Hartford, CT (PRWEB) September 09, 2014
After an accident or a serious, potentially life-threatening incident, the injured party often feels lost and confused about what to do next. Crucial information becomes less clear days and weeks after, and if mounting bills, missed works, and medical treatments are any indication, seeking out legal help begins to become necessary to quickly and fairly reach a resolution. Trantolo & Trantolo realized that such scenarios are all too common, and in response, the Connecticut law firm introduced a new, easier-to-remember telephone number at the end of June.
With the slogan “Save Time, Dial 9,” Trantolo & Trantolo allows Connecticut residents to first enter their local area code – either 203 or 860 – when calling about a claim and then to simply use “999-9999.” Rather than having to look up a location’s phone number, the injured party essentially just has to remember one number to inquire about services and speak with an experienced personal injury attorney.
As well, instead of a toll-free number that a potential plaintiff needs to look up, the choice of area code means that Connecticut residents can conveniently call from anywhere in the state. As a further benefit, calls to the number do not cost anything.
Since beginning in 1938, Trantolo & Trantolo has believed that legal representation should be available to everyone, and lawyers and staff know that when they take a case on, they’re helping someone in need. Because of this approach, Trantolo & Trantolo does not represent big business.
As well, the law firm has prided itself in getting to know every client. The staff is available to address any questions or concerns and, should a case go to trial, keeps the plaintiff updated through the entire process.
Since beginning in Hartford, Trantolo & Trantolo has seen its presence expand. Current locations include Hartford, Waterbury, Trumbull, and Torrington law offices.
Trantolo & Trantolo’s legal team handles a range of personal injury cases, many of which have statute of limitations requiring action not long after the incident: car, truck, and motorcycle accidents; slips and falls; nursing home negligence; dog bites and attacks; medical malpractice; wrongful death; traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries; product liability; class action and mass tort claims; social security disability; and dangerous drugs and medication errors. Within this vast scope, lawyers have been taking on and directing recent cases pertaining to Depakote, transvaginal mesh, Risperdal, and metal-on-metal hip implants.