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We at Connecticut Trial Firm take pride in our community, and strive to support those who share that same loyalty. We are always looking for opportunities to participate in and sponsor local events. We also make a point to create our own outreach projects which will benefit our friends throughout Connecticut. That is why in 2021 we established the Connecticut Trial Firm Foundation. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you are looking to join us in our community outreach efforts
We have partnered with Enfield natives, Richard Lynes and Becky Vesce(both local artists and designers), who have helped us design and create a t-shirt that we think everyone in Enfield will love so they can showcase their hometown pride. We are asking anyone who would like to order one of our t-shirts to make a $20 donation to Enfield Loaves and Fishes, the local soup kitchen. Maya Matthews, the Executive Director, says the easiest way to make a donation is either by Paypal or Venmo @enfieldloavesandfishes and specify that you are donating towards the Enfield Hometown Pride T-Shirt Fundraiser. Once a donation is made, please fill out the order form on our website and we will mail your shirt to you.
The team at Connecticut Trial Firm, LLC is proud to offer our 2023 Summer Camp Initiative! We invite all interested guardians, family members, teachers, coaches, and friends to nominate a child to attend East Hartford Parks & Rec outdoor camp this summer, on us. Visit our event page for more details and to enter.
Both Andrew Garza and Ryan McKeen, partners of Connecticut Trial Firm, were the first in their family to attend a four-year university. We believe it is important to support our youth who seek to attend higher education, especially those who face financial obstacles in pursuit of that goal. That is why we are proud to offer our Education Accessibility Scholarship for the fifth year in a row! Visit our scholarship page for more details and to apply.
Check out our past recipients here.
We understand the important role that teachers play in our community, and as such, we are proud to offer our Tremendous Teacher Nomination for the 5th year in a row! We invite students, parents, family members, and colleagues to nominate a teacher that has gone above and beyond for their students to win a $500 gift card to go toward supplies for their classroom. Visit our event page for more information and to submit your nomination.
We had a blast last November when we rented out a local theatre to show Frozen 2 on the big screen. We invited our friends, family, and the Connecticut Trial Firm team. Further, to make a bigger impact, we reserved a special table for 10 of our friends at Nutmeg Big Brothers and Big Sisters, Connecticut’s largest volunteer mentoring network. Thank you to all those who were able to join us!
We at Connecticut Trial Firm are delighted to be the naming sponsors for the 10th year of the Race to Fill the Pantry 5K to support the Glastonbury Social Services Food Pantry. All proceeds from the race helped to provide to families in need throughout the local community. To learn more about this event, check out our Fill the Pantry event page.
What sounds better than a 10 mile run in the dead of February? The Connecticut Trial Firm team was excited to sponsor the King of Pain 10-Mile Run in February of 2019. The proceeds from this run benefitted both Achilles CT, an organization that provides opportunities for people with physical and developmental disabilities, and Sunshine Kids, an organization that provides activities and emotional support to young patients battling cancer. To learn more, visit our King of Pain event page.
After achieving the largest physical injury verdict in Connecticut’s history, Connecticut Trial Firm’s Andrew Garza, Andrew Ranks, and Alexa Mahony were invited to speak at the Trial Lawyers University Conference on October 28th, 2022 in Las Vegas, NV. They are set to conduct a two hour case analysis, breaking down how they secured the $100 million verdict. For more information, visit the event page here.
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