Ronald J. Resmini, founder of Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., has been awarded the honor of joining Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly’s Hall of Fame. Mr. Resmini has had a long and distinguished career, and doesn’t intend on slowing down. To view a stetment on the award, click here.
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (September 9, 2020) — The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini is excited to announce R. Jason Resmini, Esq. is now licensed to practice law in Connecticut, enabling the firm to offer its decades of legal experience to even more people in the state.
Resmini joins his brother, Andrew O. Resmini, who is also licensed in Connecticut.
“We are thrilled to have two experienced lawyers ready to provide superior representation for those who need our help,” said Ronald J. Resmini, Founder of the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini. “I am confident both Jason and Andrew will serve the people of Connecticut with grit and integrity.”
Concentrating in civil litigation and entertainment law, Jason Resmini has been selected to the prestigious “Super Lawyers Rising Stars” list of top attorneys in Massachusetts for eight years running. Already licensed in Massachusetts and New York, he’s now excited to be able to lend his experience to the people of Connecticut.
“We are very close to many of the people in our neighboring state and want to provide services for those who want excellent representation from a trusted name,” said Resmini. “I am looking forward to helping our friends over the border achieve the justice they deserve.”
About The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD.
The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini is a personal injury law firm serving all of Rhode Island and Massachusetts with offices in Providence, R.I., Fall River, Mass., and Seekonk, Mass. Mr. Resmini, who founded the firm 50 years ago, is nationally recognized for his expertise in uninsured motorist cases and has authored more than twenty RI Law Institute handbooks on Personal Injury Law, Product Liability, Trial and Settlement Practice, Domestic Relations, and other litigation topics.
For more information, please contact us online or call 401.444.4444.
The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. is taking a safe but proactive approach to the Coronavirus situation in our law practice. We are working every day to represent our clients. At the same time, we are following best practices to protect the health of our employees and our clients.
The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. 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 8, 2014, and at the time was a waitress. The incident in question occurred when the Plaintiff was walking in a crosswalk and struck by the Defendant with her vehicle.
The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD. 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 Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD.’s community involvement, click here.
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, for killing a rival gang member and shooting a bystander outside of a Providence nightclub in 2008. While imprisoned, Gallop was attacked by another inmate who slashed him with a razor blade, leaving a gash that took 60 stitches to close and a scar across his face.
The law states that individuals serving life sentences are “civilly dead” meaning that they are considered dead for all purposes of marriage, property ownership, and all civil rights. These people are seen as dead to the state at the moment of their conviction, even as they are, in actuality, alive and imprisoned.
Gallop’s attorney, Ronald J. Resmini, called the ruling “very disappointing” and dismissed the state’s civil-death statute as “moronic”. Rhode Island is “the only state left with the archaic law,” he elaborated.
The Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini took on this case after being contacted by Gallop and growing outraged by the facts. This unfair ruling is incredibly concerning for those who believe in accountability in the prison system and the rights of those in its care.
Jason Resmini, Esq., partner at the Law Offices of Ronald J. Resmini, LTD., joined News Talk 630 & 99.7 FM WPRO on the Dan Yorke Show recently to provide legal analysis of the Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce. Listen to the entire interview here: