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Bartlett Law Offices, P.C.

SW Blatchley House, Circa 1840
1308 Durham Road
Madison, CT 06443

Mailing address:
PO Box 4017
Madison, CT 06443

Ph: 203-421-4400
Fax: 203-421-1930
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The legal team at the Bartlett Law
Offices, P.C. confidently
represents clients located across
the state of Connecticut, including
the communities of New Haven,
Hartford, Bridgeport, Stamford,
and all of the surrounding areas.


Kenneth G. Bartlett                

New Haven, Connecticut 


(203) 421-4400
(203) 772-4844


(203) 421-1930


PO Box 4017
Madison, CT 06443


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Kenneth G. Bartlett has been presenting cases of seriously injured clients to Connecticut juries since 1982. After graduating from Quinnipiac Law School in 1981, Attorney Bartlett was a law clerk at the Connecticut Supreme Court Building in Hartford, Connecticut.

After clerking, Attorney Bartlett spent five years doing extensive trial work before creating his own law firm; he was a partner at Solomon & Stanton in Meriden, CT (from 1982-1984) and later as a civil trial litigator for the Alan E. Silver, P.C. law firm in New Haven, Connecticut. He was the first attorney in Connecticut to successfully recover money for a victim of a sexual assault where it was alleged there was inadequate security. He has litigated Benedictine, DPT vaccine and silicone implant cases over the past twenty years.

Attorney Bartlett was awarded board-certified status as a civil trial specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in 1984. To date, Attorney Bartlett has tried in excess of sixty personal injury cases to verdict. He was re-certified in 1989, 1994 and 2003. He has extensively written and lectured on selected legal topics over the past twenty years. He is a past planning co-chairperson and speaker for the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) on Medical Malpractice. Most recently, Attorney Bartlett presented a paper to the worker's compensation section of the Connecticut Bar Association in March, 2004. His article on Screening Medical Malpractice Cases was published in Trial Magazine, a magazine with a national readership. A complete listing of his published articles may be accessed on the website.

As a long standing member of NBTA, Attorney Bartlett maintains a $1 million professional liability policy to insure protection of all clients.

Mr. Bartlett has been voted a Connecticut “Super Lawyer” consecutively for the past five (5) years by his peers in the legal profession.

In January, 2011, Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers appointed Mr. Bartlett both as an attorney trial referee and fact finder /arbitrator in the Judicial District of New Haven.

Recertification by the National Board of Trial Advocacy ("NBTA") in 2017 in civil trial practice. Mr. Bartlett also dual-boarded (2017) in civil Pretrial practice Law.


M.A. Liberal Arts. 2008 Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct.

Juris Doctor (J.D.) 1981 Quinnipiac University, Hamden, Ct.

B.A. 1977. University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. Double Major: English. Geology.

Northfield Mt. Hermon School, Northfield, Mass. (1972)


1987-present-principal of Bartlett Law Offices, P.C., New Haven, Ct. Law firm with a primary focus on personal Injury.

2002-present-senior legal trial counsel to New York law firm Finkelstein & Partners. 31 attorneys in firm. This position  involves heavy litigation skills in preparing and litigating a wide range of  personal injury and  medical malpractice cases. It also requires advising firm on issues of conflict of laws, between New York and Connecticut.

1979-1981: Solomon & Stanton, PC., Meriden, Ct. Hired as a full-time law clerk while attending law school in evening.

1981-1982: law clerk, Connecticut Supreme Court, Hartford, Ct. Assisted in the research and editing of legal opinions, along with the editing of the Dowling legal digest.

1982 (Fall)-1984-Solomon & Stanton, PC. Returned to law firm in capacity as partner. Litigated many of their civil and criminal jury matters in State and   Federal court.

1984-1987-Alan E. Silver, PC, New Haven, Ct. Prepared and tried civil jury cases for firm.

1975-Recipient of National Science Foundation undergraduate Research grant at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N.H. Research topic: Uptake models for phosphate in common estuarine clays. Grant was a 10 week program at the Jackson Estuary Laboratory.


