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Connecticut Civil Litigation Lawyer

Anytime you have construction work done in Connecticut, you will have a contract with the person doing the work. But that contract is just a piece of paper if that builder doesn't do the work or if that builder is not paid by the person needing the work. When that happens, the matter goes to court. If you find yourself in that situation, you need experienced West Hartford civil litigation attorneys on your side.

Getting 'The Story Behind The Story' In Connecticut Civil Litigation

We are experienced commercial litigation lawyers. Not only are we very attentive to detail, but also skilled listeners, being able to figure out "the story behind the story" in complex commercial litigation cases. Through our perceptive approach, we are able to go beyond the dotting of "i's" and the crossing of "t's" to the real human issues involved in the cases. This allows us to help our clients achieve the best possible results.

Our commercial litigation work includes:

  • Contract review
  • Lien waivers
  • Civil litigation
  • General litigation
  • Construction litigation
  • Mechanic's liens
  • Covenants and noncompete
  • Commercial litigation

In our civil litigation work, we mostly represents small contractors.

If You Need A Contract Enforced In Connecticut, Call Charter Oak Law Group, LLC

Charter Oak Law Group, LLC can help. Contact us either online or by calling: 860-952-3070 for your initial consultation.

Office Locations

Main Office/Mailing Address
34 Jerome Avenue
Suite 120
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Phone: 860-952-3070
Fax: 888-438-1524
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Fairfield County Office
100 Mill Plain Road,
3rd Floor
Danbury, CT 06811
Phone: 860-952-3070
Fax: 888-438-1524
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Litchfield County Office
15 Shepard Road
Norfolk, CT 06058
Phone: 860-952-3070
Fax: 888-438-1524
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