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Attorney Raymond W. Ganim – Personal Injury Lawyer


Attorney Raymond W. Ganim - Personal Injury Lawyer

2620 Nichols Ave
Stratford Connecticut 06614
United States


Business Description

RAYMOND GANIM is the founder of GANIM Law.
Ray was inspired by his father and older siblings to become an attorney from a very young age. After graduating from Sacred Heart University in 1988, Ray began formal law studies at Quinnipiac University School of Law. After graduating from law school and passing the Connecticut State Bar Exam in 1988, Ray began his career working for his father's law firm.Once he began the practice of law, Ray began to focus a few key areas of Civil Litigation. These areas included Divorce and Personal Injury, Liquor Liability and Probate.

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About Stratford

Stratford is a town in Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States. It is situated on Long Island Sound at the mouth of the Housatonic River. The town is part of the Greater Bridgeport Planning Region, and the Bridgeport–Stamford–Norwalk Metropolitan Statistical Area. It was settled by Puritans in 1639. The population was 52,355 as of the 2020 census. It is bordered on the west by Bridgeport, to the north by Trumbull and Shelton, and on the east by Milford (across the Housatonic River). Stratford has a historical legacy in aviation, the military, and theater. == History == === Founding and Puritan era === Stratford was founded in 1639 by Puritan leader Reverend Adam Blakeman, William Beardsley, and either 16 families (according to legend) or approximately 35 families (suggested by later research) who had recently arrived in Connecticut Colony from England seeking religious freedom. In 1639 the General Court in Hartford made reference to the town as the "new plantation at Pequannock". In 1640 the community was known as Cupheag, a Native American Paugussett word meaning "at the enclosed place" or "place of shelter".

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