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ROB LEVINE, WARWICK PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER

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If you’ve been injured in a car accident, the last thing you or your family wants to do is drive hundreds of miles to see an attorney. Attorney Rob Levine doesn’t want his clients to inconvenience themselves going to and from legal meetings. You can meet with Rob Levine in the Norwood/Lincoln Park Neighborhood of Warwick, just off I-95. Our Warwick office is located on Jefferson Blvd, between Chestnut and Elm St, just off the Pawtuxet River.

Give our Warwick office a call to set up a free consultation with a Warwick personal injury lawyer to get your questions about injury claims answered. If you can’t come to our offices, don’t worry – we can come to you when and where it’s convenient. Our clients’ comfort is our top priority – Rob’s team will make sure you are well taken care of at every stage of the case!

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Due to the huge impact that a personal injury can have on every aspect of a person’s life, it is important that you find the right Warwick personal injury attorney. The legal services of a knowledgeable lawyer are truly irreplaceable when it comes to dealing with personal injury matters. Without a lawyer, the victim is left vulnerable to pressure from the insurance company and is very likely to settle for much less than they are legally entitled to. Don’t let this happen to you – protect your rights and get in touch with a Warwick personal injury lawyer from the law office of Rob Levine & Associates. Take a load off your shoulders by letting our attorney stand up for you.

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The truth is, most insurance companies have no interest in giving money out, even if they know that it is the moral and legal thing to do. They will usually put up a fight by using tactics such as twisting your words, low-balling your compensation, or even downright lying. You’re under enough stress – let your attorney take care of them.

The personal injury attorneys at our firm refuse to be intimidated, swindled, or taken advantage of. We are a no-nonsense group that won’t back down until your full compensation is offered. It’s only fair that they correct the harm that their insured has put upon you by covering your expenses. After all, that is the whole point of having insurance! They can’t back out now that it’s time to fulfill their obligations. We won’t let them.

Remember, your consultation with a Warwick personal injury lawyer from our office is always going to be free – no matter how many times you feel the need to call or how many questions you may have. In addition, you will never be charged for our services until your case is finally settled. We are here for you. Chat online or call our office. The choice is yours – make it Rob Levine & Associates.

FAQs About Your

Injury or accident case

What should I do after a car accident?
Your health should be your priority. See a healthcare professional and follow their orders. During the case, do not discuss the accident with the at-fault party’s insurance company, as this could unintentionally help build their case against you. Hiring an experienced personal injury attorney will help you navigate the process.
  • Dial 911 and report the accident. Let them know if there are any injuries and always request a rescue if you are injured.
  • Never move your vehicle prior to the police arriving.
  • If you are able to exit your vehicle, take pictures of the accident scene from a distance so that you can see all of the vehicles involved and all of the vehicles in one picture. Then take close-up pictures of each vehicle involved. Make sure to include the damage, license plate of the vehicle, and a picture of the driver.
  • If there is a witness to the accident, ask them to wait for the police to arrive so they can give a statement. If they cannot wait, ask if you can take a picture of their identification and then include a picture of them holding their identification that you can read.
  • Once the police arrive, make a statement as to how the accident occurred. Ensure that the police talk to the witness and takes their statement as well. If the witness left prior to the police arrival, show the police officer a picture of the witness and their identification, making sure that, on the police report, they are noted as a witness that had to leave before his arrival.
  • If you are injured, never refuse medical treatment by rescue personnel.  Be transported by rescue to the nearest hospital to get medical treatment.
If the police are unable to respond and you or the other driver need to leave, you have two options:
    1. You and the other driver can agree to follow each other and meet at the police department to make a report.
    2. If you are not going to meet at the police department to make a report, you should exchange the following information to include a copy of their license, motor vehicle registration, insurance card, a picture of their license plate, and a picture of the other driver. Remember, you should have documented photos of the scene of the accident and damages to vehicles as well.
I’m not sure if I have a case.
Many personal injury cases are complex, so consider hiring a personal injury attorney like Rob Levine & Associates.  We will do our best to investigate, obtain the facts, and help you understand your options.  At Rob Levine & Associates, we do not charge for consultations.
What damages can I be compensated for?
If you are a victim of a bus accident, you are entitled to recover the same damages as any other personal injury case, to include: lost wages, medical bills, pain & suffering, property damage, out of pocket expenses, scarring, compensation for any permanent injury, and compensation for any future medical costs.
What happens if I do not feel pain at the scene of the accident?
You must see a healthcare professional right after your accident, whether or not you feel pain. Your body’s natural adrenaline will likely kick in, meaning your body is in initial shock. Once that wears off, you will be able to feel the effects of your injuries.
How is liability determined in a slip and fall case?
A slip and fall accident occurs when someone sustains injuries due to a trip or slip, whether that be inside or outside, which could have been prevented by the property owner. This could be defined as negligence.  Negligence is defined as duty, breach, causation, and damages. Duty means that the defendant owed you a duty or care as a reasonably prudent person (RPP) under the circumstances under the shoes the defendant was in. Breach means that they violated the RPP standard and put you in a position of peril, having both actual or constructive notice as well as the opportunity to cure the defect. Causation is the link between their breach of the standard of care and the injury or damages that you have suffered. That link must be reasonably foreseeable and there should not be another intervening or superseding cause that caused your damages.  Damages are the harm that you suffered directly caused by the defendant's breach of the standard of care. If you meet those four elements, you have shown the defendant is negligent and you have a viable slip and fall injury case.
When is an owner responsible for a dog bite?
In Rhode Island, there is one standard that we look at to begin the decision tree as to whether or not an owner of a dog is responsible for your injuries. The question is, did the dog bite occur inside or outside the enclosure? The enclosure is defined as the logical border of the actual property. If the dog owner lives in an apartment inside a complex and there is a common area hallway, porch, and/or yard,  inside the enclosure would be inside the owner's apartment. Once the dog enters the hallway, anywhere thereafter, would be considered outside the enclosure. If the dog and owner live in a single-family home, outside the enclosure is defined as outside the property line or any indication of the property line, such as a fence or hedges. If you are bit inside the enclosure, in order to pursue a case, you must show that the dog has previously bitten another person or the owner knew of the dog's vicious propensities. If you were bit outside the enclosure, that is what we refer to as strict liability. The owner is 100% responsible for all of your damages. In MA, dog bites are generally guided by the theory of negligence whether inside or outside the enclosure. Negligence is defined as duty, breach, causation, and damages. Duty means that the defendant owed you a duty or care as a reasonably prudent person (RPP) under the circumstances in the shoes the defendant was in. Breach means that they violated the RPP standard and put you in a position of peril, having both actual or constructive notice as well as the opportunity to cure the defect. Causation is the link between their breach of the standard of care and the injury or damages that you have suffered. That link must be reasonably foreseeable and there should not be another intervening or superseding cause that resulted in your damages.  Damages are the harm that you suffered directly caused by the defendant's breach of the standard of care. If you meet those four elements, you have shown the defendant is negligent and you have a viable personal injury case.

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