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  • Stratford Connecticut Work Injury Lawyers ***2 of only about 50 Board-Certified Workers' Compensation Specialists in the State We are the experts that get the job done right. Attorneys Albert E. Desrosiers and Lawrence F. Morizio are both board-certified workers' compensation specialists — a distinction held by less than one-tenth of one percent of attorneys in the state of Connecticut. When...

  • At the Law Offices of Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLC, in Norwich, Connecticut, we are fully prepared to help you achieve the justice you deserve for the serious injuries or losses you sustained as the result of a workplace accident or an accident caused by someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. In addition, our law firm provides unmatched advocacy and support to those who experienced a...

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    Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP: Turn To Us For Trusted Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice And Social Security Disability Representation Representing clients throughout New England, Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP, is dedicated to helping the victims of negligence secure full and fair compensation for medical bills, damages, pain and suffering, lost wages, and other expenses. Whether you were injured in a...

  • 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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