HARTFORD, Conn., Oct. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In a rapidly changing legislative and increasingly complex public arena, it is critical that Connecticut consumers have a fair chance to seek justice in our state court system and are protected from potential abuses by large corporations and industries as they strive for greater profitability at the expense of consumers.
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The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) has launched this blog to make critical information about the civil justice system more easily accessible as more and more consumers use the Internet to gain access to news and information.
The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association Blog (CTLA) is dedicated to fighting to protect and preserve the rights of all Connecticut citizens and to ensure that they have access to the most up-to-date information related to proposed changes in the law affecting personal, business and corporate negligence and other issues affecting Connecticut citizens and consumers.
Using the web's fastest artificial intelligence technology, the CTLA newsroom (CTLABlog.org) is powered by Vision Smart News, delivering the most recent and relevant news on topics important to all Connecticut citizens. The goal is to make certain that all CT citizens know and understand the importance of their rights to justice and to make certain that these rights, which are at the very core of what it means to be American, are safeguarded and protected.
About The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
The Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association is a professional no-profit organization of nearly 1,300 of Connecticut's most accomplished and active lawyers who are committed to upholding the civil justice system, fighting for plaintiffs' rights and becoming better trial lawyers.
For more information or to become a member of the CTLA visit our website at www.CTTriallawyers.org or call us 860 522-4345.
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