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Stephanie Rios

Stephanie Rios

Paralegal, Personal Injury

Stephanie was hired as a paralegal in our personal injury division. Because of her enthusiastic approach in helping others, along with her exceptional interpersonal skills, she became BJM Law's first intake specialist. She absolutely loves being able to meet every client and enjoys getting know them. She welcomes each client into the BJM Law family and begins building a relationship with them.

Stephanie has always had a passion for law. She feels like it's her natural calling. She recently attended NVCC, for Criminal Justice on a full scholarship and graduated with honors. Her lifelong dream has been to become an attorney, so she thought BJM Law was a great opportunity to begin her career. She has seven years of legal experience and is bilingual in English and Spanish. Stephanie loves coming to work every morning.

Originally from Bridgeport, Stephanie resides in Naugatuck with her family. Her role as a parent and career does not stop her from being involved in her local community. She has a passion for baseball and volunteers her time to young children, teaching the fundamental value of the sport. She loves to travel, stay active and remains focused on being a positive role model for her children.

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