Gerald S. Sack
Gerald S. Sack was admitted to the Connecticut Bar on October 4, 1977. Since then, he has been a practicing trial lawyer handling civil litigation in the State of Connecticut and in federal courts of Connecticut and other states.
Prior to beginning his legal career, Mr. Sack attended Kingswood School (West Hartford) (1971), Yale University (B.A. 1974) and The University of Connecticut Law School (J.D., High Honors, 1977). At Yale, Mr. Sack completed his studies in an accelerated three year time span. At UCONN Law School, he was salutatorian of his class.
In 1985, Mr. Sack formed the firm of Sack and Spector, later known as Sack, Spector & Barrett, and ultimately as Sack, Spector & Karsten. In April, 2005, he formed the Law Offices of Gerald S. Sack, LLC.
During his legal career, Mr. Sack has represented a variety of parties in civil litigation. Most of these cases have been based on tort theories. The majority of the tort cases have concerned personal injuries, property damage and wrongful death.
Mr. Sack is a member of the Bars of the State of Connecticut, the United States District Court of Connecticut, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, the United States Court of Federal Claims, and the United States Supreme Court. He is Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial Law and Civil Pretrial Practice Law, is “AV” rated by “Martindale-Hubbell”, and has been named as a “Connecticut Super Lawyer”.
In his private life, Mr. Sack has been involved in a wide range of community activities including serving as Chairperson of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Commission for the Town of Ellington, as board member (16 years) and President (8 years) of Still Mountain Estates Association and on various committees and boards for private clubs and religious institutions. Mr. Sack is married with three daughters and four granddaughters (to date).