Allingham, Readyoff & Henry, LLC. Covid-19 Response
Allingham, Readyoff & Henry, LLC., will remain open during the Covid-19 outbreak. However, to keep everyone safe, we are encouraging all our clients and prospective clients to communicate with us by telephone or email. Although some clients normally stop by our office to pick up correspondence; commencing Monday, March 16, 2020, we will be sending those materials by mail.
For those clients with court matters, please be advised that many court hearings and trials pending in the Superior Court have been cancelled through March 27, 2020. Therefore, it is likely that clients will experience some delays in getting their matters through the court system. Please click here for the Statement from the Chief Judge Administrator Patrick L. Carroll, III for further information.
As this is a situation that appears to be changing rapidly, we will keep you updated as to any further changes in our procedures.
Please do not hesitate to call us if you have any questions or concerns.
About Allingham, Readyoff & Henry, LLC.
This is a full service New Milford, Connecticut law firm that provides the experience and results of a large firm with the service and individualized attention of a small firm. Our attorneys regularly attend seminars all over the country to be kept up-to-date on the latest changes in the law and to ensure that they provide clients with the best legal representation possible. Our lawyers are constantly preparing our client’s matters to obtain the best result possible.
The lawyers at Allingham, Readyoff & Henry, LLC, have substantial trial experience in both state and federal courts. Although the law firm provides diverse practice areas, our focus is on injury law and real estate. Specifically, representing victims who have suffered catastrophic injury as a result of another’s negligence or recklessness ...
Between now and December 31st, 2019, Allingham, Readyoff & Henry will match all donations made to the AWS in New Milford up to a total of $1,000. Donations will be used to fund supplies, vet bills, and operating costs of the shelter. Please make checks payable to the Animal Welfare Society, and write ARH, […]
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