At Stanger & Arnold, LLC, our Connecticut attorneys have more than 100 years of combined legal experience handling a wide range of legal matters, from legal malpractice and business law to family law and personal injury.
Our West Hartford attorneys believe in giving clients the personal attention, support and knowledgeable advice they need to resolve their legal matters as effectively and efficiently as possible. We also believe in requiring others to live up to their professional responsibility. This is why we focus our practice on helping those who have been harmed through professional malpractice, including: -Filing a legal malpractice claim against a negligent attorney -Holding a doctor responsible for failure to diagnose cancer -Pursuing legal action against a fraudulent accountant -Contact our experienced attorneys to discuss your malpractice claim, family-related matter, business issue or injury. We Strive for Cost-Effective Solutions We understand that dealing with legal matters is emotionally draining. The last thing you want is a prolonged legal battle that costs you a significant amount of time and money. That is precisely why our firm encourages clients to pursue alternative dispute resolution as a means of resolving their pressing family law or business law matters. We also offer low-cost divorce options for people who want a divorce, but are worried they simply cannot afford one. Contact a Connecticut Attorney Whatever your legal need, from legal malpractice to employment law or family law concerns, we look forward to helping you work toward a successful resolution. Contact our Connecticut law firm by calling 1-888-Stanger (1-888-782-6437).
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If you've been injured in an accident (such as slipping on someone's sidewalk), or by a product (for example, a malfunctioning appliance in your home), you may be entitled to compensation from the person or company that caused your injuries.
Slip, Trip Fall Defective Dangerous Products Auto Accident Property Accidents Contact the Hartford, Connecticut personal injury lawyers - we can help you understand your rights. Compensation for Damages Damages can include lost wages (both past and future), medical bills (again, both past and future), loss of enjoyment in life, permanent injury, and damage to property and other related areas. Statute of Limitations Every state has established time limits for filing lawsuits. These time limits depend upon such issues as when the acts occurred, when the damage was discovered, what the reasons were for any delays in discovering the damage, etc. If you've been injured, don't wait to call! The sooner you contact a personal injury attorney, the better able they will be to protect your right to pursue damages. If your case is not filed in time, you can lose all of your rights. Fees We generally accept cases on a contingency basis. This means we do not receive any fees for our services unless we recover money for our clients. When we win the case - either at trial or by settling out of court - our fees are deducted from the damages awarded.
It is hard to believe it has been that long, but I have been a member of the bar for more than thirty years. My litigation experience includes family law, divorce, product liability, construction law, professional negligence, shareholder disputes, medical malpractice, legal malpractice and general commercial litigation. My experience also includes business and commercial law such as contracts, starting, operation, sale and merger of businesses.
After graduating cum laude from Western New England College School of Law in 1977, I started my legal career as a law clerk for the judges of the Appellate Session of the Superior Court which was helping them write opinions a great way to start my career. Prior to attending law school, I earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1974 from the University of Hartford. I worked on the design of nuclear power plants before going to law school. I actually use the engineering/science background as a lawyer in many of my cases. I also used the engineering to earn some money while I was in law school, working part time as a computer programmer.
I have been honored with a listing in two editions of Who's Who in American Law. I like to give back to the profession as a contributing author to professional publications and as a speaker regarding use of technology in litigation as well as other subjects such as nursing home litigation.
Another way I try to contribute is to volunteer for a variety of organizations. I am currently the President Elect of the Rotary Club of West Hartford. I have been active in a host of organizations including as the President of the Probus Club, the Executive Committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, and as the President of the Solomon Schechter Day School where I served as President from 1997 to 1999. I was also instrumental in the $9 million campaign for the renovation and expansion of SSDS. I am a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation Leadership program. I am the former chair of the Commission on Jewish Education. I am a current Director and past Vice President of Camp Ramah of New England. I am a co chair of the Israel Ride a 350 mile bike ride in Israel each year.
In my spare time I enjoy, reading, road races, bike riding and participating in area triathlons.
I am admitted to practice before all Connecticut state and federal courts. I am a member of the Hartford County Bar Association where I have served on the Office Technology Committee, the Civil Litigation Committee and the Ethics Committee. I am also a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association and the Connecticut Bar Association where I am a long term member of the Professional Ethics Committee, the Professional Discipline Committee and the Civil Litigation Committees. I am a member of the Family Law Section of the CBA. I have been trained in Collaborative Divorce, and I am a member of IACP, the International Association of Collaborative Professionals. I am of course a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.
Western New England College School of Law
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