Steve Embry and David Neusner have supported the Workers’ Memorial in Groton’s Washington Park every year since it was constructed by purchasing stones for the memorial in honor of each of the firm’s clients who has passed away from a work injury or disease. The Workers’ Memorial is held annually on April 28 across the country to remember and honor AFL-CIO members who lost their lives on the job. Today, the site contains more than 600 commemorative markers remembering workers and their families.
A ceremony is held each year by the United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, which ENA&S is proud to support.
ENA&S attorneys are also involved with The Connecticut Council on Occupational Safety and Health, Inc. (ConnectiCOSH), an organization of labor, community health and legal people working together to improve health, safety and environmental conditions at worksites in Connecticut communities.
Additionally, attorney Arscott serves on the board of Noank Community Support Services, an organization that operates a gender-responsive and trauma-informed therapeutic group home for young women aged 14-18 who are referred by the state Department of Children and Families.
Christine Conley is a member of the Connecticut General Assembly, proudly representing the 40th District, which includes areas of Groton and Ledyard.