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A Drunk Driver Hits My Car and Injures Me. What Are My Rights?

You are driving your car, and someone who had a few too many at the local bar runs into your car from behind. What rights do you have? Well, first you have rights on the criminal side of the law, as long as the police have confirmed the driver was under the influence of alcohol….

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The Trantolo & Trantolo Difference: The decision by every member of this Firm to be extraordinary

By Chick Pritchard We want every one of our clients to be 100 percent satisfied with the client service experience they have at Trantolo & Trantolo. Our purpose as a firm is to provide the very highest quality of service to each client by every member of our staff. Client service is a learned skill….

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Negligence and Errors in Elderly Care

By Chick Pritchard Our elderly loved ones have a right to life, not merely existence. Sometimes, when we are no longer able to care for our loved ones, or they themselves, difficult decisions must be made. When we slowly accompany them through the doors of a Connecticut Nursing Home or Assisted Living Facility, we all…

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So the Supreme Court Upheld the Healthcare Overhaul. What Does that Mean for Me?

On Thursday, June 28, the U.S. Supreme Court said the Healthcare Overhaul (The Affordable Healthcare Act or AHA) was constitutional. Now everyone in the media has an opinion about it. Some saying it was a great decision, while others say it was an awful decision, but the question most people are asking is, “How does…

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Tribute to a Mentor

By Chick Pritchard A friend of mine died recently. He had served his country as a soldier. He had been a wonderful husband and a tremendous father. He raised seven children to be good people. He had been a police officer, serving honorably and proud. He had become a mentor for me, for the last…

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