To residents in central Connecticut, the Hartford Advocate’s annual Best Of poll becomes the definitive guide to where to eat, what to see, and where to go in Connecticut. While seemingly secondary to the dining and entertainment guides, the Professional Services selections are equally distinctive, showing clearly which individuals are the best at what they do in the region.
For the Best of Hartford Readers’ Poll 2013, Trantolo & Trantolo came in at No. 3 for the Best Lawyer or Law Firm, behind Klein & Babbitt, an Avon-based general practice law firm, and Carlson & Dumeer, with an office in Middletown.
Each year, the Hartford Advocate invites readers to submit their votes for the best places and businesses in Connecticut, with categories encompassing restaurants, places to shop and see entertainment, and various businesses. Rounding out the Professional Services category were ranks for the top banks, computer repairs, daycare, dry cleaners, moving, real estate, plumbing, hotels, and other companies, each with the three top-selected businesses.
The Hartford Advocate has been the Connecticut capital’s only alt-weekly newspaper since 1974. Associated with it throughout the state are the New Haven Advocate and Fairfield Weekly. For a number of years, the Valley Advocate in western Massachusetts was part of the group of alternative weekly publications.
Serving clients throughout Connecticut, as well as in other nearby states, Trantolo & Trantolo prides itself on its personalized approach in a wide range of personal injury cases. And, as this 2013 poll clearly shows, Connecticut residents clearly agree with our attorneys’ approaches and mission.