Trantolo & Trantolo, operating since 1938, has built a reputation upon representing and protecting those whose safety or health was considered less important to profits. In taking on New Canaan personal injury and medical malpractice cases, our lawyers are aware of the imbalance of power in court, particularly of corporations and insurance companies denying claims and deflecting blame while having innumerable funds and strategies. Because Trantolo & Trantolo believes equal protection under the law applies to all, our strategy does not involve representing big business.
As one of the hardest-working Connecticut law firms, Trantolo & Trantolo represents several types of personal injury and medical malpractice case types. These include car, motorcycle, and truck accidents; mass tort or class action; dog bites; dangerous drugs or medication errors; nursing home negligence; premises liability, or slips and falls; social security disability; and product liability.
Our lawyers, not only licensed to practice in Connecticut but also in Massachusetts and New York, get to know each client, answering his or her questions and listening to concerns. During the process, our staff keeps you thoroughly informed and ensures all rights are properly protected. Because insurance companies and similarly-large corporations are bolstered by nearly unlimited funds and able to deploy any and all tactics in the courtroom, Trantolo & Trantolo’s attorneys representing a New Canaan case prepare with a well-researched, persistent strategy. While results are not and cannot be guaranteed for any case, our lengthy history of success supports our approach.
Because of our thorough, concentrated strategy, Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers take on a limited number of cases. All, however, receive the full attention necessary, as we understand we are helping an individual in need. Clients working with us only pay once compensation has been acquired.
Have you been trying to settle a claim with an insurance company but have been met with resistance and denial? Bring your New Canaan case to the attention of Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers.