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Someone owes you money and you decided to file a small claims lawsuit. After you filed the Small Claims Writ and Notice of Suit, the court clerk gave ... read more
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CT Small Claims Trials
Someone owes you money and you decided to file a small claims lawsuit. After you filed the Small Claims Writ and Notice of Suit, the court clerk gave you a trial date. The defendant never offered to pay you, or "settle" the case. Maybe you even tried mediation, where a neutral third party tried to get ... Read more

CT What Is Small Claims Court?
People have minor disputes every day. They range from a mechanic not getting paid for car repairs he made, to a landlord refusing to return a tenant's security deposit. Often, these disputes don't involve enough money to justify hiring an attorney. The fees you may have to pay an attorney may be close ... Read more

Personal Injury Damages in Connecticut
If you have been injured due to the unsafe actions or negligence of someone else, you may have legal grounds for a personal injury claim. Connecticut has specific rules for this potentially lengthy civil court process. Filing in the Appropriate Jurisdiction You must usually file your personal injury ... Read more

CT Alternatives to Small Claims Court
Is a former landlord refusing to refund your security deposit? Were you involved in a fender-bender and the other driver won't pay to have your car fixed? These are the types of disputes that are handled by the Connecticut small claims court. It's a court that's designed to be a fast, informal and inexpensive ... Read more

CT After Small Claims Court
You've been preparing for your small claims case for a while now. You've arranged for witnesses to be at trial and you have all the receipts and other documents ready. It's getting close to the time for the magistrate of the Connecticut small claims court to make a decision. Now's a good time to get ... Read more

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