Personal Injury – How An Attorney Can Help
A personal injury claim is one that involves an injury caused to you by the wrongful act of another. When a person acts carelessly and harms our clients we go to work. Our attorneys take care of everything from medical bills to negotiating with insurance carriers so that our clients can focus on getting better. We help our clients get compensation for medical bills, repair costs, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Don’t wait, call us now to find out how we can help you get the money you deserve.
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Dana and Dana Personal Injury Practice Areas
If you were hurt because of the negligence of another you should not have to pay for their careless or reckless actions. We represent victims who have suffered a personal injury including cases involving:
- Wrongful Death
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Slip and Falls
- Dog Bites
- Boating Accidents
- Medical Malpractice
- Auto Accidents
- Nursing Home Abuse
Personal Injury Law Frequently Asked Questions
Under Rhode Island law, an individual has three (3) years from the date of injury to file a claim for personal injury. If a person fails to file their claim within these three years, the claim will most likely be barred. Therefore, it is important to get in contact with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible if you believe you have a case.
Our firm handles all of our personal injury cases on a contingency fee. This means that you pay nothing upfront, and you never pay anything unless we are able to recover money for you.
All of our personal injury cases start with a free consultation. A meeting is set up with one of our attorneys at a time and location that is convenient for you. We will ask you about what happened and tell you how we can help. After the initial consultation, we will get to work on your case. Our office will obtain your medical records, negotiate with insurance companies, and if necessary, file a lawsuit on your behalf.