Serving West Warwick, RI Residents: We’ll Come to you!
Laura Cameron represents our clients in the city of West Warwick, Rhode Island. Attorney Cameron has been practicing personal injury and social security disability law for over 18 years with d’Oliveira & Associates, and has widespread familiarity and knowledge in these types of legal disputes. Since joining d’Oliveira & Associates, Attorney Cameron has become a reliable lawyer that her clients trust to get them the monetary award they deserve. She knows not only how to get you the best settlement possible, but how to get it for you quickly.
Involved In a Car Accident in West Warwick? Let Us Help You!
Attorney Cameron and the staff of d’Oliveira & Associates have settled countless car accident claims in Rhode Island. If you are involved and injured in a car accident in West Warwick, you could be entitled to compensation, which pays for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our law firm charges a typical 1/3 fee, and only accept payment if we successfully obtain a settlement or award for you. As always, a good lawyer should not cost you more, they should get you more. Learn more.
Injured While Riding a Motorcycle in West Warwick? Call Us Now!
The ensuing case after being involved in a motorcycle accident in West Warwick can be lengthy and difficult because insurance company claims adjusters will make an attempt to show that the motorcyclist was partially or totally responsible for the accident. These cases can be hard to win, which is why you should always have a trustworthy RI personal injury lawyer to help you. Learn more.
Injured During a Slip and Fall? We Can Help!
Slip and fall cases can be tough because insurance companies will try to deny or reduce settlement offers. Ordinarily, a slip and fall accident takes place because of a defect or unsafe condition on the property, such as torn carpeting or wet floors. Insurance companies will try to prove that the injured was at fault for not being watchful for a dangerous condition. Our team has successfully handled many slip and fall cases and will not charge you without getting you the settlement you deserve. Learn more.
Injured From a Dog Bite? Take Action!
Attorney Cameron has successfully obtained settlements for people injured by a dog bite in West Warwick and neighboring areas. Normally, when a dog bite happens on the owner’s property, their homeowner’s insurance coverage will compensate those who are bitten for their medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our firm charges the usual 1/3 fee and will only accept payment if we get you a settlement or award. Learn more.
Injured While Working? Let Us Help With Your Workers’ Compensation!
The purpose of workers’ compensation is to help employees injured at work to receive payments for their injuries and medical expenses, among other losses. This is typically given to the injured worker by the employer’s insurance company. Still, receiving workers’ compensation benefits are not simple and may take time. The rules can be difficult to grasp and the procedures taken can be tricky. We work with some of the most experienced and accomplished workers’ compensation lawyers in Rhode Island. Learn more.
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Things to See and Do in West Warwick, Rhode Island
West Warwick is a town of about 30,000 people in Kent County, Rhode Island. It was incorporated in 1913, making it the youngest town in the state. The area we now know as West Warwick used to be the site of the earliest textile mills in the United States. The mills were located along the banks of the north and south branches of the Pawtuxet River. These mill villages played a critical role in the early development of the textile industry in North America. Lippitt Mill, which was founded in 1809 by Revolutionary War hero, Christopher Lippitt, was one of the first mills in the area. West Warwick is a short drive from any Rhode Island city or town.
Whether you are into nature, parks, libraries or golfing, West Warwick offers a little something for everyone. We’ve compiled the most interesting things to see and do in and around West Warwick.
The Historic Lippitt Mill, 825 Main Street
Photo from Kenneth C. Zirkel | The Historic Lippitt Mill
This historic mill built in 1809 still stands and is on the National Register of Historic Places. This is one of the earliest textile mills in Rhode Island and all of the country. The company grew throughout the 19th century becoming a large, profitable enterprise. However, in 1889, all of the Lippitt Company assets were sold to the founders of Fruit of the Loom who in turn sold it to Riverpoint Lace Works. Manufacturing at the mill stopped in the early 1970s.
Washington Secondary Trail (West Warwick Greenway)
This paved bike path offers a scenic tour of the historic and recreational aspects of the West Warwick community. This 3-mile trail is part of a longer trail that continues from Cranston into Coventry. It is accessible to walkers, runners and bikers. The trail crosses the Pawtuxet River, which runs through West Warwick. This is where you’ll find many of the old textile mills that have been preserved in the community.
Small boat access is possible at several points with formal canoe launches. The trail also features an equestrian trail now open from Route 117 at Old Main Street to Log Bridge Road. The equestrian path sometimes shares the bikeway, sometimes goes off path both north and south of the bikeway. The trail also runs along many commercial areas where you can find shops and restaurants.
Golfing in West Warwick
If you’re an avid golfer, you can take a pick from the following golf courses in West Warwick:
- Midville Country Club, 100 Lombardi Lane: This is a 9-hole public golf course with an open layout. It’s perfect for a fun, relaxing day on the links.
- West Warwick Country Club, 335 Wakefield Street: This is a challenging 9-hole private golf course complete with everything from narrow, slanting greens and fairways to easier holes accompanied by two-tiered greens.
Parks and Playgrounds
- Natick Playground, Crossland Road and Glendale Drive: If you are vacationing with little ones, this smaller park may provide the children with a nice break from all the history that usually draws adults to West Warwick. Since it is in a quiet neighborhood, there is not much traffic in this park. It has different kinds of slides and swings, and room to play. The playground is always open.
- Goddard Park, 1095 Ives Street: This is a park located not too far from the heart of West Warwick. It offers swimming, fishing, kayaking, golfing, hiking, biking, skating, horse-back riding and picnic areas.
- Impact Action Sports Park, 2 Syzdlo Avenue: This is a 20,000-square-foot facility that offers a family friendly environment. It’s an innovative indoor skate park operated by X Games gold medalist Kevin Robinson. The facility offers organized programs, open skate park sessions, summer camp programs and birthday parties. aimhighacademy.com/impact-action-sports-park.html
- Factory Street Park, corner of Factory and Border Streets: This facility includes a recreational area, basketball court and other playground equipment.
Theater: The Arctic Playhouse, 117 Washington Street
The Arctic Playhouse began with Daydream Theatre back in 2002 in the bottom of a small chapel in Providence and moved to downtown West Warwick in January 2015. New England has a rich history when it comes to theater and the Arctic is looking to promote and cherish that local heritage. For more information, visit thearcticplayhouse.com
Restaurants and Bars
- Cowesett Inn, 226 Cowesett Avenue: This is a local restaurants that’s been in business since 1977 and offers a versatile menu featuring Italian, Mexican and even Polish cuisine. cowesettinn.net
- San Vivaldo Trattoria Restaurant, 570 Providence Street: A small restaurant located in the heart of West Warwick you probably won’t be able to see it driving right past it. It looks like a small house and the owner is also the chef. This restaurant is known for its pasta dishes, good wine and fresh ingredients.
- Jackies Galaxy, 255 Cowesett Avenue: Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai cuisines come together in this sit-down casual restaurant.
- Famous Pizza, 1738 Main Street: The local pizza and sub joint. rifamouspizza.com
- Westcott House of Pizza, 346 Providence Street: Long-standing pizzeria offers hearty pies and a variety of casual eats in a down-to-earth atmosphere. westcotthouseofpizza.com
- Del’s Lemonade, 306 Cowesett Avenue: This is one of Rhode Island’s famous drinks, particularly in the summer. Del’s is a small shack with long lines. But those who visit say it’s worth the wait and is a big hit with kids.
- Boneheads Wing Bar, 131 Washington Street: Features a variety of food including burgers, sandwiches and wings. boneheadwings.com