Chieffalo, Dom

Chieffalo, Dom - Danbury, CT

36 Mill Plain Road, Suite 305Danbury, CT 06811

Updated: 06/12/2017

Danbury Personal Injury Lawyer


After working as a successful Realtor for 13 years, Dom Chieffalo knew it was time for change and pursued a career in law. "It was a little scary to start a law practice at age 42, but from a career standpoint, it was the best decision I've ever made," said Chieffalo. "I've always been interested in law and it's always intrigued me."

In 2002, he opened the Law Office of Dom Chieffalo in Danbury. A solo practitioner, Chieffalo works with a support staff of three...


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