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Miracle Ride Charity Ride

Date: Sunday, April 29, 2012 Time: 9:00am Location: Starting point at Hartford Hospital – Newington Campus. Entry Fee: $25 and up Ride your bike for a cause this April. Join Trantolo and Trantolo, Connecticut’s motorcycle accident lawyers, in the Miracle Ride. Miracle Ride raises money for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Connecticut Children’s…

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Trantolo & Trantolo Attending Cop on Top Special Olympics Fundraising Event

The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and athletic competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities. We strongly support the Special Olympics, and our firm is very proud to be part of the Cop on Top Event which will be held on June 23…

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New Paralegal Melody Zagurski Joins Trantolo & Trantolo

Our firm is pleased to announce the newest addition to our Trantolo & Trantolo family. Her name is Ms. Melody Zagurski, and she will be working in our Social Security Disability Department, assisting Atty. Adam Allegro. Melody is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, and is a certified paralegal with experience in social security…

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CT Motorcycle Season 2012: Proper Insurance… Just In Case

As the 2012 riding season goes in to full swing, I want to take a moment to remind everyone on the road, motorists and motorcyclists alike, that to operate safely means to operate with awareness. It is that time of the year again when motorcycles are cleaned, polished, and readied to ride. It is imperative…

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Determining if “Error of Judgment” Can Be Used in Court

An example for medical malpractice cases around the country, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is hearing an appeal this week regarding a medical malpractice case that could determine whether or not a doctor’s “error in judgment” is not negligence. For Passarello v. Grumbine, the jury sided with the physician in 2009, based on this defense. Since…

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