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At Polito & Harrington, the health and well-being of our clients, employees and the community remains our top priority. We are closely monitoring the Coronavirus and following the guidance of local, state and federal authorities. We will be conducting all non- essential meetings via video or teleconference and remain available to service our clients’ legal needs. Essential meetings in the office will be conducted in accordance with guidance from public health authorities.Although the closure of courts and other cancellations are likely to occur, we remain fully committed to continuing to provide our clients with the same level of service and attention to their legal needs that they have come to expect from Polito & Harrington. We are also open and accepting new cases and referrals.

We continue to remain available by email (info@politolaw.com) and via our office phone number (860-447-3300) should you or anyone you know needs to reach us.

Wishing everyone good health,

~ The lawyers and staff of Polito & Harrington

Polito & Harrington reaches settlement in case where driver’s moment of inattention leads to double fatal crash

The Tylers died within 50 minutes of each other on June 21, 2013, when their Honda CRV sport utility vehicle was struck head-on by a distracted driver on Route 2 in Preston near the intersection of Hewitt Road. Thomas P. Flaherty, 57, of Willimantic, was sober but distracted when his GMC Sierra pickup slammed head-on […]


James Harrington completes the Ironman at Lake Placid!

Polito & Harrington congratulates our triathlete and  attorney James Harrington for his impressive completion of his first Ironman at the Lake Placid Ironman Triathlon on July 24, 2016.  Competing in an Ironman requires careful preparation of mind and body.  James’ achievement at Lake Placid mirrors the dedication, strength and tenacity he brings to his life […]


Commitment That Inspires

In June, Attorney James Harrington volunteered at the Valley Shore YMCA’s triathlon camp for kids.   The YMCA had been chosen by CMAK as one of the locations to host a training program aimed at exposing more children to the sport of triathlon.  CMAK is a non-profit organization named after Chase Michael Anthony Kowalski.   Chase was […]


Mohegan Tribal Court Settlement

I am pleased to report that James Harrington of our office recently resolved a matter in the Mohegan Tribal Court for $775,000.00.  James’ client was a passenger in a limousine owned and operated by the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority which was transporting him and his companions from Mohegan Sun to their homes in Fairfield County.  […]


Bert Polito Has Been Named Best Lawyers© 2015 “Lawyer Of The Year” in New London, CT

Best Lawyers, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named Humbert J. Polito Jr. as the 2015 “Lawyer of the Year” for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiff’s in the New London, Connecticut area. Only a single lawyer in each practice area and designated metropolitan area is designated as the “Lawyer […]


Stricter Concussion Guidelines for Athletes and What These Mean for You and Your Attorney

A recent Wall Street Journal article (3/19/13) reported that the American Academy of Neurology has provided stricter guidelines to deal with concussions in sports.  If a concussion is suspected athletes should be taken immediately off the playing field and kept out of play until the symptoms have ceased and an exam by a medical expert […]


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