A rich culture of arts and academics has made Northampton, the seat of Hampshire County, well-known throughout New England. While, economically, the city has rebounded in recent decades, it has long remained a keystone in the Massachusetts-Connecticut Knowledge Corridor – an overall positive distinction.
But studies have long shown that college students, regardless of region, take more alcohol-related risks – including driving drunk on the road. This means that, for long-term or even temporary residents like yourself in Northampton, traveling on the roads at night poses a greater hazard – one in which all drivers are practically more accident prone.
Unfortunately, if you have found yourself involved in this type of incident in Northampton, getting the insurance company to provide adequate compensation not only for vehicular repairs but medical bills, time off from work, and pain and suffering turns into a nearly-insurmountable challenge of denial, runarounds, and low-balled claims. Getting yourself out of this never-ending, defeating cycle requires experienced legal representation.
How We Can Help
With locations throughout Connecticut, Trantolo & Trantolo has the experienced staff to handle such personal injury claims, be it a motor vehicle accident, related to negligence, or concerning a defective product. Throughout Southern New England, our lawyers are known for a history of delivering results, one involving a more personal approach in our office and extreme determination in court.
When one of our attorneys takes on a Northampton case, our law firm keeps you updated and upholds your rights through every stage of the legal process. Beyond having your questions answered, you’ll find our attorneys fully knowledgeable of the defendant’s tactics – frequently of the delay, deny, and deflect variety. Although an outcome cannot be guaranteed in advance for a case, our history of success supports our strategy.
Types of Cases
As a personal injury law firm practicing since 1938, Trantolo & Trantolo covers a range of cases, including but not limited to: medical malpractice; motor vehicle accidents, including cars, trucks, and motorcycles; dog bites; dangerous drugs and medication errors; nursing home negligence; premises liability; social security disability claims; and product liability, including transvaginal mesh, Depakote, and hip replacement incidents.
Does your Northampton claim fall within this scope? Rather than continue unsuccessfully working it out with the insurance company, get Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers involved. Give one of our Connecticut law offices a call today.