Stephen M. Reck
Named a Super Lawyer for five consecutive years, is a “Lawyer of Distinction”, and is a member of the American Association for Justice
Attorney Reck is the first lawyer in the country to file a lawsuit against the makers of Similac and Enfamil alleging that their products increase the risk of NEC in premature infants. It all started when a concerned mom called the office and explained what had happened to her daughter. Since that day, Stephen has dedicated his time to these cases, working tirelessly to try to stop the dangerous practice of feeding cow’s milk-based formulas and fortifiers to preemies in the NICU. If you think this may have happened to your child, call our office today or fill out the “contact us” form, we’ll be happy to listen to your child’s story and see if we can help.
In 1991, Stephen M. Reck received his J.D. Magna Cum Laude from the Quinnipiac College School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. He obtained his LLM Degree in 1995 from Columbia University School of Law, where he was designated a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.
Ever since, Attorney Reck has been practicing law in southeastern Connecticut. He is admitted to practice in Connecticut state and federal courts, as well as in Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He established the Law Firm of Stephen M. Reck, LLC in 2006.
He is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and the New London County Bar Association. Attorney Reck is also a frequent seminar presenter to attorneys and bar associations on topics such as jury selection and trials. He served as adjunct professor at Quinnipiac College School of Law where he instructed students in “Legal Skills” for several years.
Attorney Reck has worked with medical experts, economists, and liability experts, whom he can call upon during trials to help strengthen your position. He can provide numerous examples of cases in which insurance companies offered his clients nothing or almost nothing, yet he was able to win financial compensation by taking the cases to trial.