Providence, Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorneys
D'Alessandro & Wright - Personal InjuryMain Office
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
(401) 621-9990 or(888) 510-2170
Law Firm Overview
D'Alessandro & Wright, LLC (D&W), based in Providence, Rhode Island, is the merger of two distinct, successful and growing legal practices.
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Articles Published by D'Alessandro & Wright - Personal Injury
Summertime, Kids and Injuries
As parents we look forward to all types of summer time fun with our kids. In addition to fun there is also an element of risk and potential injury associated with many summer activities. Injuries can be avoided and/or minimized through common sense, watching your kids and discussing and warning them about the dangers associated with various summer time activities. Below are some common injuries that occur as well as some injury prone locations that you may or may not be aware of.Read Article
Seat Belt Use, So Easy, So Quick and So Effective
Recently as I was driving with my son, we came upon several state police troopers with lights flashing parked on the side of the highway. Off of the highway, down a hill right up against some trees there was a small SUV with damage on every part of it. Clearly, the vehicle had left the road and rolled over several times.Read Article
Hang Up, Turn Off, Pay Attention and Drive
As part of a nationwide effort to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and to help our children make safer driving decisions during April & May 2012 trial attorneys fanned out across the country making presentations at high schools. The presentations were developed by EndDD.org “End Distracted Driving.” 60forSafety.org and Nodd.org in collaboration with safety professionals whose expertise includes framing the appropriate messages to reach teens.Read Article
What Will It Take?
I just read a story in the local paper that a 24 year old man killed a 40 year old man because the 24 year old was driving the wrong way on interstate Route 95 in Providence, RI. Although there is no evidence yet as to intoxication or drug use, and everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty, the facts of this case suggest that intoxication or drug use was indeed a factor.Read Article