D. Robin Gouveia is the managing lawyer of our Middletown, Rhode Island Office. She has been handling personal injury and disability cases for over 20 years. Before going to law school, Robin worked as a claims adjuster for an insurance company, where she learned first-hand how the insurance companies value personal injury cases. Her experience has proven extremely valuable in settling personal injury cases, as our firm’s goal is to get you the money you deserve as quickly as possible.
While we do not have a physical office in Newport, our office in Middletown, RI services the towns of Newport, Portsmouth, Little Compton, Tiverton, and Jamestown. If you have been injured in the Newport area, feel free to call our Middletown office at (401)-846-5449 or visit us at 1521 West Main Road, Middletown, RI.
Have You Been Injured In a Car Accident? Call Now For Help!
If you have been injured in a car accident that was not your fault, in the Newport area, you may be entitled to a cash settlement or award. We have successfully handled hundreds of car accident cases in the Newport area and charge no legal fees unless we obtain a settlement or award for you. Learn More.
Were You Injured In a Motorcycle Accident?
Motorcycle accidents can sometimes prove to be more difficult to handle than car accident cases. Most of the time, the other driver will claim they didn’t see the motorcyclist and deny any fault they may have. Our years of experience handling these types of cases is vital because we know what measures we need to take to win, such as hiring an accident reconstruction expert. Learn More.
Injured On The Job And In Need Of Workers’ Compensation Benefits?
If you have been injured while on the job, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation benefits. These benefits can cover things like medical expenses, lost income, work training, among other losses. We are working with some of the most experienced workers’ compensation lawyers in the Newport area, who will charge no legal fees unless your case is successful. Learn More.
Have You Been Bitten By a Dog? Call Us Today For Help!
Most towns in Rhode Island have strict ordinances regarding dangerous breeds of dogs, who are more prone to bite people. For example, some towns require folks to register dog breeds such as pit bulls, German shepherds, Staffordshire terriers, and others. Dog owners are responsible for any damage that their dog causes, regardless of the breed. Let us help you hold them accountable. Learn More.
Have You Been Injured From Slipping and Falling?
The basis for every slip and fall case, is that we need to prove to the insurance company that their insured caused your injury by their own negligence. Property owners have a duty to keep the premises safe for all those who travel upon it. When they have failed to fulfill that duty, and you become injured because of that failure, we may be able to get you compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Learn More.
Other Cases We Handle
We handle many different types of personal injury cases for people who have been injured in the Newport/Middletown area, such as Denied Social Security Disability Benefits and Medical Malpractice. You ca view our full list of cases that we handle here. Call us 24/7, toll-free at 1-800-992-6878 or fill out a contact form online, for a free (no-obligation) case consultation.
Newport RI Area Attractions
Whether you are in the area to see historic architecture, shop in unique boutiques, jump in the water for a host of fun activities or simply to put up your feet and relax, Newport, Rhode Island, has something for everyone. The city, which was given the moniker of “America’s First Resort,” is on Aquidneck Island and was founded in 1639.
Here are some of the favorite attractions for visitors to the area:
- Newport Mansions: These are by far the most sought-after attractions in Newport. Visit the Elms for the Servant Life Tour or Vanderbilt’s Marble House and Breakers. Rosecliff with its gorgeous ballroom has been where many movies were set, most recently “The Great Gatsby.” Or, if you are in for something a little spooky, go to Belcourt’s Castle for ghost tours. If you are into 18th and 19th century architecture, the Samuel and Whitehorne House are great visits where you can also see exquisite colonial furniture.
- Cliff Walk: Another scenic location that can take your breath away is the Cliff Walk, a 3.5-mile stretch, which begins at Memorial Boulevard and ends at Bellevue Avenue. Take in panoramic views of the ocean, mansions, lovely homes and Salve Regina University. The views are breathtaking.
- The Coast: If you love scenic vistas, you need to take the 10-mile Scenic Ocean Drive. A number of visitors ride their bikes on this route. There are locations along the way where you can stop and take in the amazing view. At Brenton Point, you’ll see people flying kites and enjoying picnic lunches. There is also Adams State Park on the harbor side of Ocean Drive where you can picnic or take a tour of the Fort or the Museum of Yachting.
- Water Sports: If you are visiting in the summer, you’ll enjoy delightful water-related activities from sailing to yachting and kayaking. You can even rent a sailboat, kayak and motorboat to get beautiful views of Newport from the water. You can also go fishing all day, if you choose, in a professionally captained boat.
- Adventure: If you are looking for adventure, you can sky dive, horseback ride, surf or kite-surf.
- Other Sights: Don’t miss other attractions such as the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Trinity Church, Touro Synagogue and the Redwood Library. Newport also has two vineyards and its own brewery.
Special November Event
All November, you can see an exhibit titled “Newport and Her Southern Sisters: Three Centuries of Art and Design.” This exhibit features ball gowns, portraits, silver and furniture, shedding light on Newport as a vibrant cross-cultural crossroad over three centuries. Objects on display will come from several Preservation Society properties and loans from families’ private collections.
Newport, RI Points of Interest
- Newport County Chamber of Commerce
35 Valley Rd, Middletown, Rhode Island 02842
- Newport Historical Society
127 Thames Street, Newport, Rhode Island 02840
- Fort Adams
90 Fort Adams Drive, Fort Adams State Park, Newport, Rhode Island 02840
- The Breakers
44 Ochre Point Avenue, Newport, Rhode Island 02840
- U.S. Naval War College
86 Cushing Road, Newport, Rhode Island 02841