The hallmark of a great attorney is the absolute passion for the reality of excellence in the law, but also his very real passion for the reality of excellence in his awesome service, to each and every client.
The ability to listen is essential to the reality of sharing excellent advice. The many positive comments from Attorney Etemi’s clients attest to the fact that Lou excels in his communication skills with each and every one of his clients. As important, to all of his fellow attorneys and staff here at Trantolo & Trantolo, is the very real knowledge that he also uses those skills every day when he walks through our office door. Attorney Etemi is characterized by his passion for excellence, a passion which plays out every day, in courtrooms and conference rooms throughout the state.
Attorney Etemi grew up in Connecticut. His times at Naugatuck High were marked by his dedication to success in the classroom and on the football field. Hard work, dedication and commitment were the guiding principles of his school days. As an attorney here at Trantolo & Trantolo, they still are. Lou has developed a reputation in the CT Law world as a man who competes, and as one always totally prepared for the confrontation that any defense attorney might propose. Over his career, Attorney Etemi has won millions of dollars for many grateful clients, as he lives out his own dedication to winning, as a matter of pride and as a matter of accomplishment, for each and every one of his clients.
Since his college years, Lou has had extensive experience and training in negotiation and communication. He has a long history of excellence as a member of our Firm, working here while attending the University of Connecticut School of Law. He loved being a part of the winning team then; he still does. After obtaining his Juris Doctorate in 2013, Attorney Etemi has continued working at our firm. Often, as he walks into a courtroom or a discussion with an opposing lawyer or adjuster, he thinks of legendary University of Alabama Coach Bear Bryant’s comment about winning:
“If wanting to win is a fault, as some of my critics seem to insist, then I plead guilty. I like to win. I know no other way. It’s in my blood.”
This is what Attorney Lou Etemi does every day, and we are proud to have him on our team.