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Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyers

Accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. Sometimes, the accident is no one’s fault but your own. However, in many instances, people sustain severe and life-changing injuries in accidents that are caused by someone else’s recklessness or carelessness. In worst-case scenarios, these accidents could prove to be fatal, and surviving family members are left wondering why this entirely preventable accident ever occurred.

Residents of Rhode Island who were injured in accidents due to no fault of their own have rights under the law. To ensure that your rights are protected after suffering injuries in an accident, you need a skilled and professional Rhode Island personal injury attorney to ensure that all of your rights are protected.

The team at Crowe & Harris, LLP is here for you and is ready to help. We understand the confusion, frustration, and stress you are likely experiencing. Over the years, Crowe & Harris, LLP has recovered more than half a billion dollars for those who’ve been hurt due to negligence. Our goal is to provide our clients with personalized and aggressive representation. We also strive to support all of our clients through ­­what we understand is a difficult period in their lives. We are on your side, and we will fight for you every step of the way.

If you or a loved one suffered severe injuries in an accident due to the negligence of others, contact Crowe & Harris, LLP as soon as you are able. The sooner you can retain a personal injury attorney after your accident, the better results we can obtain on your behalf. Our attorneys can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call us to discuss the specific circumstances of your personal injury accident. We can be reached at (617) 426-4488. Alternatively, you can contact us by email by visiting our website.

We are conscious that not everyone can meet in person during the COVID-19 pandemic, so we are offering videoconferencing for all new clients at this time.

Types of Personal Injury Matters We Handle

At Crowe & Harris, LLP , we handle all cases where a person was injured due to the negligence of another.

What is negligence? Negligence is the failure to use due care under the circumstances presented. Both individuals and companies have a duty to act in a manner that does not expose others to harm. However, in many cases, people do not always exercise due care towards others, and injury-causing accidents often follow. Proving negligence requires proof that there was a breach of this duty.

For example, a driver is negligent when they fail to stop for a stop sign and strike another vehicle in the intersection. Homeowners and business owners are negligent when they fail to remove ice and snow from their property. Product manufacturers and drug companies can injure others when they manufacture and distribute products that harm the consumer. Also, doctors and hospitals are negligent and can be held liable for medical malpractice when they fail to adhere to the standard practice of care.

Our team has extensive experience helping people with injury claims including:

To recover compensation, you will to prove that your injuries were caused in the accident. In some instances, it is obvious that your accident caused your injuries. For example, causation is easily proved in a slip-and-fall accident that results in a fractured hip. However, in other cases, it may be more difficult to prove causation, especially if you suffer from pre-existing medical conditions. The legal team at Crowe & Harris, LLP has medical professionals on their staff to help prove that your injuries were indeed the result of the accident and another party’s negligence.

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