Trantolo & Trantolo prides itself as being one of the hardest-working law firms in Connecticut. Behind this drive, our staff provides a personal approach with clients, from Stonington and other parts of the state, while our lawyers, in court, are known for arduously fighting on your behalf. Starting in 1938, Trantolo & Trantolo began under the belief that legal protection should be available to all. Continuing with and compounding to that sentiment, our attorneys provide legal knowledge and fight on behalf of a client in court.
Representing clients unable to protect themselves or who saw a company’s profits placed ahead of safety is the foundation of our strategy. Within our law firm, our staff and lawyers handling Stonington cases approach with personalization: getting to know each client and addressing any questions or concerns. As a client, you stay involved and informed throughout the legal process, including negotiations and trial preparation, and in acting in your best interest, our attorneys uphold your rights.
Legal knowledge, however, is only one tenant of Trantolo & Trantolo’s strategy; tenacity – or persistence in the courtroom – is another. Our lawyers do not represent big business and insurance companies, which are equipped with seemingly-endless legal resources, and, instead, believe that negligent entities must be held accountable.
Our focused approach, however, means Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers select only a limited number of cases. Those we take on receive our direct focus. Clients, in turn, only pay once compensation has been obtained.
Licensed to practice in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York, Trantolo & Trantolo accepts a wide range of personal injury cases. Such types include medical malpractice; car, tractor trailer, and motorcycle accidents; dog bites; dangerous drugs or medication errors; class action or mass tort; nursing home negligence; premises liability or slips and falls; social security disability; and product liability. If you have a Stonington claim within this vast scope and require legal attention, contact one of our Connecticut law offices to speak with an experienced trial attorney.