Pedro joined BJM Law having eighteen years of experience as a paralegal in the fields of Real Property, New Construction Tax Abatements, Property Tax Disputes, Social Security Disability, with the last eight years focused on Workers' Compensation. Pedro comes to the table with knowledge of both sides of the workers’ comp process, having represented injured workers and insurance carriers. Pedro deeply empathizes with our clients as he previously has incurred work-related injuries and knows exactly what they are going through. His dedication, work ethic, professionalism and compassion are well known in the workers’ comp community, giving him the ability to get issues resolved quickly.
Pedro graduated from Franklin K. Lane High School in 1988 and left for U.S. Army Basic Training in 1989 as an Artilleryman. After a four-year Active Duty tour overseas, Pedro enlisted in the Army Reserve as a Military Police Officer. Pedro rarely talks about where he’s been and done, so that often leaves people wondering about him, as he so quiet. Pedro is currently attending Naugatuck Valley Community College, in the evenings, as many of the workers’ compensation Commissioners are encouraging him to become an attorney.
Pedro was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Connecticut in 2007. He is currently residing in Naugatuck with his two sons, Noel, Nicholas, and his foster daughter Piper. Pedro’s children, Chrystal, Kira and Marius reside in NY with their mother. Pedro’s favorite pastime is to relax with his friends.