Nicholas S. Carone

Nicholas S. Carone
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Attorney Carone was born and raised in Rocky Hill, Connecticut. He attended UConn in Storrs, CT where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Immediately following graduation, he began his career as a Workers’ Compensation adjuster for the premier municipal insurer in the United States. While working, he attended Western New England School of Law and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2020. He is admitted to practice law in the State Courts of Connecticut.

After graduating from law school, Attorney Carone continued to handle Workers’ Compensation matters and provide legal education for the towns of Connecticut.  In 2021, Attorney Carone joined the successful and growing law firm of Jacobs & Wallace.

Attorney Carone frequently represents clients who have been seriously injured in work accidents. Attorney Carone’s entire career has centered around Connecticut’s Workers’ Compensation Act and ensuring that the injured workers of this state receive every benefit they are owed under our laws. He believes that each of his clients deserve an attorney who will educate them on their rights, be responsive throughout this stressful period of their lives, and get them the best result possible for their case.


  • Western New England School of Law, East Longmeadow, Massachusetts
    • Juris Doctor - 2020
  • University of Connecticut
    • Bachelor’s Degree
    • Major: Political Science

Bar Admission

  • Connecticut, 2020


  • English

Professional Associations

  • CBA, 2020 to Present – Member of the Workers’ Compensation Section

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