Attorney James A. Hall IV


Attorney James Alexander Hall, IV, is an experienced trial and personal injury attorney licensed in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Connecticut Federal District Court as well as injured workers in Connecticut, Rhode Island, Mohegan Tribal and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Courts.  Practicing law since 1997, Attorney Hall began interning for the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office during his last year of law school at New York Law.  Since then, he has made his clients millions of dollars, including those injured in auto accidents, slip and falls, work related injuries, discrimination and harassment cases.

“I pride myself in listening to my clients and truly understanding their needs.  When I have the opportunity to make the extra call or fight just a bit harder to get the best result, I will not hesitate.  Truly helping those who are injured or abused is my way of making a real difference in the world, one hard fought result at the time.  If you need help, or just need answers about your case, I welcome your call.  Tell my paralegals that you want to speak with me directly and I will do my best to answer your initial questions, confidentially and at no cost for my initial answers.”

James Hall was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and attended Tabor Academy in Massachusetts and then the University of Colorado at Boulder where he received his BA degree.  In 1997, he obtained his Juris Doctorate from New York Law School.  He earned licenses to practice law in all Connecticut State Courts (1997), Federal Court, District of Connecticut (2000), and all Rhode Island State Courts (2004).  In addition, he actively helps injured workers with compensation claims in the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court, Mohegan Tribal Court and the State of Connecticut/Rhode Island Worker’s Compensation Commissions.

Volunteer contributions:

2020-2022  Chairman, Planning and Zoning board,  Westerly, RI

~  President of PTA,  Pine Point, Stonington, CT

~  Frank Olean Center, Westerly RI – Volunteer Adults with Disabilities

Special Note:  James is guardian for his brother who has Down Syndrome and consequently has a special lifetime passion for serving disabled persons.





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