Paige Duprey


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Attorney Paige has been practicing personal injury law since being admitted to CT’s bar in 2016. Her career focused on the insurance defense side before she joined The Flood Law Firm in 2023 and made the switch to represent Plaintiffs.

Paige Duprey

With years spent defending insurance companies, Paige brings an insider's perspective to her practice. Her goal is to leverage her extensive knowledge to provide individuals who have suffered injuries with the representation they deserve. Throughout her career, Paige represented individuals in trial several times, including seven jury trials and eleven bench trials. Fighting in the courtroom shows Paige’s commitment to achieving justice for her clients.

Though originally from Waterbury, Paige now lives in Cromwell with her husband. Her Connecticut roots are deep, having graduated from the University of New Haven (Cum Laude) for her undergraduate studies and furthering her education at the University of Connecticut School of Law in Hartford. During her time at the University of New Haven, Paige even had the exciting opportunity to study abroad in Italy, broadening her horizons and deepening her appreciation for diverse cultures.

Outside the courtroom, Paige leads an active and nature-filled life. Music, traveling, hiking, and camping are some of her favorite pastimes. An avid hiker and camper, Paige's love for the outdoors extends to her own backyard, where she keeps chickens and shares her home with a dog and cats—she simply loves animals.

Paige is thrilled to bring her wealth of experience and passion for justice to The Flood Law Firm, where she will represent clients and ensure they receive the compensation they rightfully deserve. 

Connecticut Bar Admission:



District of Connecticut (2024)


University of New Haven, 2012

University of Connecticut School of Law, 2016

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