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South Windsor Man Accepts $480,000 Settlement for Car Accident

A $480,000 settlement has been reached in a 2016 lawsuit, following a car accident that resulted in serious injury. The plaintiff, Scott Mumley of South Windsor, CT was represented by Attorney Ron Etemi of Trantolo & Trantolo’s Waterbury office.

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Connecticut Spotlight: 2018 MDA Benefit Ride & Concert

On Sunday, July 15, 2018, Trantolo & Trantolo and TSI Harley-Davidson present the 4th Annual MDA Benefit Ride & Concert! This year, the event is heading back to Sun Valley Beach Resort in Stafford Springs, CT.

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Trantolo & Trantolo To Present 4th Annual MDA Benefit Ride & Concert

On Sunday, July 15, 2018, Trantolo & Trantolo and TSI Harley-Davidson present the 4th Annual MDA Benefit Ride & Concert! This year, the event is heading back to Sun Valley Beach Resort in Stafford Springs, CT. The motorcycle ride starts from three satellite locations to see 38 Special and local favorite Cold Train rock the outdoor stage!

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Trantolo & Trantolo Welcomes New Attorney, Bertram McDowell

The law firm of Trantolo & Trantolo is excited to welcome Attorney Bertram McDowell to their esteemed legal team in the Bridgeport office! Attorney McDowell comes from a large law firm in Norwalk, where he had the unique experience of representing both plaintiff and defendants in civil litigation. His areas of expertise include premises liability, catastrophic injuries, medical malpractice and motor vehicle accidents.

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“Heads Up For Safety” Program Announcement & Bike Race

On Tuesday, May 15th, Trantolo & Trantolo launched its “Heads Up For Safety” program in Bridgeport, CT. Along with our generous program partners, we have brought a new safety initiative to the city of Bridgeport. The goal of “Heads Up For Safety” is to give away free bicycle helmets to kids in the city who are seen without head protection. The helmets will feature a “Heads Up For Safety” decal that recognizes the program’s key stakeholders.

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