Trantolo & Trantolo Proudly Sponsors Motorcycle Madness

Trantolo & Trantolo has represented the motorcycle community for over 80 years. Many of our staff members ride, so we are deeply involved in community activities that bring motorcyclists together to support local causes. We recently forged a public/private partnership with the Newington Parks and Recreation Department. Trantolo & Trantolo will be a Gold Sponsor of the 4th Annual Motorcycle Madness Special Event on Thursday, May 30th at Mill Pond Park in Newington!

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Crash Settles for $3 Million…a Son Gets Justice

Robert Smith, Jr. woke that July morning and just knew his dad would be hitting the road in Bristol for an early afternoon ride. The weather was perfect, a little cloudy and cool. He knew his dad would have a great time and he was looking forward to hearing from him. He did not realize then, that he had already spoken to his father for the last time.

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Trantolo & Trantolo Raises $4,800 for MDA of Connecticut

On Saturday, April 6th, Trantolo & Trantolo and TSI Harley-Davidson proudly presented the 2019 Fishing For A Harley Tournament to benefit the MDA of Connecticut. We caught a “reel” good time fishing for the grand prize 2019 Harley-Davidson Fat Bob motorcycle!

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Trantolo & Trantolo Presents 5th Annual MDA Benefit Ride & Concert

On Sunday, July 14, 2019, Trantolo & Trantolo and TSI Harley-Davidson present the 5th Annual MDA Benefit Ride & Concert! Connecticut’s largest one-day charity motorcycle ride returns to Sun Valley Beach Resort in Stafford Springs. We’re so excited to announce that rock icon Bret Michaels and The American Band, Grand Funk Railroad, will headline the show.

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Attorneys Ron & Lou Etemi Negotiate $840,000 Settlement

Trial Attorneys Ron Etemi and Lou Etemi, with assistance from Paralegal Viollca Ismaili, recently negotiated an $840,000 settlement for a client who was injured in a car crash. John Malarney sustained serious injuries to his right shoulder, neck and back following a collision with a pickup truck. The insurance company initially offered $80,000 to settle the case but paid over 10 times more after a successful mediation, resulting in the $840,000 settlement.

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