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Successful Solutions for Challenging Legal Issues At Hurwitz Sagarin Slossberg & Knuff, a Connecticut general practice litigation firm, attorneys are respected for their record of resolving particularly challenging cases effectively and economically through the use of creative strategies. The firm's lawyers are accomplished and well recognized for their representation on behalf of clients in...
At Ury & Moskow, our Connecticut and Washington, DC attorneys have earned recognition, awards and the respect of other lawyers. This renown is based on demonstrated excellence in complex, adversarial proceedings at all levels of the state and Federal courts. We are at the forefront of large-scale pharmaceutical and medical products litigation, serious personal injury lawsuits business and...
Serving The Businesses And Residents Of Connecticut For Over 50 Years Originally established in 1964, the law firm of Gregory and Adams, P.C., in Wilton, Connecticut, offers quality, comprehensive legal services and representation in a variety of practice areas in order to meet the needs of a diverse client base. Serving individuals and families as well as businesses of all sizes throughout...
R. William Bohonnon has been a practicing attorney in New Haven, Connecticut since 1947. He succeeds the firm of his father-in-law, Kenneth Wynne, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Connecticut in 1959-1961. The Bohonnon Law Firm, LLC is comprised of K. Wynne Bohonnon and David M. Bohonnon who are the sons of R. William Bohonnon. The firm serves the entire state with two offices offering a wide...
Representing the needs and interests of a diverse range of businesses throughout Connecticut, the attorneys at Ciulla & Donofrio, LLP, in North Haven, Connecticut, provide exceptional, value-added counsel and support to financial institutions, municipalities, insurance companies, utility providers, technology firms, construction contractors, professional practices and businesses in other...
Our firm handles legal matters in the following practice areas: Collections, Corporate Law, Business Formation, Construction Contracts, General Practice, Hospital Collections, Leases and Leasing, Evictions, Landlord and Tenant Law, Civil Litigation, Trial Practice, Mortgage Foreclosures, Probate, Real Estate, Condominium Law, Real Estate Foreclosures, Real Property, Decedents Estates, Estate...
How Can We Help You? With approximately 100 years of combined legal experience, the attorneys at our law firm believe in offering our clients the highest quality legal services. We also promote professional responsibility by holding negligent professionals responsible, whether they are in the medical, accounting, legal, architectural, or engineering fields. We have the in-depth legal...
The firm's founders, Michael Berman and Joel Sable, established the Hartford law office of Berman & Sable LLC in 1977 with the goal of providing legal services to commercial clients in the Greater Hartford area. In the nearly 40 years since the firm's founding, attorney Berman and his staff have expanded the practice, and now serve businesses throughout the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts...
Mr. Houlihan has represented clients in business and real estate matters and related litigation for over 30 years. He has litigated matters involving professional liability (including accountant, lawyer and director malfeasance), real estate (construction, development and financing) and business disputes among partners. For fifteen years he has represented employees in sex, race and...
As members of a family-run law firm, the attorneys at Beebe and O'Neil in Norwich, Connecticut, promise to treat you like family as we work hard to help you resolve your legal issues and obtain the favorable outcomes you expect and deserve as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. Backed by decades of combined legal experience and unwavering commitment to see you through your difficult and...
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