Trantolo & Trantolo, with offices in Bridgeport, Hartford, Waterbury, and Torrington, believes equal protection under the law applies to everyone. But, as anyone going through a personal injury lawsuit or medical malpractice case is aware, this notion is merely theoretical, and in reality, corporations, insurance companies, and negligent individuals employ a variety of tactics to avoid responsibility. Not representing insurance companies or big business in Fairfield, Connecticut, Trantolo & Trantolo fights for individuals whose safety was placed behind profits. We have strongly believed this conviction since our start in 1938, and our excellent record of results supports our mission.
Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers take a focused and personalized approach with every case. Our staff gets to know every individual, including his or her concerns, and we personally care about each customer. Our attorneys guide you with expertise through planning, negotiation, trial preparation, and litigation phases, and in the courtroom, they bring a strategy of persistence and dedication. As a result of this approach, our Fairfield lawyers take on a limited amount of cases, and we spend a great deal of time on each. In the process, we ensure a client’s rights are properly protected, and customers only pay when financial compensation is obtained.
Insurance companies and similar entities frequently make obtaining compensation a challenge. Trantolo & Trantolo aims to hold them accountable in all areas in which we specialize, including personal injury; medical malpractice; car and motorcycle accidents; dangerous drugs; dog bites; class action and mass tort; truck accidents; nursing home negligence; product liability; social security and disability, and slips and falls.
Representing those unable to protect themselves, Trantolo & Trantolo goes the extra mile with every client. Our attorneys are licensed to practice in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York. For discussing your Fairfield case, speak with or email one of our knowledgeable attorneys today.