At Carter Mario Injury Lawyers, Luretha McClendon Tolson has become known for treating each case as a top priority. As a Connecticut personal injury attorney, she works hard to secure justice for our clients and to help them recover damages. Her diligent and hands-on approach has resulted in countless successful results over the years. Whether she is representing someone who was injured in a car accident or in a motorcycle accident, she takes each detail into consideration. Her goal is to secure the compensation our clients need to pay for injury-related costs and avoid financial strain.
Attorney Luretha McClendon Tolson earned her law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2002. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in Prospect with her husband and their daughter. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family, exercising, reading, and going to the beach. She loves running and has participated in numerous charitable road races. She is also a coach through the Hamden Father's Basketball Association League. She is a proud member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Connecticut Bar Association, and the Hopkins Alumni Society.If you were recently injured and wish to take legal action, Attorney Luretha McClendon Tolson can help you file a results-driven injury claim that reflects your specific needs. Starting with a free initial consultation, she can help you understand the extent of your rights and recommend the strongest course of action that you should take. With her help, you may be able to secure the maximum compensation you are entitled to by law.
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