Cranston, Rhode Island

Cranston, Rhode Island, is one of the largest cities in Providence County outside of the Capitol City of Providence.  It's population of over 80,000 people makes it the third largest City in the State of Rhode Island.  The Town of Cranston dates back to English rule when a section of Providence North of the Pawtuxet River became the Town of Cranston.  Cranston was designated as a City in 1910.  Cranston is a City close to my heart since I grew up nearby and attended grade school in the City.  I still travel to Itri (named after Cranston's sister City in Italy - Itri) Square frequently for dinner.

My office has helped many Cranston residents following motorcycle accidents, auto accidents, slip and falls and many other types of accidents.  Any type of serious injury can turn your life upside down due to mounting medical bills, lost wages and the inability to do the things you love to do.  There are a number of reasons why you should hire an experienced personal injury attorney rather than attempt to work directly with the insurance companies.  For one, the insurance companies only goal is to settle the case for as little money as possible often offering you far less than your case is actually worth.  Second, insurance companies are quick to force a settlement on you even before you are fully healed or the full extent of your injury is known.  In either case, you need someone looking out for your best interests.

Hundreds of Cranston residents find themselves in some form of accident every single year and many of these accidents were through no fault of their own and result in serious injuries.  My office is committed to working with you, explaining your rights and options and then fighting for everything to which you are entitled.  Call my office for a free consultation and find out why so many of your Cranston friends and neighbors are hiring my office to represent them for their personal injury claim.    

My office in downtown Providence is easy to get to from Cranston.  Some residents may be able to take Route 10 all the way into the City while others will look to take Route 37 to either 95 or 295 into downtown Providence.  If transportation is a concern, please know that I am happy to meet you at your house or hospital following an accident.