CTLA Announces Pro Bono Initiative For Newtown Victims
HARTFORD, Conn., Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association President Michael J. Walsh along with CTLA Past President Robert Sheldon, announce the formation of CT Trial Lawyers Care (CTLC). This CTLA initiative will provide volunteer pro bono legal services to any Newtown or other affected employee impacted by the Newtown tragedy and eligible to file a workers' compensation claim. No fees will be charged for the professional services of the attorney involved.
This CTLC initiative providing free legal services is consistent with the CTLA's belief that attorneys should not be profiting in any way from this tragedy.
Founded in 1954, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) and its public and professional education arm Connecticut Civil Justice Foundation (CJF) are dedicated to protecting the legal rights of Connecticut citizens and its consumers.Members of the media can contact the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association by calling Executive Director Neil Ferstand at (860) 522-4345 About CTLA Founded in 1954, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) and its public and professional education arm Connecticut Civil Justice Foundation (CJF) are dedicated to protecting the legal rights of Connecticut citizens and its consumers. Follow CTLA Blog & Connecticut Trial Lawyers News Media Contact: Neil Ferstand 860 522-4345 email@example.com SOURCE Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
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