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Ronald J. Resmini, Ltd. Attorneys to Super Lawyers 2019

Members of the were selected to the prestigious “Super Lawyers” for 2019 Super Lawyers list of top Attorneys in Rhode Island. Partners Jason, Adam, and Andrew were selected to the highly prestigious “Rising Stars” list of top Attorneys in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. *While up to five percent of the lawyers in the state are … READ MORE

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Recent Trial Verdict – Pedestrian Accident

The recently obtained a jury verdict in the amount $250,000.00 for our well-deserving Client. Our office demanded $275,000.00, prior to trial, but we were offered $120,000. The judgment after trial with interest, costs and expenses totals $250,000.00. There were $33,000 in medicals. Our client had not worked since the day of the incident of January … READ MORE

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2018 Resmini-Fenton-O’Brien Scholarship Recipients

The would like to congratulate Hannah Sfameni and Kelly Vieira, 2018’s Resmini-Fenton-O’Brien Scholarship recipients. The Resmini-Fenton-O’Brien Scholarship provides assistance to deserving students who demonstrate financial need. It is usually awarded to a Rhode Island native who will assist their community with the spirit of preparedness, sensitivity, professionalism, and scholarship. To learn more about the ‘s … READ MORE

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Inmate Serving Life Sentence Can’t Sue After Being Attacked

The Rhode Island Supreme Court has swatted down a lawsuit by an inmate serving a life sentence. It ruled that such inmates are prohibited from filing suit because the law sees them as “dead.” The lawsuit was brought against the Department of Corrections by Dana Gallop, an inmate serving two life sentences plus 45 years, … READ MORE

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Law Makes Driving While Holding Your Mobile Illegal in RI

A law that went into effect on June 1 makes it illegal to hold your cell phone/mobile device in your hand while operating a vehicle. Police plan to fiercely enforce the law. Individuals caught using their phones while driving will be issued a $100 fine the first time. However, the fine can be waived if … READ MORE

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Former Fall River Mayor Sam Sutter To Join Resmini Law

The entire team here at Resmini Law Offices are proud to welcome attorney Sam Sutter to the firm. Attorney Sutter has practiced law since 1984 and has served citizens in Rhode Island in many different capacities for decades. He has worked as an assistant District Attorney, District Attorney, and as Mayor of Fall River, and … READ MORE

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Truck Driver’s Hours of Service Regulations

Truck driving can be an exhausting profession. It requires drivers to be on the road for long hours and at strange times. The number of hours a trucker can drive is regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, but many drivers figure out ways to falsify information and blow past these regulations. They have … READ MORE

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Injury Accident in Plainville; Police Officer Injured

Authorities arraigned Robert Camara, Jr., 38,  at Wrentham District Court on Monday, January 9. He faces seven charges, including assault with a dangerous weapon, larceny, and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident. Camara faces the charges following a vehicular accident that injured Plainville police officer Todd Holbrook. The incident under discussion occurred around 10 a.m. … READ MORE

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President Obama’s dog bites White House guest

On Monday, a family friend of the Obamas was visiting the White House when she was bitten in the face by Sunny, one of President Obama’s two adopted dogs. The bite was out of character for the four year old Portuguese Water Dog, a breed which is considered to be great for family households. While … READ MORE

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Med. Malpractice Suit After Slow Removal of Lithium Batts.

Florida parents Cole Parsons and Courtney Thorne filed a medical malpractice suit on Wednesday, December 28. They filed against Jacksonville-based Wolfson Children’s Hospital and Dr. David Smith. The parents are claiming their baby suffered severe burns from the lithium battery she ingested because the physician took around five hours to remove said battery from the baby’s … READ MORE

Written By: Ronald J. Resmini

Last Updated : Monday, July 11, 2022