Bartlett, K. & Dominquez, G., Hazardous Waste Management:
The Law of Toxics and Toxic Substances, CRC
Press, Inc. (1986).

Bartlett, K., Current Claimant Issues in Connecticut Workers’ Compensation, Conn. Bar Journal.
Vol. 78., No. 3 (Sept. 2004) pp. 231-259.

Bartlett, K. The Constitutional framework of RCRA,  Toxic Substances Journal., Vol. 3 No. 1
(Summer 1981.)  pp. 23-61.

Bartlett, K., The Legal Development of a Viable Remedy for Toxic Pollution Victims, Toxic Substances Journal, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp. 277-289. (Spring 1983)

Bartlett, K., Office Hazards: A legal survey. Toxic Substances Journal, Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. 199-
248.  (Winter 1983/84)            

Bartlett, K., Notice Defects in Connecticut Zoning Actions, University. of Bridgeport Law
Review,Vol.6, No. 2 (Spring 1985)

Bartlett, K., Office Illnesses, Trial Magazine, Vol. 22, No. 5 (May 1986)

Bartlett, K., Screening and Developing the Medical Malpractice case. (4 part article) Conn. Law
Tribune , Vol. 12, No. 18 (May 5, 1986), Vol. 12. No. 19. (May 12, 1986), Vol. 12, No. 23
(June 23, 1986) & Vol. 12, No. 24 (June 30, 1986)

Bartlett, K., Preparing the Medical Malpractice Case, Trial Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 8, (August,

Bartlett, K., Motion for Review. Conn. Law Tribune Vol. 5.No. 51 (December 17, 1979)

Bartlett, K., Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practices and Insurance Practices Act: Expanding legal
Horizons. Conn. Bar Journal, Vol. 58, No. 4.,pp. 302 (August 1984)


Advanced Workers’ Compensation, 2 day course sponsored by the National Business Institute, November 9 & 10, 2011 in Hartford & New Haven, CT

Faculty, Workers’ Compensation: Current Issues National Business Institute. 2 day course. December 6 & 7, 2007.

Faculty, Institute of  Civil Trial Advocacy, sponsored the Connecticut Bar Association. 4 day course. Registrants are taught, critiqued and mentored by invited faculty. Faculty member 2002-2004. Held at Quinnipiac law school on Hamden, Ct.

Faculty, “Toxic Torts”, ATLA’s National College of Advocacy, Yale Law School, New Haven, Ct
(June 10-12, 1984)

Lecturer, Use of a physician to prove a crucial medicalFact: A case study. Connecticut trial lawyers
Association seminar. (March 17, 1994)

CBA Seminar Chairperson, Medical Malpractice: Screening the Medical Negligence case. seminar
originally held November 15, 1985; seminar offered again on October 28, 1989. 

Speaker, Claimant issues: CBA Workers’ compensation Seminar. (March 27, 2004)

Lecturer, Trying the Automobile Injury Case in Connecticut National Business Institute (NBI)
(October 9, 1991)

Lecturer, Personal injury practice in Connecticut.NBI Seminar given in Hartford (February 8, 1990) and in New Haven (February 9, 1990).


  • Connecticut 1981.
  • New Jersey 1983
  • Court of Appeals (2nd Circuit)-1983
  • U.S. Claims Court-1990


  • Board-certified as civil trial attorney by National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) in 1984. Re-certified in 1989, 1994 and 2003.
  • Member of New Haven Bar Association since 1981.
  • Member of the Connecticut Bar Association since 1981.
  • Member of American Association of Justice (AAJ) since 1982.
  • Member of Academy of Connecticut Civil Trial Attorneys since 1985.
  • Founding sponsor of Civil Justice Foundation since 1986.


  • Birth Date 2/14/1954
  • Married. Two children ages 14 and 16. Resides in Madison, Connecticut.


  • Member of classic book club-RJ Julia Bookseller, Madison, Ct.
  • Played 4 years of college lacrosse at University of Vermont.
  • Named to 1977 New England collegiate lacrosse All-star team (defense).
  • Former director of fund-raising for the Madison’s “A Better Chance” (ABC program) for under-privileged youth minorities 1996-2004.
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