November Newsletter, 2021 Highlights

Below is a written summary of all information included within the November newsletter. 


September Party

On September 23rd, Monarch Law hosted a successful End of the Summer Party in Milford.


Apple Watch Raffle

On October 1st, we asked friends to join us LIVE on Facebook. Attendees from our End of the Summer Celebration were eligible to win! Be sure to like Monarch Law on Facebook and follow us on social media platforms. 


New Location

Monarch law opened a new location in Westport. Our address is 246 Post Road East, Second Floor, Westport, CT. Come visit us!


New Team Members

Maria Garcia is Of Counsel and primarily works in our Westport office. She has over 12 years of experience litigating employment matters in state and federal court, as well as state and federal administrative agencies.


Matt Lucarelli is Of Counsel and primarily works in our Hartford office. He has over 15 years of experience litigating worker’s compensation and personal injury claims.


Recent Settlement

Monarch Law represented a plaintiff after he slipped and fell down exterior stairs where the owner of the property failed to properly remove snow and icy conditions from the stairs. After slipping, the plaintiff struck his head and back as he fell down the staircase, suffering significant and permanent injuries, including cognitive issues, blurred vision, and back pain. Despite defenses raised to combat liability and arguments presented to diminish the plaintiff’s injuries, Attorney Seiden and the Monarch Law team were able to advocate for resolution of the case, ultimately agreeing to a settlement of $132,500.00 in favor of Monarch Law’s client.


In the News: Recent Unemployment Issues

Individuals have been calling Monarch Law on a weekly basis. We believe the “Notice of Potential Liability” is a major reason for the “clawing” back of benefits. In effect, the notice grants the employer a second shot at contesting a former employee’s receipt of benefits. In some instances, employers are protesting for the first time, months after payments were issued. Look for our next article for more information about this very important issue impacting CT residents and business owners.