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Attorney Bertram McDowell, Jr. Selected to Top 40 Under 40

The National Trial Lawyers has announced Attorney Bertram W. McDowell, Jr. as one of its Top 40 Under 40 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers in Connecticut! This honor is annually awarded to a select group of lawyers for their superior skills and qualifications in the field of law.

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Medine Etemi Wins BBB Exceptional Employee Award

At Trantolo & Trantolo, we are so proud of each and every one of our staff members and the excellent work they do on behalf of our valued clients. We believe that employee exceptionalism includes superior client service, knowledge and unwavering commitment. Annually, the CT Better Business Bureau recognizes an employee “for providing quality service to the company’s customers”.

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Trantolo & Trantolo Helps Kevin Ollie Give Every Child a Shot

Trantolo & Trantolo is very passionate about community involvement. Our founder, Joseph Trantolo, began the tradition of helping others when he opened our law firm 80 years ago. He passed on this value to his son, Attorney Vincent Trantolo. Today, his sons Attorney Keith Trantolo and our Chief Operating Officer, Scott Trantolo, inspire our staff to help better the communities we serve.

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“Heads Up For Safety” Program Comes to Hartford

Trantolo & Trantolo’s hugely successful Heads Up For Safety program is a coalition of public and private community stakeholders who support bicycle helmet safety and education for local youth. Attorney Vincent Trantolo began this program over 20 years ago in Hartford with the late Mayor Michael Peters. On Friday, September 14th, Attorney Keith Trantolo and our Chief Operating Officer, Scott Trantolo, brought it back to our capital city, where Mayor Luke Bronin welcomed us!

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In Memoriam: Sergeant Matt Mainieri

We at Trantolo & Trantolo would like to pay tribute to Sgt. Matt Mainieri of the South Windsor Police Department. Matt died trying to break up a bar fight, while recently visiting South Carolina. We were truly blessed to have his support on countless Trantolo & Trantolo motorcycle charity rides.

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