June 27, 2019

The Importance of Preserving Evidence after a Cranston Auto Accident

If you have been injured in a Cranston auto accident, the last thing you may be thinking about is preserving evidence. However, the evidence collected or preserved after an auto accident can make a crucial difference in ensuring you receive the maximum compensation for your injuries, damages and losses. An experienced and knowledgeable Cranston auto…

November 23, 2018

Rear End Collision Lawyers In Rhode Island

Rear end collisions are a regular sight while driving, especially in the metropolitan areas of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. According to Science Daily, there were 1.8 million rear end collisions in 2006. The frequency of rear end collisions and related car accidents makes understanding auto accident liability essential for every driver. Oftentimes drivers assume that…

September 20, 2018

How to Prevent Nursing Home Abuse

Spotting the signs of nursing home abuse and reporting them accordingly is important and may put an end to elder abuse and neglect. However, in order to reduce the risk and the incidents of elder abuse, there is a need to learn the best ways that family members can help to prevent nursing home abuse….

September 9, 2016

Burn Injury Risk Heightened During Warmer Months

Summer brings with it a lot of fun, outdoor activities. But with outdoor fun comes the risk of several different types of injuries, including burn injuries. When we think of summer burn injuries, sunburn might be the first thing that comes to mind. However, there are many other things that could heighten the risk of…

August 31, 2016

Hot Car Related Death Toll Surges Due to Extreme Heat

So far, 2016 has been a bad year for child hot car deaths. According to a CNN news report, as of this month the total number of hot car deaths nationwide has soared to 26, 11 more than there were at this time last year. A number of these incidents, of course, happen in the…

June 22, 2016

Most Common Slip and Fall Injuries in Warwick, Rhode Island

Warwick, Rhode Island is one of the most diverse business municipalities in the state. Warwick is home to TF Green Airport, the Warwick Mall, and several beaches and parks. With this vast amount of business, it should be of no surprise that many consumers and tourists will flock to this area, which could lead to…

September 1, 2015

RI News: Rhode Island Bridges in Rough Shape

After the extreme winter that swept through all of New England last year, the State’s infrastructure is having a hard time keeping up. The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (DOT) recently completed emergency inspections of 230 bridges throughout the state, which found that 2 bridges need significant repairs and another two dozen need minor ones….

July 25, 2014

Important Bicycle and Helmet Safety Tips in RI and MA

Bicycling is one of the most popular sports in the country with as many as 67 million people, who all together ride 15 billion hours every year. Many of these people are riding bicycles as a form of exercise or recreation, and others are using it as a means of commuting to work or school….

March 11, 2014

Military Medical Malpractice Against the VA, the Military, and the U.S. Government

In 1946, the Federal Torts Claims Act (FTCA) was enacted, giving everyone the right to sue the Federal Government. Under this act, people who were injured from the negligence of Federal agencies and/or their employees were entitled to compensation. This covers all commissions of negligent act and negligent omissions. In 1950, the U.S. Supreme Court…

August 20, 2013

RI Injury Law Firm Releases New Bus Accidents Infographic

According to the Department of Transportation, motor coaches make more than 750 million passengers trips each year in the United States. Statistics show that on average 17 passengers die each year while making these trips. The most dangerous bus accidents were rollovers causing 61% of deaths followed by running off the road and multi-vehicle collisions….