The Law Office of Joseph Lamy provides trusted personal injury representation for victims throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. We have recovered compensation for a broad range of injury incidents throughout our years in practice, including asbestos, traffic accidents, brain injuries, catastrophic injuries, dog bites, food poisoning, medical malpractice, premises liability, product liability, work injuries, and even wrongful deaths for clients who have lost loved ones. As a proven and diligent personal injury attorney in Cranston, Joseph Lamy puts high levels of hard work and attention to detail toward every case handled.
Before becoming the top-notch personal injury advocate that he is today, Attorney Joseph Lamy worked in the insurance industry as a claims adjuster. His close familiarity with the way insurance giants try to wean their way out of paying a settlement equips him with unique insight on how to best handle their schemes and antics.
When harmed by another's negligence, the responsible party immediately needs to be held accountable for their actions. Don't allow them to get away with not contributing to your recovery, or not having their insurance company pitch in to compensate for medical or repair expenses. Nothing stops the Law Office of Joseph Lamy from pursuing justice on your behalf when you entrust us to see your claim through.
Prior to graduating from Boston College Law School, Attorney Joseph Lamy spent several years as a personal injury adjuster for a national insurance company. In this capacity, he gained experience by negotiating and resolving the most serious forms of injury, including brain injuries, scarring, fractures, burns, and fatalities.
He negotiated and settled hundreds of cases and participated in mediations and arbitrations for the most complex of situations.
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