24 02, 2022

Mark Dana Comments on Former Fall River Mayor’s Delayed Prison Sentence (NBC10)

By |February 24th, 2022|NBC 10 Providence, News|

Dana and Dana Partner, Mark Dana added his comments on a story focusing on former Fall River Mayor, Jasiel Corriea. 

(NBC10) – Nearly five months ago, former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia walked out of federal court in Boston after a judge […]

23 02, 2022

Rhode Island Dog Bite Law: Who’s liable for a dog bite?

By |February 23rd, 2022|Dog Bite, Personal Injury Law|

Every state, including the Ocean State, has its own set of laws pertaining to dog bites. The Rhode Island Statute 4-13-16 is below:

4-13-16  Action for damages to animals – Double damages on second recovery – Destruction of […]

11 02, 2022

Mark Dana Comments on Legal Issue for Attleboro Business (NBC10)

By |February 11th, 2022|NBC 10 Providence|

Dana and Dana Partner, Mark Dana added his opinions to an ongoing legal issue involving a local business and proprietary waffles.

(NBC10) – The owner of a popular local restaurant and food truck business has launched a legal dispute involving […]

8 02, 2022

What is Dental Malpractice?

By |February 8th, 2022|Anesthesia Errors, Medical Malpractice Law, Product Liability, Surgery Errors, Uncategorized|

A dentist is a doctor that you put your trust in when it comes to your oral health, and like a doctor your dentist must exercise due care in the treatment of patients. However, when a dentist provides bad […]

25 01, 2022

Why is Car Insurance so Expensive in Rhode Island?

By |January 25th, 2022|Automotive, Personal Injury Law|

In Rhode Island, the average resident pays nearly $2,000 per year for car insurance. That’s about 40% higher than the national average. For teenage drivers in Rhode Island, the situation is even worse. The average 16-year-old driver in Rhode […]

14 01, 2022

Mark Dana Weighs In On The Supreme Court’s Vaccine Decision (NBC10)

By |January 14th, 2022|NBC 10 Providence|

Dana and Dana Partner and NBC10 Legal Analyst Mark Dana weighed in on the Supreme Court’s vaccination decision this week. The Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine-or-test rule which would have impacted 84 million employees in the private […]

14 12, 2021

What Should I Do After a Bicycle Accident?

By |December 14th, 2021|News, Personal Injury Law|

Riding a bicycle can be a great alternative to driving a car. It can also be a great form of exercise too. However, riding a bicycle can be very dangerous and safety must be paramount.

Recently, a bicyclist was involved […]

3 12, 2021

Can You be Compensated for Seat Belt Malfunctions?

By |December 3rd, 2021|Automotive, Product Liability|

Seat belts save countless lives every year in the United States and around the world. In just 2016 seat belts in passenger vehicles were responsible for saving nearly 15,000 lives. The national rate of use is around 90%. However, […]

1 12, 2021

What Do I Do After a Slip and Fall Accident?

By |December 1st, 2021|Personal Injury Law, Slip and Fall Injuries, Traumatic Brain Injuries|

Unfortunately, most people will have a slip and fall accident at some point in their lives. Worse, the fall will likely not be their fault. Slip and falls can happen to anyone, anywhere, at any time. It is important […]

29 11, 2021

Don’t Make This Mistake After a Rhode Island Car Accident

By |November 29th, 2021|Automotive, Personal Injury Law, Slip and Fall Injuries|

After a car accident, don’t be taken back if the negligent driver’s insurance adjuster reaches out to you. As soon as a negligent driver reports the car accident to their insurance adjuster, the adjuster will be aware that you […]

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