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Our firm is an “AV”-rated law firm primarily practicing in the state and federal courts of Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. An “AV” rating means that following an investigation and confidential survey of judges and lawyers, the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell legal directory has determined that the firm exhibits the highest standards of legal ability and general ethical standards. Due to its criteria, the “AV” rating* has only been awarded to approximately 5% of all U.S. lawyers and their law firms.
- All Types of Serious Accidents
- Business Litigation
- Civil Rights
- Fraud Investigations
- General Litigation
- Government Regulation Response
- Regulatory Audits/Litigation
- White Collar Crime
- Other (please call with any questions)
Note: We have an “of counsel”, working relationship with an attorney in several states. Please check the Biographies for further details. We accept referrals from other attorneys but will try to refer you to another lawyer or law firm if we are unable to handle your case or needs.
*Note: “CV”, “BV” and “AV” are registered certification marks of Reed Elsvier Properties, Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.
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