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  • Offering personal injury, criminal, and business and commercial law services, I proudly serve people throughout the Stamford area in Connecticut at the Law Offices of Mark F. Katz. To help people effectively and efficiently resolve their legal issues, I provide customized counsel and focused representation. I also offer estate and probate administration and litigation services. By seeking...

  • A Commitment To Clients And Community If you are facing complicated legal issues, you need a skilled and experienced attorney developing and implementing legal strategies that will focus on the best possible resolution. I am Douglas J. Wells, a Connecticut-based lawyer. For more than 35 years, I have helped individuals and families facing life-changing, emotionally charged legal issues. As a...

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    The Law Offices of Eugene J. Riccio has two locations in Connecticut, including their office in Greenwich, from which they provide exceptional defense counsel to clients across the state who stand accused or are under investigation for any type of felony or misdemeanor offense. A top-rated, award-winning attorney with more than 42 years of legal experience, Eugene J. Riccio established his law...

  • 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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Charged with a Drug Crime?

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