Anne Jasorkowski is an Associate attorney at Goldman, Gruder and Woods, working in the firm’s Litigation and Health Care Departments. Anne chose a career as an attorney because of her strong desire to advocate for those who cannot do so for themselves. While in law school, she was the Founder and President of the Student Animal Legal Defense fund and now serves on the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA) Animal Law Committee.
Anne’s primary focus is representing individuals and businesses in civil, family, and probate courts throughout Connecticut to help her clients resolve problems involving contract disputes, business tort claims, commercial collections, family and personal injury matters, and probate matters.
Anne also counsels health care providers regarding regulatory, HIPAA, and insurance reimbursement and recoupment issues. She appears before state agencies, including the Connecticut Department of Social Services, representing individuals and health care providers involving Medicaid appeals.
Anne is admitted to practice in Connecticut and New York states, the U.S.. District Court, District of Connecticut, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. She is a member of the Milford and Connecticut Bar Associations, as well as the Litigation and Elder law sections of the CBA. Prior to practicing law, she was a Project Manager for a leading employer services company.
Anne received her B.S. in Business Management, Magna cum laude, in 2001 from Albertus Magnus College and her J.D., cum laude, in 2006 from Quinnipiac University School of Law. She lives in Orange with her husband, daughter and yellow Labrador retriever.