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Connecticut Employment Lawyers

Wrongful Termination, Employment Discrimination & Employee Rights

Sabatini and Associates, LLC is a Connecticut employment law firm. Since 1972, the law firm has been successfully representing people who have been wrongfully terminated, discriminated against in the workplace, harassed in the workplace, and retaliated against by their employers. We serve our clients from our three offices in Connecticut: Hartford, Stamford, and our main office in Newington. We exclusively represent employees. We do not represent employers or insurance companies. No case is too large or complex for our attorneys and staff.

Proud Members Of:

  • The American Association for Justice
  • Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association
  • National Employment Lawyers Association

Successful Case Results

Enforcing Your Employment Rights in Connecticut
  • $5,000,000.00 Judgment
  • $750,000.00 Settlement
  • $575,000.00 Settlement
  • $410,000.00 Settlement
  • $250,000.00 Settlement
  • $235,000.00 Plus Job Reinstatement Settlement
  • $200,000.00 Settlement
  • $200,000.00 Settlement
  • $175,000.00 Settlement
  • $150,000.00 Settlement

Contact Our Firm Today!

Our firm’s trial lawyers handle cases in federal court and state courts throughout Connecticut. Our lawyers represent out-of-state residents who work in the State of Connecticut. Whether it is in front of a jury, before the CHRO or EEOC or in settlement negotiations, we work and fight to get the absolute best results for our clients.

We encourage you to call us if you believe that you have been wrongfully terminated, illegally harassed in the workplace, retaliated against, or if your employer has otherwise denied or violated your legal rights.

Call us today at 860-667-0839! Your consultation with our dedicated team of lawyers is always free.

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