Thomas Mott - Litigation Attorney, Connecticut Injury Lawyer, Connecticut Workers Compensation Lawyer


Washington Office:

18 Titus Rd.

P.O. Box 1453

Washington, CT 06793

p: 203-408-6500

f:  203-724-4179

Stamford Office:

750 East Main St.

6th Floor

Stamford, CT 06902

p: 203-408-6500

f:  203-724-4179


Connecticut State Courts

U.S. District Court - Connecticut


J.D. - University of Connecticut

         School of Law

M.S. - University of New Haven

B.S. - Western Connecticut State



Thomas W. Mott


Tom is a founding partner of MOTT ZEZULA and focuses his practice on civil and commercial litigation, personal injury,  and workers' compensation. 

Tom litigates complex property disputes, breach of contract actions, construction disputes, business/corporate disputes, mortgage foreclosure actions, eviction actions, land use appeals, unfair trade practice claims, creditor rights in bankruptcy court, and other complex litigation matters.

Tom also litigates life-altering injury cases including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, plane crashes, tractor-trailer crashes, boating and jet-ski accidents, skiing, snowboarding, and snow-tubing accidents, biking accidents, wrongful death, defective products, nursing home neglect, medical malpractice, construction site disasters, sex abuse and sexual assault cases, abuse or neglect at schools or camps, dog bites, and work injuries.  He regularly appears before the Connecticut Workers' Compensation Commission on behalf of claimants who were injured at work.

While Tom's focus is on prosecuting injury cases, he has also defended both personal injury lawsuits and workers' compensation claims. This two-sided litigation experience serves his injury clients well since Tom can analyze a case from all angles.  


Tom has been named a "Rising Star" by Connecticut Super Lawyers.

Practice Areas:

Personal Injury

Workers' Compensation

Civil Litigation

Commercial/Business Litigation

Property Disputes

Construction Litigation

Breach of Contract

Business Disputes

Dispute Resolution