Top Bristol Defamation Lawyers - Connecticut

  • 141 Broad St. Middletown CT 06457 41.560574 -72.65264

    Farrell, Geenty, Sheeley, Boccalatte & Guarino,  P.C . is a full-service law firm with offices in Middletown and Old Saybrook comprised of eight attorneys with extensive experience representing clients in Middlesex, Hartford, New Haven and New London County Courts and Probate Courts throughout the State of Connecticut assisted by a well-trained and professional staff. ...

  • 3296 Main Street Bridgeport CT 06606 41.20686 -73.2064

    Do you have a "Firm Fact Sheet," mission statement, brochure or other marketing materials? [Ask them to send by e-mail, if possible.] Are there any existing branding messages, taglines or slogans we should include in the profile? How long has the firm been in business? Are there any differentiators between the office locations? Practice Areas Information: What are the primary areas of focus? Which...

  • 1220 Post Rd. Fairfield CT 06824 41.143417 -73.25438

    HOW IS MY LAW PRACTICE DIFFERENT THAN MANY OTHERS? Several years ago, when I established my law firm, I committed myself to being the kind of attorney I would want to retain: Someone who is knowledgeable of several areas of the law because no one problem or issue fits neatly into one category or area of practice. Someone who keeps current with updated issues of the law, by attending meetings,...

  • 52 Eugene O'Neill Drive New London CT 06320 41.355137 -72.09503

    Waller, Smith & Palmer, P.C. is a Connecticut firm engaged in general law practice. The firm was formed in 1885 by Thomas W. Waller and his son, Tracy Waller. Thomas Waller had previously served as governor of Connecticut from 1883 until 1885 and as United States Consul General to London. Since its founding the firm has continuously maintained an office in New London, CT. Attorneys from the firm...

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