May is National Kids Safety Month. We’re kicking it off with a new child safety program in Bridgeport: our “Heads Up For Safety” free bike helmet campaign! According to Safe Kids Connecticut, the most common reason for emergency room visits among children ages 5 to 14 are biking-related injuries – more than any other sport. Wearing a helmet can reduce the risk of brain injury by 88 percent but unfortunately, only 45 percent of children 14 and under wear a helmet.
The law firm of Trantolo & Trantolo is pleased to announce that Attorney Albert Carocci has joined their legal team. Attorney Carocci has a long and successful career in litigation, with extensive experience in the areas of personal injury, product liability and wrongful death.
The Connecticut Law Tribune recently announced the winners of its annual Professional Excellence Awards. We are proud to announce that Trial Attorney Vincent Trantolo and Trial Attorney Keith Trantolo have been recognized by this prestigious publication, from among all their peers, to be honored members of this very select group of Connecticut lawyers!
At Trantolo & Trantolo, giving back to the community has been one of our guiding principles since our doors opened in 1938. Over the years, we have developed lasting relationships with great local organizations who do great work for others. We have become a trusted partner of the MDA of Connecticut and are proud to present our “Fishing For A Harley” Tournament to benefit this group and their fight against neuromuscular disease.
Trantolo & Trantolo has an accomplished history of supporting local causes in our community. Over the years, our personal injury law firm has developed great relationships with many charitable organizations. In particular, we have established a bond with leaders and volunteers at the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Connecticut. Their local chapter leads the fight for individuals in our state with neuromuscular diseases, and their families.