The process to obtaining full compensation for a personal injury claim is seldom straightforward. As the claimant, you jump through hoops to verify your injury and, in some cases, decreased ability to work; the insurance company, instead, denies the severity and refuses full payment for medical bills, missed work or opportunities, and pain and suffering. To receive the full monetary amount, legal representation is essential, and Trantolo & Trantolo, with multiple offices in the state, extends our services and knowledge to Wilton residents.
Since our beginnings in 1938, Trantolo & Trantolo has opened legal representation to all. From that point, our strategy has evolved into one of both knowledge and persistence. As we represent those in need and those whose well-being was compromised for profits, Trantolo & Trantolo does not represent big business and, instead, believes such large, resources-equipped entities must be held accountable.
Although we are known as one of the hardest-working law firms in Connecticut, Trantolo & Trantolo’s staff, in taking on a Wilton case, offers a personalized approach. In getting to know every client personally, our Wilton lawyers hear and address questions and concerns, uphold your rights, and act in your best interest. Clients, as well, stay involved and updated throughout all stages of the legal process and only pay once compensation has been attained.
Trantolo & Trantolo’s focused approach results in accepting a select number of clients. All cases, however, receive our full attention. In taking on cases, we handle the following types within the personal injury field: car, motorcycle, and tractor trailer accidents; nursing home negligence; product liability; medical malpractice; dog bites; medication errors; class action or mass tort; social security disability; and premises liability or slips and falls. While Trantolo & Trantolo has a long history of success, we cannot guarantee particular results for a case.
To bring your Wilton personal injury case to the attention of our attorneys, contact any of our Connecticut law offices today.