Advocacy You Need During Civil Litigation

When negotiations to resolve a real estate, business, employment or personal injury dispute break down, and litigation cannot be avoided, the person suing or being sued can benefit from assistance of experienced trial attorneys.

At the Tavano, McCuin, Bonanno & Collins, LLC, law firm in Glastonbury and West Hartford, our lawyers are proficient at executing every phase of prosecuting and defending cases during state and federal litigation.

Our skillful civil litigation team's decades-long formula for success in the courtroom consists of in-depth research and detailed investigation, leading to copious fact-finding; openness to our client's account of circumstances that began the dispute; collection and analysis of evidence; awareness of inadmissible evidence; and persuasive arguments before judge and jury.

We are equally proud of our tradition of personal service. We keep clients "in the loop" with regular updates on the status of a case, honest answers to questions and realistic expectations for outcomes.

Practice areas in which we regularly litigate, in states of Connecticut and Massachusetts, include:

  • Collections
  • Business disputes centering on fraud, breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Mechanic's lien foreclosures
  • Construction litigation
  • Real estate contract litigation
  • Probate and estate litigation, including will contests
  • Boundary disputes
  • Employment claims for employers and employees
  • Personal injury claims after serious accidents

For Experienced Guidance And Exceptional Service At Trial, Contact Us

Tavano, McCuin, Bonanno & Collins, LLC, litigation lawyers shoot straight with you throughout the process. If a battle is not worth fighting from time, expense and stress standpoints, we will tell you. If a trial becomes inevitable, we will be "in it to win it." To learn more about the many ways we can be of service in court, and to schedule an initial consultation, call or email our law offices.