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Personal Injury Law

Monday, April 17, 2017

Lien on Me


Personal injury law, like so many other disciplines, is not cut and dried. Legal knowledge alone is not sufficient. For one to be a truly competent personal injury attorney, compassion as well as interpersonal and negotiation skills are required. Following is a case in point:

Several years ago our law practice had a personal injury case in which we represented a woman who had broken her leg in two places after slipping on some liquid at a night club. At the time of the accident, it was late at night and the bouncers were asking everyone to leave, so there was no time to get any information about what the liquid was, where it came from, or how long it had been on the floor.


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Friday, February 3, 2017

Putting the "Personal" Back into Personal Injury Law


Putting the “Personal” Back into Personal Injury Law

 Recently, I started writing a demand letter in a personal injury case involving physical injuries sustained in a motor vehicle crash.  On its surface, this did not appear to be a big case.  Liability is not an issue, just damages.  As I usually do when writing a demand letter, I go through all of the facts and all of the medical records and write a detailed narrative of what happened and why my client is entitled to compensation.  As I was going through the medical records line by line, it struck me that this was not as simple a case as it appeared to be.


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Monday, January 4, 2016

Welcome!

Welcome to the Providence Personal Injury Law Blog. Please check back for more updates and new information.  Thanks.

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