ResourcesBelow is a list of resources we've compiled to help you get all the legal information you need.
State of Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission – Search for statutes, find more information on services offered by workers’ compensation and how to file a claim.
State of Connecticut Judicial Branch – Directions to courts, information about individual civil and criminal cases, legal resources, juror information and frequently asked questions.
Small Claims Court Information – A part of Connecticut’s court system where a person can sue for money damages only up to $5,000.00 without an attorney.
Office of Victim Services – Find out more information about the compensation programs offered by the state’s lead agency to provide services to victims of violent crime.
Connecticut Department of Public Health -Search for physician profiles, verify licenses, and learn how to file a complaint about health care providers or facilities.
Connecticut Bar Association – Find a lawyer, legal resources, news & publications.
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association – Find a lawyer, events & seminars.
Nolo’s Online Legal Diction1ary – Find plain-English definitions for legal terms.
Medicare Secondary Payer Recovery Contractor (MSPRC) – Sample letters from Medicare and what they mean, beneficiary and attorney tool kits, frequently asked questions and contact information.
OSHA Regulations – OSHA’s homepage with access to regulations, standards, technical information and more.
The Truth about Medical Malpractice Litigation – This fact sheet was developed by the Center for Justice & Democracy and contains some of the latest information available about medical malpractice.