Counselors, legal advisors & advocates
If you are a client of ours, you can count on us to give you sound advice and the information needed for you to make informed decisions.
We are genuinely interested in making workplaces safer and in helping clients get through tough times when the workplace is not safe enough.
We are tough with our opponents. But as a client, you will find that we offer a naturally genuine and personable approach that has been helping families get through tough times for over 30 years.
We’re The Difference
Every day people are impacted by workplace or personal injury, or illnesses contracted in the workplace. They are faced with many fears about financial concerns, how to take care of their family and long-term health.
We are actively involved in contributing our time and advice to government boards and the legislature. Attorney Stephen Embry helped write the Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act.
Acknowledged as helpful and results-oriented, we’ve become a top skilled law firm in Eastern Connecticut for personal injury and workers’ compensation and a trusted firm by other attorneys and doctors for referral relationships.
Amity L. Arscott
Amity Arscott is the managing partner at Embry Neusner Arscott & Shafner, LLC. She leads the firm’s occupational disease and toxic torts department…
David has been practicing private law since 1980 and has been chosen by his peers throughout his career to receive many accolades. He has lectured…
Stephen C. Embry
Retired, Founding Partner
Preferring to a primary focus on personal injury cases, workers’ compensation, Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act and product liability, Stephen…
Attorney Conley graduated from Bay Path University with a B.A. in Legal Studies. She immediately went on to law school at Western New England University…
Dana Simoni earned her B.A. degree from Hofstra University and J.D. degree with honors from Hofstra Law School where she was a member of the Hofstra Law Review.
Attorney Daniel Percy graduated from Duquesne University with a BSBA in Marketing and Legal Studies. He went on to attend law school at the Quinnipiac University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 2021.
Who We Work For
Our work is for Groton and in service of its working class history.
Blue collar workers and families settled in Groton and worked in trade and shipbuilding prior to the American Revolution. After the American Revolution, during the early 19th century, Groton was rebuilt through trade, commerce, maritime and naval shipbuilding, whaling and seal hunting. Eventually, the city’s largest employer became EB, where the worlds’ most elite submarines are built.
This commitment to growth and prosperity also led to unknowns in health and the risks that come with those unknowns. These have impacted families and the blue collar workforce overall.
- Blue Collar Workforce
- Manufacturing Trades
- Electric Boat
Resources to Get You Started
We’re here to help you navigate the many unknowns of what to do and where to start.
We’ve prepared this set of Frequently Asked Questions to help you get started if you believe you require our services. These will help you become better informed and also offer some peace of mind that you’re making the right decision with a team who understands your needs.