Cramer & Anderson donated funds to purchase dinners April 27 for the EMTs and Paramedics in the Emergency Medical Services department at Danbury Hospital as a gesture of thanks, support, and gratitude for the frontline medical personnel and first responders helping us beat the coronavirus.
The meals were prepared with care and delivered by Mothership Bakery & Cafe, and we hear they were delicious and much appreciated as “a great morale booster!”
It was our pleasure and privilege to be able to contribute in this small way and help demonstrate that we are truly all in this together. And thanks, too, to Mothership for being there through these difficult times to provide comforting, delicious meals to the Greater Danbury community.
Cramer & Anderson has strong ties to Danbury Hospital, part of Nuvance Health.
Attorney Josh Weinshank, Resident Partner in the Ridgefield office and the firm’s Fairfield County Trust and Estate Planning and Administration Group Leader, is Chair of the Legacy Society for Danbury and New Milford hospitals. He also serves on the Patient Advisory Council and the Foundation Associate Board of Directors for Danbury and New Milford hospitals.
Attorney Art Weinshank, Senior Partner of the firm’s Estate, Trust, Elder Law and Probate Administration Department, is a former member of the Nuvance Foundation Board for Danbury and New Milford hospitals. His support was highlighted in the hospitals’ Catalyst newsletter.
Working With Cramer & Anderson Amid COVID-19
Our attorneys, who handle nearly 20 practice areas, including Estate Planning, Elder Law, Workers’ Comp, Personal Injury, Social Security Disability, and Immigration Law, are working remotely but easily accessible by phone or email. We are connecting with clients via technology such as Zoom and Facetime. Calls to our six regional offices are being answered as usual. See the Practice Areas and Our Team pages on the Cramer & Anderson website to connect, or call the New Milford office at (860) 355-2631.