Working From Home and Workers’ Compensation

You wake up in the morning, and instead of having to drive a 45-minute commute, you simply roll out of bed, make a cup of coffee and start your work day. Sounds like a dream come true, right? Well, this is the new reality for millions of Americans. But what if you get hurt at

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Social Security Disability Claims: More Success With Attorney

The Social Security Administration released its first Equity Action Plan in mid-April in support of President Joe Biden’s priority of advancing equity, civil rights, racial justice, and equal opportunity for everyone applying for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) programs and services. It’s a vital initiative that also reveals important statistics for those pursuing Disability (DI) or


Partner Mitch Melnick Wins Law Tribune Unsung Heroes Award

Cramer & Anderson Partner Mitchell J. Melnick has won an Unsung Heroes award from the Connecticut Law Tribune. Attorney Melnick, leader of Cramer & Anderson LLP’s Corporate and Business Department, is being honored for his behind-the-scenes work on the December 2021 acquisition of client Morse Watchmans and other major business and corporate transactions. Additionally, Trusts


Partner Josh Weinshank Wins Law Tribune Distinguished Leaders Award

Cramer & Anderson Partner Josh Weinshank has won a 2022 Distinguished Leaders award from the Connecticut Law Tribune. Attorney Weinshank, the firm’s Fairfield County Trust and Estate Planning and Administration Group Leader, is being honored for his vision and success in driving growth of Trust and Estate Planning business and guiding the firm’s expansion into Fairfield


Attorney Casagrande Offers Testimony on CT Property Tax Exemptions Bill

Cramer & Anderson Partner Dan Casagrande provided testimony to a Feb. 25 public hearing in support of a bill pending before the Connecticut General Assembly. An Act Concerning Property Tax Exemptions for Property Used For Charitable Purposes (H.B. 5168), under review by the Joint Planning and Development Committee, was raised for four principal purposes:  


Connecticut Speeding Ticket Charitable Contribution Option

Did you know that in some cases the State’s Attorney prosecuting your case may offer to resolve it by having you make a charitable contribution instead of paying a speeding ticket? Not only that but the amount is often significantly lower than the fine. Additionally, the prosecutor will drop the charge, meaning there’s nothing on your record


New Associates Join Cramer & Anderson in New Milford, Danbury

Two new Associates have joined Cramer & Anderson. Attorney Joseph P. Mortelliti is a Litigation Associate in the firm’s Danbury office, working with Municipal Law Partner Dan Casagrande and other attorneys on matters that extend to Municipal Law, Land Use, and Planning & Zoning. Jonathan M. Bedosky, a University of Connecticut School of Law graduate

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