Since Charles Suisman, Max Shapiro and Louis Wool established themselves as skilled Connecticut attorneys in the 1930's and collaborated in the 1950's to form our firm, we have been protecting the interests of citizens and businesses in eastern Connecticut and beyond. As our firm has grown, our attorneys have continued to offer innovative, effective solutions for legal problems. Residents and businesses in Connecticut have responded - Suisman Shapiro is now the largest law firm in eastern Connecticut.
In order to offer comprehensive and effective counsel for today's complex legal environment, each of our attorneys focuses on specific practice areas and are supported by extensive resources. Regardless of whether you've been seriously injured, arrested, are contemplating divorce, have an employment issue, or need information regarding business formations, understanding the issues involved is essential to making informed decisions. At Suisman Shapiro, we work closely with our clients to ensure they know the issues at stake and the options available to them.
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Documents by Suisman Shapiro Attorneys-at-Law on Martindale.com
Protect Your Most Precious Cargo
Roger T. Scully, March 16, 2017
As the seasons change and we transition from winter to spring, many of us also experience a change in our daily lives and schedules. The days get longer, and children begin outdoor activities. As these inevitable changes occur, the need for parents to transport their children sometimes becomes...
Can FedEx Driver Get Workers’ Comp for PTSD?
Fred Hosier, July 29, 2016
A former Federal Express courier claims he developed a heart condition and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from work. FedEx says neither one should be covered under workers' comp. How did a court rule?
What Parents of Teens and Tweens Should Know About Social Media
Michael A. Blnachard, June 5, 2016, previously published by The Day on May 29, 2016
Social media has forever changed our society. Nowhere is this shift more prevalent than in the arena of parenting. The exponential growth of the internet generally, and social media specifically, has created relatively uncharted territory for parents of teens and “tweens.”