Stanger & Associates
Law Firm Overview
Holding Lawyers Accountable
Our West Hartford attorneys believe in giving clients the personal attention, support and knowledgeable advice they need to resolve their legal matters as effectively and efficiently as possible. We also believe in requiring others to live up to their professional responsibility. This is why we focus our practice on helping those who have been harmed through professional malpractice, including:
- Filing a legal malpractice claim against a negligent attorney
- Holding a doctor responsible for failure to diagnose cancer
- Pursuing legal action against a fraudulent accountant
We understand that dealing with legal matters is emotionally draining. The last thing you want is a prolonged legal battle that costs you a significant amount of time and money.
That is precisely why our firm encourages clients to pursue alternative dispute resolution as a means of resolving their pressing family law or business law matters. We also offer low-cost divorce options for people who want a divorce, but are worried they simply cannot afford one.
If your business is involved in any type of dispute, making sure you have an attorney in your corner who can quickly and effectively resolve the matter is critical. We can guide you through any business issue and make sure your rights are protected throughout the whole process.
Bruce has advised me on a number of occasions – he has terrific insights that have helped me accelerate my business and has given me peace of mind.
– Pete Winiarski
Thanks for your kind and considerate attention to our business issues. As always, I am comforted and encouraged by your clarity and guidance.
Ethical, hardworking, and kind are words that come to mind when I think of Bruce Stanger. I recommend Bruce without hesitation. He’s an excellent lawyer.
– Ryan Mckeen
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