Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Consumer Attorney Services recently added attorney Raymond Savoy to its national foreclosure defense team in July to help more Connecticut homeowners avoid foreclosure. Savoy represented an easy selection for Consumer Attorney Services with over a decades’ worth of experience as an attorney and over two decades’ worth of experience as a law enforcement officer.
For the last four years, Savoy has worked as an associate attorney at Fitzpatrick, Mariano & Santos P.C. His primary practice areas include worker’s compensation, employment litigation, criminal law, foreclosure defense and DWI defense.
Before working at Fitzpatrick, Mariano & Santos P.C., Savoy ran a sole proprietorship law firm for eight years. He helped clients with personal injury and family law, but primarily focused on employment litigation and labor matters.
He attended law school at the Quinnipiac University School of Law where he received his Juris Doctorate in 2001. Prior to law school, he went to the University of New Haven and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in law enforcement science.
Savoy’s experience with law extends beyond the courtroom having also worked for over 23 years as a police officer. He is a retired patrol sergeant with the Naugatuck Police Department and a former patrol officer with the New Milford Police Department.
He used his legal background as an attorney to work at the Waterbury Police Academy as an adjunct law enforcement instructor. He taught the Waterbury Police Academy in the areas of civil liability, courtroom demeanor, criminal law, housing law, and more.
Savoy stays actively involved with the Naugatuck community and was a former board member to the Naugatuck Board of Education.
Consumer Attorney Services’ new addition of Savoy to its national foreclosure defense team can help more Connecticut homeowners to avoid foreclosure. Consumer Attorney Services is a full service consumer advocacy law firm headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, and offers legal services including but not limited to: foreclosure defense, debt settlement, and bankruptcy law.