Personal Injury and Negligence

Our firm has a well-known, established and highly successful personal injury and negligence law practice. We have extensive experience successfully resolving cases through settlement, in arbitration or through jury verdicts. Our cases have involved many types of personal injury matters, including car, truck, motorcycle and even bicycle accidents, slip-and-falls, workplace injuries, medical malpractice, defective products, wrongful death, and many types of professional or other negligence. We are focused on helping individuals achieve financial and emotional relief from the hardships that are caused by the negligence of others.

We understand the challenges facing injured clients. We are problem solvers: here to provide you with prompt, practical and strategic advice. When disputes arise, we seek the most effective means of resolution, including arbitration, mediation and/or litigation.  We also understand how important it is to you to be kept informed and remain in continuous contact with you so you are advised properly regarding the progress of your claim.

John Reilly & Associates is well known and respected by the insurance industry, defense attorneys, and the courts.  Our opponents know that we are ready and willing to go to trial to fight for our clients. This often produces quicker and better settlement results.  We represent injured clients in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut.  We are also able work well with local attorneys in other areas to make sure you are receiving the representation you need and deserve. In most instances, our fee is contingent upon our success and you pay no attorney fees unless there is a recovery.  In some instances, creative arrangements are made. Best of all, we have successfully handled cases for both plaintiffs and for defendants and insurance companies, giving us better insight into this area of the law than many lawyers who have never seen things from both points of view. Contact us today for a free initial consultation to discuss your questions and your case.