After a serious injury or the loss of a loved one, you deserve the best legal representation. The at-fault party or parties should be held accountable, but you may face numerous obstacles along the way. From undervaluing claims to denying liability altogether, large corporations and insurance companies can make it almost impossible for an unrepresented claimant to secure a fair settlement. A skilled personal injury lawyer will level the playing field so you can pursue the compensation you need to rebuild.
Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C. serves all people of Rhode Island in medical malpractice, birth injury, catastrophic injury, and a wide range of other personal injury and wrongful death cases. Since our establishment in 1975, we have had unparalleled success in holding individuals and corporations accountable for their negligence and wrongdoing. When you need help, Decof, Decof & Barry will be with you from beginning to end.
- Rhode Island’s first law firm to specialize in personal injury
- Recovered more verdicts than any other firm in Rhode Island
- Recognized as one of the Best Law Firms by U.S. News
- Serving clients and their families for over 35 years
- Contributors & supporters of numerous charitable organizations
Record Setting Results
Largest Rhode Island judgment, following a $40 million jury verdict in eight-day trial in Providence County Superior Court.
Jury verdict for a veteran and his wife against a university for paralysis caused by negligence.
At one time Rhode Island's largest jury verdict, in a medical malpractice wrongful death case.
Once Rhode Island's largest trial verdict- awarded to a victim of a motor vehicle collision.
Judgment for an elderly couple against a commercial airline for injuries related to a stairway fall.
Jury verdict in a workplace injury trial involving an arm amputation.
Jury verdict in a medical malpractice trial concerning delayed treatment of a post-op spinal infection.
Jury verdict in a medial malpractice trial involving the death of a newborn.
Settlements on behalf of Rhode Island taxpayers following the "RISDIC" credit union collapse.