The pain and suffering component of a personal injury or medical malpractice claim often extends beyond the injury itself. Businesses and professionals deny responsibility, shifting the blame onto the injured party, and insurance companies never offer full compensation upfront. The injured party, looking to get justice and enough compensation, gets nowhere when fighting a claim and, as a result, ends up making no progress toward justice. Trantolo & Trantolo understands this power struggle, and in court, our Windsor lawyers represent those unable to protect themselves – not big business and insurance companies equipped with limitless resources.
In believing equal protection under the law applies to everyone, Trantolo & Trantolo takes a personalized approach with every Windsor case. Our lawyers and staff get to know every client. We take the time to listen to all concerns and questions, and once in court, fight for your best interest. In the process, we make sure every client’s rights are fully upheld. Clients, additionally, only pay once compensation is gained.
Persistence and steadfastness describe our approach to every case. Because of this intense focus, Trantolo & Trantolo only takes on a limited number of clients. Each case, however, receives our full attention, and we go the extra mile for each client. Our excellent record supports our approach.
While Trantolo & Trantolo’s lawyers take on cases in Windsor and the rest of Connecticut, we are additionally licensed to practice in Massachusetts and New York. Within the fields of personal injury and medical malpractice, we bring on cases regarding car, truck, or motorcycle accidents; dangerous drugs or medication errors; dog bites; nursing home negligence; product liability; mass tort or class action; slips and falls; and social security and disability.
At Trantolo & Trantolo, people are more important than profits. If you have a Windsor personal injury or medical malpractice case that needs attention, contact one of our locations to speak with an experienced attorney.