Cara Gallucci is our lawyer who represents our clients in Burrillville, Rhode Island. Attorney Gallucci has been practicing personal injury law and disability cases for over 23 years with d’Oliveira & Associates, and has extensive knowledge and experience in these matters. Since her arrival, Attorney Gallucci has established a reputation as a lawyer that her clients trust and is highly skilled in her work. She knows not only how to get you a worthy settlement, but how to get it for you quickly.
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Injured In a Car Accident in Burrillville? Get Help Now!
Attorney Gallucci and her staff have successfully settled numerous car accident claims in Rhode Island. If you are injured in a car accident in Burrillville, you may be entitled to compensation, which pays you for your medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our law firm charges the normal 1/3 fee, and only if you obtain a settlement or award. Remember, a good lawyer should not cost you more, they should get you more. Learn more.
Injured In a Motorcycle Accident in Burrillville? Contact Us!
Motorcycle accident cases in Burrillville can be challenging because insurance company claims adjusters typically try to demonstrate that the motorcyclist was either totally or partially at fault. These cases can be complex, which is why you should consider having an experienced RI personal injury lawyer on your side. Learn more.
Injured From a Slip and Fall? We Can Help!
Slip and fall cases can be difficult because insurance companies tend to deny or reduce settlement offers. Typically, the cause of a slip and fall accident was due to a dangerous condition or defect on the property. Insurance companies try to illustrate that the victim was at fault for not paying attention to a dangerous condition, such as snow and ice. We have successfully handled many slip and fall cases and charge no fee unless we get you money. Learn more.
Injured From a Dog Bite? Call Us Today!
Attorney Gallucci has successfully obtained settlements for people injured by a dog bite in Burrillville and surrounding areas. Often, when a dog bite ensues on the owner’s property, their homeowner’s insurance coverage compensates victims for medical bills, lost income, pain and suffering and other losses. Our firm charges the typical 1/3 fee only if we get you a settlement or award. Learn more.
Injured At Work? We Can Help You Get Workers’ Compensation!
Workers’ Compensation was created for employees that were injured at work to obtain payment for their injuries and expenses. This is provided from insurance that the employer has. However, obtaining workers’ compensation benefits is not always easy. The rules can be difficult to understand and the process can be intricate. We work with some of the most skillful and knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyers in Rhode Island. Learn more.
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Things to See and Do in Burrillville Rhode Island
Burrillville is a charming, rural community, incorporated in 1806, nestled in the northwest corner of Rhode Island. Along with wide open spaces, lush woodlands, pristine lakes and rustic scenery, those who call Burrillville home also lead a wonderful quality of life and take pride in the region’s rich history dating back to America’s Industrial Revolution. The town is conveniently located in southern New England with easy access to major cities such as Providence, Boston, Hartford and Worcester.
Burrillville’s economy was fueled by a vibrant textile industry until the 1950s. The textile mills led to the development of the town’s numerous villages. This is a unique characteristic of Burrillville because you’ll often hear locals identify themselves by their villages or neighborhoods such as Harrisville, Oakland, Pascoag, Glendale, Mapleville, Mohegan, Wallum Lake, Bridgeton or Nasonville. Burrillville’s rich history has been documented in films such as “The Amazing Life and Times of Austin T. Levy” documenting the life of entrepreneur and philanthropist Austin T. Levy, a man whose philanthropy changed the face of the village of Harrisville.
Things to See and Do
Whether you are a history buff, a nature lover or just someone who likes to kick back and relax, there is plenty to enjoy and experience in Burrillville and its villages:
The Assembly Theater, 26 East Avenue, Harrisville, Rhode Island.
This historic theater, built in 1933, is located on the Harrisville Mill Pond. It was built during the height of the Great Depression, made possible by a generous gift from philanthropist Austin T. Levy to the town. The vibrant theater still features several performances including plays and concerts and even hosts public event. Free parking is available. Website: www.assemblytheater.org
Bridgeton Schoolhouse, 16 Laurel Hill Avenue, Pascoag, Rhode Island.
