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Attorney Hirschfield and New Milford Presenting COVID-19 Relief Event for Homeowners, Renters and Landlords

Cramer & Anderson Partner Jim Hirschfield and Karen Pollard, New Milford’s Director of Economic Development, will lead a live Google Meet discussion Sept. 3 about COVID-19 relief for landlords, homeowners, and renters in Connecticut. The 10 a.m. event can accommodate up to 250 participants. In late August, Gov. Ned Lamont announced an extension of Connecticut’s ban on evictions until Oct. 1 to protect tenants […]


Covid-19 and Workers’ Compensation: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does Workers’ Compensation work in the state of Connecticut? A: Workers’ Compensation is designed to protect employees that are injured or exposed to disease while in the course and scope of their employment. It provides wage replacement benefits for lost time from work and covers all related medical bills to treat the injury. Q: If

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Need Help Navigating CARES Act Coronavirus Relief for Businesses?

The $2 trillion CARES Act, signed into law March 24, expands the types and amount of coronavirus disaster relief available to businesses, sole proprietors, independent contractors, and gig economy workers. The Federal Small Business Administration outlines the available programs online.  Details and complexities are important to understand, and many businesses that qualify will need help navigating the process


Cramer & Anderson’s COVID-19 Response

See our updated information in the the March 17 post, Cramer & Anderson Open for Business Amid Coronavirus, Just in a Different Way As the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus intensifies in Connecticut and the U.S., Cramer & Anderson, LLP is taking steps to help ensure the health and well-being of our clients, visitors to our offices,

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