Firm Announces New Name: Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C.

Decof & Decof, P.C., a pre-eminent personal injury law firm in the New England area, has marked a new chapter in its reputable 34 year history.  The firm, based in Providence, Rhode Island, announced its new name – Decof, Decof & Barry, P.C. – in December, to reflect the growing role of attorney Patrick C. Barry in the firm.

Mr. Barry, a Bristol resident, has been practicing law since 1997. He possesses a wealth of knowledge and experience in personal injury law; his expertise is particularly essential in cases involving catastrophic personal injuries, wrongful death, and medical negligence.

Mr. Barry has served as a leader in multiple esteemed legal organizations, and as a member of the Rhode Island Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline.  He has successfully litigated and tried numerous medical malpractice and serious injury trials.

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