1980