Attorney Cynthia J. CoccomoAttorney Coccomo is a partner with Solimene & Secondo, LLP. For most of her legal career, she has focused exclusively on representing defendants. Her broad defense background includes the defense of personal and corporate clients in complex civil litigation involving death and personal injury arising from claims of general negligence and professional negligence (dentists, nurses, other healthcare professionals, real estate brokers/agents and accountants), liquor liability, products liability, and employment discrimination disputes.

Attorney Coccomo has successfully represented clients in many matters in jury and nonjury settings and has argued cases before the Appellate and Supreme courts, Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, and professional disciplinary boards.

Attorney Coccomo takes pride in representing each client with passion and integrity. She recognizes that disputes and the prospect of defending oneself in litigation can be stressful, overwhelming, and intimidating. She places a special emphasis on being empathetic to each client’s particular situation and carefully guiding each client through the legal process. Every client receives personal attention with the goal of yielding optimal results in the shortest time.

Attorney Coccomo grew up in Ansonia, Connecticut and currently resides in Fairfield, Connecticut with her husband. She is admitted to practice law in Connecticut, District of Columbia, New York, Pennsylvania, and the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals. She graduated from Fordham University with a Bachelor of Arts degree, and then attained a juris doctor degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law, and a Master of Business Administration from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.


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Quinnipiac University School of Law, JD
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, MBA
Fordham University, BA


Connecticut Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association
New York Bar Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
2nd Circuit Court of Appeals