Mr. Rojas graduated from law school in 1997. Following law school, Mr. Rojas was recruited and commissioned as a Captain by the United States Army, Judge Advocate General’s Corps. He served with distinction as a lawyer for the United States Army, receiving the Army Achievement Medal as a member of the Airborne Corps. Later, Mr. Rojas was appointed Special Assistant United States Attorney whereupon he was given the awesome responsibility of representing the United States as a federal prosecutor. Mr. Rojas prosecuted and tried cases such as rape, child molestation, homicide and larceny. Mr. Rojas was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Director of the FBI for his “outstanding prosecutive skills” and was made an honorary Agent with the Army Criminal Investigation Division.
Mr. Rojas left public service and spent the next five years representing large corporate and governmental clients at one of Connecticut’s largest and most prominent firms. His work at this large law firm focused on handling matters involving civil litigation.
In 2005, Mr. Rojas started his own firm, driven by a desire to represent people, not corporations. Since founding The Rojas Law Firm, LLC, Mr. Rojas has shifted his practice to the representation of the injured. Mr. Rojas is now driven by a personal passion to bring justice to those who need it most. Mr. Rojas primarily handles cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice and defective products. Mr. Rojas has been featured in the evening news (NBC30), the Connecticut Law Tribune, and has been quoted in the Hartford Courant. He is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.