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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 […]


Attorney Moller Serving on Workers’ Comp Committee for 23rd Year

Bill Clinton was president, Apple Computer was struggling, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average surpassed 7,000 for the first time the year Cramer & Anderson Partner Barry S. Moller began serving on the Workers’ Compensation Section Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association (CBA). CBA President Amy Lin Meyerson informed Attorney Moller in an Aug. 3 letter of his reappointment to the Executive


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


Cramer & Anderson Names Attorney Chris Sochacki Partner

Attorney Christopher Sochacki, who joined Cramer & Anderson in June 2015 as an Associate, has been named Partner at the largest regional law firm in western Connecticut. “It was an incredible surprise when I found out,” said Attorney Sochacki. His civil litigation practice focuses on personal injury, product liability, construction defects and medical malpractice, along

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