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Stratford Workers' Compensation Lawyer
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Attorney Referrals

Certain cases require expenses, resources and proficiency that exceed what a small law firm or law group can risk. At Morizio Law Firm, P.C., we recognize that it may be a wise business decision to refer a client with a complex or specialized matter to a firm with vast resources and experience in that specific matter.

We offer more than 20 years of legal experience and have acquired skills encompassing unique areas of the law. In addition, attorney Lawrence Morizio has been designated a board-certified workers’ compensation specialist by the Connecticut Bar Association.

Contact our attorneys to discuss referring a case.

Our Goal Is Exceptional And Unusual Representation

We are known for effectively resolving routine and unusual personal injury and workers’ compensation cases such as those involving:

  • Dependents’ workers’ compensation benefits
  • Workers’ compensation for police, firefighters and municipal workers
  • Workers’ compensation for state employees
  • Longshore and harbor workers’ compensation
  • Motor vehicle accident injuries
  • Fatal accidents
  • Occupational and repetitive trauma injuries
  • Heart disease and hypertension

Workers’ Comp And Injury Claims: This Is What We Do

We are focused on client interests and pursuing just compensation for their injuries and losses. Whether through claim application, claim settlement or claim appeal, we have the experience, resources, commitment and skill to effectively and efficiently resolve the matter.

If you have limited time to handle the specific nuances of a workers’ compensation claim, it is in the best interests of your clients to contact specialists with workers’ compensation claims. We will work with referring counsel on the case and referral fees are available.

Feel free to visit our firm overview and practice areas or contact us directly to discuss whether we are the right lawyers for your firm’s case.

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