An incident resulting in personal injury or medical malpractice is an extremely traumatic experience. But after the incident, the insurance company or corporation denying the claim or refusing to admit negligence extends the ordeal. Just compensation not only for medical bills but also missed work, future treatments, and pain and suffering is never attained, and policies and procedures contributing to the injury are never revisited and revised. Legal representation may be the push your Montville, Conn., case requires.
Trantolo & Trantolo, with locations throughout Connecticut, has operated since 1938 with the belief that equal protection under the law applies to all. In taking on Montville cases, our attorneys do not represent big business; instead, we fight on behalf of individuals who saw their own health or safety placed aside for profits. When dealing directly with clients such as yourself, we place personalization first. Our staff addresses questions and concerns, keeps you informed throughout the legal process, and upholds and protects your rights.
The unending denial and refusal to accept blame continues into the courtroom. Although big business brings a flashy presentation to cast blame on a plaintiff, Trantolo & Trantolo is well-known for our persistence, for our tenacity, and for a well-researched approach in court. Trantolo & Trantolo cannot guarantee specific results for a case; however, our approach is supported by years of success.
While our lawyers represent Montville cases, Trantolo & Trantolo is additionally licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New York. Within the personal injury and medical malpractice field, we handle cases concerning vehicular accidents, including cars, motorcycles, and trucks; dangerous drugs or medication errors; dog bites; class action or mass tort; nursing home negligence; product liability; social security disability; and premises liability, or slips and falls. As a result of our concentrated, thorough approach, our lawyers accept a select number of cases; all, however, receive full attention, and only once compensation has been obtained, do clients pay.
If your Montville case requires the level of attention we can provide, contact one of our Connecticut locations to speak with an experienced trial attorney.