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Daniel P. Bishop - Windsor, CT

360 Bloomfield AveSuite 200 Windsor, CT 06095

Updated: 11/14/2022

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Daniel P. Bishop is an associate attorney with the Dombrowski Law Group, practicing primarily in Workers' Compensation cases and representing injured workers at every stage of their case. Prior to joining Dombrowski Law Group, Attorney Bishop exclusively represented injured claimants/plaintiffs in private practice. Attorney Bishop has dedicated his practice entirely to helping those with any type of injury in any and all employment settings...
Daniel P. Bishop is an associate attorney with the Dombrowski Law Group, practicing primarily in Workers' Compensation cases and representing injured workers at every stage of their case. Prior to joining Dombrowski Law Group, Attorney Bishop exclusively represented injured claimants/plaintiffs in private practice. Attorney Bishop has dedicated his practice entirely to helping those with any type of injury in any and all employment settings. He is a zealous advocate with the experience necessary to achieve top results in any claim. He prides himself on top notch communication, attention to detail, and down to earth representation that helps him build great working relationships with clients and other attorneys.
In 2015, Attorney Bishop received his Juris Doctor from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He is on the Board of Editors for Compensation Quarterly, an independent and non-partisan publication which tracks developments in the area of workers' compensation a practice in the State of Connecticut. Attorney Bishop was published as the lead article in the Summer 2017 edition of Compensation Quarterly, titled "It's All Fun and Games until Someone Gets Hurt: College Athletics and Workers' Compensation" and the lead article in the Winter 2021 edition, titled "Interview with Chairman Stephen Morelli". He was also a presenting panelist at the Civil Justice Foundation CLE Seminar entitled "Breaking Down Complex Workers' Compensation Issues".
Attorney Bishop lives in Manchester with his wife and three pets. Outside the practice of law, he maintains a physically active lifestyle and enjoys volunteering as coach for Manchester Little League, as well as fundraising and volunteering for a number of other charities. He is a member and past president of the Connecticut Valley chapter of Business Network International.

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360 Bloomfield AveSuite 200 Windsor, CT 06095

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