This Victorian two-room schoolhouse was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 2006. Now, it houses the Burrillville Historical Preservation Society, the non-profit organization that documents the town’s rich history. It also preserves the town’s cemetery. If you stop by, you can learn more about the area’s old textile mills and railroads. It also contains memorabilia and historic photos of the town. Website: http://www.bhps.org/
Burrillville Bike Path
If you enjoy biking, you could find entrances to this 1.2-mile off-road paved bikeway along Mowry Street, Railroad Avenue and Eastern Avenue. The bike path connects the villages of Harrisville and Pascoag. It’s just perfect for not only biking, but also walking or cross-country skiing during the winter months. Link to aerial view of the bike path: https://visitburrillville.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/burrillville-bike-path.jpg
Burrillville Farmer’s Market, 100 Tinkham Lane, Harrisville, Rhode Island
If you enjoy fresh meat, baked goods, eggs and honey, this farmer’s market is open every Saturday during the months of May through October from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. In addition to fresh food, you’ll also find fresh flowers, wool and plants. The market has fun activities for children and often features guest experts to educate and entertain visitors. Website: http://burrillvillefarmersmarket.org/
Exploring the Farm Life
Burrillville is known for its farms. If you got a taste of the farm at the farmers market, you might want to go check out a real farm for yourself. You may want to visit Hickory Hill Farm in Pascoag, a 37-acre farm founded in 1971, which has a great selection of seasonal produce. You can also buy homemade jams and jellies, pies and cookies here. The Mapleville Farm is on Old Victory Highway in Mapleville. This is a small family-owned farm that offers fresh produce, eggs, bread, cookies, pies and cakes. They also have livestock and a hydroponic vegetable greenhouse. For more information, visit their website: http://bensbakery.com/maplevillefarm/
Round Top Orchard, 706 Round Top Road, Burrillville
You could pick your own apples during harvesting season at Burrillville at Round Top Orchard. This is a local farm that supplies fruit to area restaurants, schools and grocery stores. It is part of the Community Supported Agriculture system in Rhode Island.
Moses Taft House, 111 East Wallum Lake Road, Pascoag
This is a historic house that was built in 1786 and originally owned by Moses Taft, who was a farmer and operated a nearby grist mill in the Clear River. This house has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places. This home is a well-preserved example of early Federal architecture. The house underwent a major restoration in the 2000s.
Jesse M. Smith Memorial Library, 100 Tinkham Lane, Harrisville
This library not only has a comprehensive selection of books and videos, but also features special collections of early Americana, antiques, collectibles, local history and even Star Trek. To get more information on current exhibits and special collections, visit their website: http://jmslibrary.org/
You’ll find this historic, obelisk marker at the exact point where Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut meet. You can access this point from the Buck Hill Management Area in Burrillville, Douglas State Forest and conservation land in Thompson. A number of these hikes to the marker can be quite challenging.
White Mill Park, 10 Wallum Lake Road (Route 100), Pascoag
White Mill was originally built in 1834 and served the area for many years. In 1895, a Worsted mill was erected on this site using waterpower. The mill changed hands several times and eventually closed in the 1960s. Now, visitors enjoy its playground with a covered dining area, freshwater fishing and hiking trails.
Spring Lake Arcade, 50 Old Hillside Drive, Glendale
This is known as the world’s oldest penny arcade. It was established in 1931. You’ll find both new and old games to entertain you. You can play games not only from your childhood, but also from your grandparents’ childhood too. Admission is $3 for visitors and $1.50 for Burrillville residents. Website: http://springlakearcade.com/
Burrillville has a wide offering of a variety of foods from good old-fashioned American fare and breakfast places to Italian and Mexican food. Here are some of the eateries that are unique and local:
- Wright’s Farm, 84 Inman Road, Harrisville: This is a Rhode Island institution, renowned for its family-style chicken dinners served for over four decades. The restaurant also has a bar and lounge and gift shop. http://www.wrightsfarm.com/
- Waterfall Café, 35 East Avenue, Harrisville: Waterfall has a large menu serving breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. It’s a kid-friendly place too. http://www.waterfallcafe.net/
- Abby’s Country Kitchen, 1180 S. Main Street, Pascoag: Serves breakfast, lunch and dinner with nightly specials and homemade ice cream.
- Chapel St. Bakery and Café, 148 Chapel Street, Harrisville: This bakery offers baked breads, pastries, cookies, calzones and party pizza. Free wi-fi available.
Source: Visit Burrillville (https://visitburrillville.org/)