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Connecticut Small claims, the "Small Claims Court" is a part of Connecticut’s court system where a person can sue for money damages only up to $5,000.00. That amount is set by state law and may change from time to time. You may also be able to get interest and costs.

The only exception to the $5,000.00 limit is a case brought for the return of a security deposit in a landlord–tenant matter. In this situation only, the plaintiff may sue for double the amount of the security deposit, plus interest that has been added to the amount, even if the doubled amount brings the claim over the $5,000.00 limit.

  • You do not need an attorney.
  • Magistrates (specially appointed lawyers) decide the cases.
  • Simple rules of evidence apply, instead of complex rules.
  • There is no transcript of the trial; it is not recorded.
  • There is no right to appeal the decision.

Connecticut small claims you can file a lawsuit for:

  • back rent;
  • return of security deposit;
  • broken or damaged property;
  • unpaid claims;
  • breach of a written or verbal contract;
  • doctor/hospital bills for medical treatment;
  • claims valued up to $5,000.00.

Once we file a small claims in Connecticut a "return date" is set for the defedant. Once the defendant is served, an answer must be provided on or before the return date. if the defendant fails to file an answer you win your case. If the defendant files the connecticut small claims answer, a trial date it set. will assist you with your question in regards to the procedures required for the state of Connecticut. will handle your entire Connecticut small claims from start to finish.

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