Kernan, Scully & McDonald, LLP  


James Kernan
David Scully
John McDonald
Kevin Scully

Attorney Profiles
DAVID J. SCULLY has practiced law in Connecticut since his admission to the bar in 1985. He was a partner in the law firm of Kernan & Henry, LLP since 1996. In January 2010, James E. Kernan, David J. Scully, and John K. McDonald formed Kernan, Scully & McDonald, LLP, Trial Attorneys.

Mr. Scully’s primary focus is on cases involving personal injury. He has litigated such cases in every Judicial District in Connecticut as well as the Federal and State Appellate Courts. He also has extensive experience and an active practice in Workers’ Compensation covering all districts in the State.

University of Connecticut — B.A. (Magna Cum Laude) — 1981
American University — J.D. — 1985

Phi Beta Kappa (liberal arts honor society)
Omicron Delta Epilson (economics honor society)
Phi Alpha Theta (history honor society)
Phi Kappa Phi (university honor society)

Member of Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association and Waterbury Bar Association. He has served on the legislative committee of the Waterbury Bar Association. He has been selected by many attorneys to act as an arbitrator and mediator on many private civil personal injury cases.

— Member of the Waterbury and Woodbury Chamber of Commerce
— He has provided pro bono services to clients through the Connecticut Legal Aid Society for over 10 years.

Born January 27, 1959 in New Haven, CT. Raised in Orange, Connecticut. Attended schools in Orange and Woodbridge. Married with four children.

David J. Scully


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