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Waller, Smith & Palmer, P.C. - New London, CT

52 Eugene O'Neill Drive New London, CT 06320

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Updated: 11/08/2019

New London Personal Injury Law Firm


Waller, Smith & Palmer, P.C. is a Connecticut firm engaged in general law practice. The firm was formed in 1885 by Thomas W. Waller and his son, Tracy Waller. Thomas Waller had previously served as governor of Connecticut from 1883 until 1885 and as United States Consul General to London. Since its founding the firm has continuously maintained an office in New London, CT. Attorneys from the firm appear in all Connecticut courts, including probate courts and all federal courts...

About Waller, Smith & Palmer, P.C.


  • Spanish
  • English (Primary)

Practice Areas

  • Personal Injury
  • Family/Domestic Relations
  • Estate Administration
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate Litigation
  • Conservatorships
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Social Security
  • Employment Law
  • Real Estate (Residential and Commercial)
  • Land Use (property disputes, zoning)
  • Bankruptcy
  • Land Conservation
  • Corporate
  • Commercial
  • Non-profit
  • Elder Law

Office Information


52 Eugene O'Neill Drive New London, CT 06320


  • (860) 447-9915

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