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Ganim, Ganim & Ganim, P.C. has earned the trust of tens of thousands of clients by handling their most compelling and personal matters with the utmost care and professionalism. A reputation for excellence is not achieved overnight. It is the result of decades of dedicated service, and is earned client by client, year after year. 

The firm has also gained the respect of its peers and continues to accept case referrals from other law firms. 

In 1951, George W. Ganim, Sr., began serving the legal needs of the Greater Bridgeport community. 

Over the past 52 years, the firm has diversified and expanded in size and areas of legal practice. Yet, the focus of the firm remains the same—providing clients with the highest quality legal services available.

Ganim, Ganim & Ganim, P.C. is well recognized in the legal community. 

The name is also well recognized in Connecticut. It has long been associated with integrity, honesty and community service.

We all face legal issues arising from the storms of everyday life. Legal issues are thrust upon us when we least expect them, and other times they come at our choosing. Regardless, your legal needs must be met with favorable results. Turn to Ganim, Ganim & Ganim, P.C. Our legal team will strive for the best possible solutions and outcome for you. 

George W. Ganim, Sr.

founder & senior partner

 

George W. Ganim, Sr. is the founder and senior partner of the firm. He received his law degree from the University of Boston in 1951 where he was Editor of the University’s Law Review. Upon graduation he was admitted to practice law in the States of Massachusetts and Connecticut. He is admitted to practice in all Connecticut courts, including the Appellate and Supreme Courts. He is also admitted to practice in the United States District Court, the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Supreme Court, the Interstate Commerce Commission and Board of Immigration and Naturalization Appeals.

George Sr.’s extensive law practice and experience includes criminal and civil litigation in both the Connecticut courts and the United States district courts for Connecticut, as well as the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts. He also handled numerous trials, hearings and appeals including zoning, workers compensation, family law and juvenile matters. He is a former Deputy City Attorney for the City of Bridgeport and represented the City in various municipal legal issues. He is a former Republican Town Chairman for the City of Bridgeport.

 

Thomas G. Ganim received his undergraduate degree from Fairfield University in 1989. Tom attended the University of Bridgeport School of Law and was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 1992. He is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut before the Connecticut Superior, Appellate and Supreme Courts, as well as the United States District Court for Connecticut. In 2002, Tom was appointed by the Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court as a Fact Finder/Arbitrator for the Courts of the State of Connecticut.

Tom is a current or past member of the American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Association of Trial Lawyers of America and the Greater Bridgeport Bar Association.

Tom handles a variety of legal cases, including personal injury litigation and arbitration, criminal defense, DWI/DUI defense, real estate law, contract negotiations, real estate closings and foreclosure work. Additionally, Tom handles a large volume of matrimonial law cases, including divorce and separation, child custody and support cases. Tom also practices probate law involving wills and estates and handles a variety of administrative hearings and appeals in various state agencies. He has also been appointed by and appeared before the Probate Court to serve as a conservator of estates for persons who are unable to handle their own affairs. Tom is a former Candidate for the Connecticut State Senate in 1996 and 1998.

Thomas G. Ganim

attorney