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At the Law Offices of Phrances Leverton Szewczyk in Middletown, Connecticut, Attorney Szewczyk is dedicated to accomplishing the goals of her family law and other clients, protecting their interests and guiding them through whatever difficult circumstances they are facing. With 25 years of experience, she has the knowledge and skill to effectively represent individuals and businesses throughout...
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...
From our law office in East Hampton, Connecticut, the attorneys at Kenneth Barber and Associates, LLC, serve a diverse range of clients throughout Middlesex County and across the state who have legal needs involving any of the following: Residential real estate, including contracts, leases and landlord/tenant issues Connecticut housing laws Gun laws Wills, trusts and probate Personal injury, torts...
The Pellegrino Law Firm is a general practice firm located just several blocks away from the New Haven Courthouses on the corner of Whitney Ave. and Willow Street. Founded as a solo practice by the late Bernard Pellegrino (1905-1984) in 1928, the Pellegrino Law Firm now enjoys a solid reputation of providing quality legal services to clients for over 75 years. Our attorneys have substantial...
Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Richardson, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti, P.C. has been known statewide in Connecticut for providing the highest quality representation to individuals for nearly thirty years. Our firm handles trial and appellate matters in Connecticut state and federal courts as well as providing advice to persons in, criminal investigations , and regulatory matters. Our current and former...
Striving For Excellence; Committed To Success Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder, PC, is a nationally known Connecticut law firm described by The Hartford Courant as "reputedly the best plaintiff's law firm in the state." Serving the public for more than 75 years, Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder handles cases throughout Connecticut. On some occasions, we work in association with cooperating...
Results-oriented, our team at Owens, Schine, & Nicola, P.C., is focused on helping clients reach solutions to their legal issues. From our Trumbull, Norwalk and New Britain offices, we take cases across a range of civil litigation issues, such as the following: Estate planning: Probate and estate administration Family law: Divorce, child support and child custody Personal injury: Wrongful...
Raymond Law Group is a Glastonbury law firm with a state-wide civil litigation practice located just across the Connecticut River from downtown Hartford. The partners at Raymond Law Group have a depth of experience and expertise gained over 28 years of trial practice in state and federal courts in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Our experience teaches us that clients want good lawyers...
Sloane and Walsh was founded in 1928 as a firm of trial lawyers, schooled in representing clients in court, at trial. The firm and its reputation have grown—we are now widely recognized as a premier trial firm, both capable of and committed to undertaking any civil litigation. This reputation is well-earned and has been secured through the successful representation of clients in complex,...
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...
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