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Mills & Cahill, LLC - New Haven, CT

One Whitney AvenueSuite 201 New Haven, CT 06510

Updated: 02/18/2024

New Haven Personal Injury Law Firm

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One Whitney AvenueSuite 201 New Haven, CT 06510


  • 203-773-1811

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By Anonymous on Jul. 31, 2023

5.0 out of 5 stars

Mills & Cahill came highly recommended when I was searching for representation after a bicycle collision. The legal team provided comprehensive, thorough, and effective legal help on a matter in which they have plenty of experience.

By Michelle P. on Nov. 01, 2022

5.0 out of 5 stars

I have recommended the Mills & Cahill law firm to anyone needing an attorney for many years. They are highly skilled legal professionals with integrity. You are more than a "client", Jack and his team address your case as if you were one of their own. They listen to your concerns, provide knowledgeable and sound legal counsel, and strive to make a difference in the lives of their clients.

By Anonymous on Dec. 02, 2020

5.0 out of 5 stars

Working with Mills Law Firm was an exceptionally positive experience for myself and my family. My initial expectation was that the process was going to intensify the stress and pressure we were feeling that lead me to the office. This was NOT the case at all. Attorney Mills made me feel at ease and comfortable from our first meeting and lead me through the process every step of the way to a successful outcome. I would highly recommend this firm as they consistently display the integrity and professionalism necessary to produce the positive results I experienced. Attorney Mills' experience and support was instrumental in the outcome of our case.

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