Attorney Wallace was born and raised in Newton, Massachusetts. He attended Providence College in Rhode Island, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. Immediately following, he attended New England Law Boston and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2008. He is admitted to practice law in both the State Courts of Connecticut and Massachusetts, as well as the United States Supreme Court.
After graduating from law school, Attorney Wallace worked for a prominent personal injury firm in Connecticut for six years, representing civil litigation and workers’ compensation matters. In 2015, Attorney Wallace opened his own practice, the Law Office of Andrew E. Wallace, before merging with his former mentor and friend, Attorney Jacobs, to create the thriving firm of Jacobs & Wallace.
Attorney Wallace frequently represents clients who have been seriously injured in work accidents and motor vehicle accidents, and has argued several cases at the Connecticut Appeals Court. He has been a speaker at the Connecticut Trial Lawyers’ Workers’ Compensation seminar. Attorney Wallace has always been passionate about giving back to his community, and volunteers for many charitable organizations, including Habitat for Humanity, Bridgeport Rescue Mission, and the Connecticut Food Bank, as well as the Breast Cancer Emergency Fund, and supporting our first responders during the COVID pandemic.