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Do I Have A Personal Injury Claim?

To recover compensation for serious injury, property damage and financial losses, you must first have grounds to file a personal injury claim, but you do not have to build your claim on your own. D’Alessandro & Wright, LLC, will determine whether you have a strong claim as well as gather the evidence needed to support it.

What Constitutes A Personal Injury Claim?

You and your lawyer must establish four components to file a valid personal injury claim.

  1. Proof that the defendant had a duty of care toward you
  2. Proof that the defendant somehow breached that duty
  3. Proof that you suffered injury of any kind
  4. Proof that the defendant’s breach of duty directly caused your injury

Essentially, you will need to convincingly argue that the other person was responsible for the accident as well as your injuries or loss. Get a skilled attorney to counsel and represent you throughout the legal process of filing a claim, negotiating with the defendant or insurance companies, and litigating your claim in trial if necessary.

We Can Help You Take Action For Your Injury

We will pursue every avenue to substantiate your claim. We know that you need compensation to cover the costs of treating your injury. Our attorneys share more than 25 years of combined experience and have recovered impressive compensation for hundreds of injured clients in and around Rhode Island over the years.

Our legal team understands the stress and worry these cases can involve, but we will do everything we can to help ease this burden and minimize the intrusion on your life. Schedule a consultation through our website or by calling our Providence office at 401-308-3596. Our attorneys are dedicated to protecting your rights and to fighting for the highest possible compensation.

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