Attorney Bruce L. Elstein is a Member of the firm whose practice focuses exclusively upon representing individuals and businesses in disputes requiring litigation.
Attorney Elstein graduated from Hofstra University School of Law, where he was also a member of the Moot Court Competition Team. Elstein earned his undergraduate degree from Skidmore College with a Bachelor of Science, concentrating in accounting.
Bruce concentrates on significant personal injury cases and complex civil and commercial litigation. His personal injury practice concentrates in the areas of automobile collisions, property hazards and malpractice while his civil and commercial practice focuses on business, real estate and construction related disputes.
Attorney Elstein’s accounting and business educational background assists him in understanding, analyzing and presenting complex financial matters in his cases. Bruce has effectively tried and settled countless cases for his clients and has successfully argued many appellate matters.
Mr. Elstein is active in civic affairs and has been active as president and board member of his resident lake community. While in college, Bruce actively participated in the emergency corps as a driver, attendant and dispatcher. He also headed its first major successful fundraising effort as his senior study project, a venture that won him public accolades and an award for his dedication to the Saratoga Springs community.
Bruce and his wife, Carol Porrata Elstein, have two children and reside in Trumbull, Connecticut.
Video Recorded On: 5/1/2017: Supreme Court argument on confidentiality of medical records
Articles and Radio Interviews
- Attorney Bruce Elstein discusses Indiana’s RFRA law on WATR Radio
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Local TV Interview, Owner of controversial painting speaks out on its removal
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Podcast Interview HIPAA Ruling: Impact on Breaches
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Radio Interview – Recent Victory in the CT Supreme Court
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Conn. Medical Records Ruling Could Have Widespread Impact
- Court Allows HIPAA Negligence Claim
- Conn. Supreme Court HIPAA Decision Likely to Spawn More Litigation
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Radio Interview – Medical Privacy Case
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Connecticut court rules medical privacy case can go to trial
- Attorney Bruce Elstein: Radio Interview – What to do in a car accident