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RTC&E was founded in 1936 by J. Ronald Regnier with the express purpose of meeting all the legal needs of the business community and insurance industry in the Connecticut courts. In the following six decades it has developed the skills and knowledge in the area of defense and insurance litigation required to achieve its enviable record of verdicts.
Quality, Seasoned Trial Lawyers
At multi-practice law firms, litigation is typically a small part of their practice or is referred out. At Regnier, Taylor, Curran & Eddy, however, our attorneys have years of trial experience. Our practice focuses on trial and appellate work. Furthermore, they have access to the firm's data bank of case studies and reference materials specifically related to Connecticut trial law - a proprietary and valuable resource.
Our Approach to Client Relations
Regnier, Taylor, Curran & Eddy fosters teamwork between its trial lawyers and client personnel, for it believes this is required to successfully defend lawsuits. Our spirit of partnership means that each attorney assigned to a case focuses on it and cares deeply about bringing it to a successful conclusion.
A Dedication to Winning, but not at All Costs
In today's economic environment, substantial legal expenses are a significant concern. Regnier, Taylor, Curran & Eddy strives to deliver the highest quality legal services at the lowest possible cost. As a matter of policy, the firm addresses this issue by working more efficiently, streamlining its procedures, limiting the layered approach to its review process, and carefully advising clients on ways to manage costs through avoiding the courthouse, early identification of settleable cases, computerization and e-mail. The firm has innovated the process of expedited, grouped settlement of cases by enlisting the cooperation and support of presiding judges.
All Members and Associates of the Firm are Members, Connecticut and American Bar Associations.
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