People who are unfamiliar with the legal system sometimes feel taken advantage of by it. When you do not know the law, it is difficult to obtain the result you want. The attorneys of Thompson Vollono & Donovan help clients in the Bristol, Plainville, Southington and New Britain area with their complicated legal matters, including bankruptcy and workers' compensation claims. We know the law, we know how to get results and we can protect your rights.
Dedicated To Serving Our Community
Thompson Vollono & Donovan is full-service law firm with a 30-year history in Plainville. In fact, partner Barry L. Thompson grew up here in Plainville and partner James Donovan has lived in Bristol his entire life. Collectively, our lawyers have more than 100 years of experience serving clients in Central Connecticut, and we value the relationships we have built.
We can help you with difficult legal issues, including:
- All aspects of real estate law
- Workers' compensation
- Chapter 7 bankruptcy
- Family law
- Estate planning
- Business law
- Personal injury
- Criminal defense
- Social Security Disability appeals
Achieving Results Through Honesty And Integrity
Partners Barry L. Thompson and Michael V. Vollono are trained in collaborative family law and are members of the Central Connecticut Collaborative Family Law Group. We can help family law clients reach solutions through cooperation and communication.
Our attorneys are primarily focused on resolving issues and not creating additional conflict between the parties involved. We are committed to developing strong cases for our clients. We will do what needs to be done, but with professionalism and courtesy. This approach has resulted in many satisfied clients over the years. In fact, most of our clients are referred to us by people we have worked with previously.
To discuss your issue with our Hartford County, Connecticut, lawyers, call us at 860-479-2973 or contact our firm online. We provide free initial consultations and accept credit cards.
We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.