Price Larry Attorney

J. Lawrence Price
lprice@bpslawyers.com

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Purdue University (B.A., 1973)

The Catholic University School of Law (J.D., 1985)

Attorney Larry Price has been practicing law in Connecticut for over 20 years. He focuses his practice primarily on litigation, frequently in cases involving liquor liability, dram shop law, premises liability, automobile and bicycle accidents, insurance issues, negligent security, negligent supervision, personal injury, many types of construction litigation as well as other various areas of civil litigation. Attorney Price also frequently acts as a mediator and arbitrator in all types of civil disputes. He regularly lectures on liquor liability and premises liability-related topics.

Attorney Price is a Commissioner of the Metropolitan District Commission, and is a former Deputy Mayor and Town Council member of West Hartford (1986-1995). Attorney Price also served as the Democratic Town Chairperson of West Hartford (1998-2004), as well as Trustee of the Connecticut Science Center. Before entering the legal profession, Attorney Price taught high school and coached basketball. Attorney Price is a member of the Native American tribe, Chickasaw Nation.



Currently, Attorney Price is a member of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association, Litigation Section, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, the American Trial Lawyers Association, as well as the Hartford County Bar Association.

100 Pearl Street Hartford Connecticut, 06103
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(860) 522-3343

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  • Criminal Defense Lawyers
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