Be it for an injury resulting from negligence, a defective product, medical malpractice, or a car accident, getting full compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and lost wages from an insurance company is almost always a struggle. An individual, likely recovering from an injury or dealing with a long-term or permanent condition, must handle the “delay, deny, defend” approach with limited resources and navigate convoluted legal jargon. Trantolo & Trantolo understands that such large institutions have a wealth of defense resources and will do whatever it takes to deny responsibility. Believing that equal protection under the law applies to all, Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers side with and defend those whose safety was considered secondary to monetary gains.
In taking on Farmington cases, Trantolo & Trantolo gets to know every client. Although our concentrated strategy means we take on a select number of cases, each receives the full attention needed. Our lawyers and staff hear all concerns and questions and involve you through all phases of the legal process, from planning and negotiations through preparation and litigation. Once in the courtroom, our lawyers drive your case home with a combination of persistence. While we cannot guarantee results, our lengthy list of successes supports our approach, and clients only pay once compensation has been rewarded.
Our Farmington attorneys take on personal injury cases of all types: medical malpractice; car, truck, and motorcycle accidents; dangerous drugs; dog bites; nursing home negligence; product liability; slips and falls; and social security and disability. In addition to taking on cases in Farmington and all over Connecticut, our attorneys are additionally licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New York.
Trantolo & Trantolo strongly believes that insurance companies and similar organizations must be held accountable for irresponsible actions. If you have a Farmington case you would like one of our experienced trial lawyers to review, contact one of our offices.