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I was injured and didn't expect to need a lawyer until I realized the insurance company was not taking me... more
Hartford  Peter M Appleton

Peter Appleton

Hartford, CT Litigation
Avvo rating 7.0
Cantin Lawyers is a well-known Hartford firm known for handling difficult and contentious cases and... more
Hartford  John F Morris

John Morris

Hartford, CT Family
Avvo rating 6.5
Attorney Van Dyke is absolutely the best lawyer I have ever had the privilege of working with. He has helped (... more
Hartford  Peter Mathew Van Dyke

Peter Van Dyke

Hartford, CT Class Action
Avvo rating 7.4
Attorney Ron Scott is an excellent lawyer. He represented me (pro-Bono) in a divorce lawsuit that was... more
Hartford  Ronald T Scott

Ronald Scott

Hartford, CT Family
Avvo rating 6.8
Karen represented me in a highly contentious and emotional divorce. She is a brilliant attorney who also... more
Hartford  Karen S Gersten

Karen Gersten

Hartford, CT Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 6.8
I realize Senator Blumenthal does not really practice law anymore - I had a very difficult case in my divorce... more
Hartford  Richard Blumenthal

Richard Blumenthal

Hartford, CT Family
Avvo rating Not Rated
From the moment I had retained attorney bonnano on my recent case I instantly felt more comfortable than I... more
Hartford  Salvatore Bonanno

Salvatore Bonanno

Hartford, CT Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Vincent Trantolo is by far the most Professional attorney I have ever met. He is an extremely caring man that... more
Hartford  Vincent J Trantolo

Vincent Trantolo

Hartford, CT Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.7


practicing lawyers in Hartford

Hartford is located directly between New York City and Boston. The Indians native to the area named it a term that means “black earth” in English.

Known as the “Insurance Capital of the World,” Hartford houses many monuments from city history. The oldest historical landmarks in town are the First Church of Christ and Ancient Burying Ground.

A house that existed in the late 1700s is still a homestead museum in town, and saw 4 generations grow up there. Everyone can enjoy these landmarks of Connecticut, as they are run by a nonprofit preservation group.