Mark J. Brice

Selected as one of the “Best Lawyers in America,” Mark J. Brice, of Counsel, has represented children and families in medical negligence and product liability cases for more than three decades. He served as co-counsel with Mark Decof in obtaining the highest medical malpractice verdict and the highest personal injury settlement in Rhode Island history. Mr. Brice also obtained one of the highest jury verdicts ever awarded in Newport County.

07/31/17

What Parents Should Know about Birth Injuries

Each year thousands of children in America are born with preventable birth injuries.  Mismanagement during the prenatal period, during delivery and in the neonatal nursery can lead to devastating neurological and orthopedic problems. Failing to diagnose developing problems throughout the prenatal period and failing to act quickly when signs of distress occur during delivery are…

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What Parents Should Know about Birth Injuries
06/27/16

When Should Your Child Wear a Helmet? Important Safety Advice

While your child’s opposition to wearing a helmet may be temporary, the brain damage that he or she may suffer from the failure to wear a helmet may be permanent.  Statistics show that wearing a helmet while biking, skating or doing other activities reduces the risk of serious head and brain injury by 85%.  For…

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When Should Your Child Wear a Helmet? Important Safety Advice
02/11/16

The 5 Latest Facts about Hospital-Acquired Infections & Patient Safety

The most recent study reported by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed that more than 75,000 patients died from infections that they acquired while in a hospital. Although this was an improvement from previous studies, the amount of personal suffering caused by these preventable infections is still staggering.  Here are the five latest facts…

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The 5 Latest Facts about Hospital-Acquired Infections & Patient Safety
05/05/15

Criminal vs. Civil Case in Wrongful Death Lawsuit against Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez

Now that former New England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez has been convicted of murder in the first degree, what will happen to the civil case that has been filed for the “wrongful death” of Odin Lloyd? Criminal Case When Mr. Hernandez was convicted for the murder of Odin Lloyd (either by firing the weapon…

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Criminal vs. Civil Case in Wrongful Death Lawsuit against Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez
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