Legal Malpractice

Decof, Decof & Barry helps clients in legal malpractice cases when lawyers fail to act in accordance with their professional obligations to their client. Decof, Decof & Barry recovered millions of dollars in the Rhode Island “RISDIC” savings and loan debacle in the early 1990’s by taking aggressive action against all of the lawyers involved.  We have handled many individual cases of legal malpractice as well.

These cases can be extremely complex and challenging. The law firm you choose to represent you can make all the difference in obtaining an excellent outcome for you and your family. At Decof, Decof & Barry, if we believe that we can help you we will handle your case from beginning to end with the care and professionalism that you deserve.

Contact us for a free, no obligation review of your case. Remember, there is no fee or expenses if we are not successful in obtaining compensation for you.

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Decof, Decof & Barry Recognized among Best Law Firms by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®
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Attorneys of Rhode Island Law Firm Decof, Decof & Barry Named Super Lawyers & Rising Stars
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Michael P. Quinn, Jr. Wins Record Verdict in Medical Malpractice Case in Rhode Island
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From our Blog
What Happens When a Personal Injury Case Goes to Trial?

April 10, 2018

While most personal injury cases settle before trial, not all do. In particular, the complex cases handled by the trial lawyers at Decof, Decof & Barry – such as medical malpractice, birth injuries, product liability and others – often require a trial to secure justice. What does this mean to a victim? The first phase…

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Important Facts on Airline Liability & Legal Policies

March 6, 2018

When dealing with airplane troubles, whether it may be delayed flights or onboard injury, it is critical to examine airline liability. The Federal Aviation Administration recently reported that approximately 2.5 million airline passengers fly in and out of U.S. airports daily! During peak hours, there are approximately 5,000 aircraft in the sky at any given…

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Is Sorry Enough? Apology Laws and Medical Errors

February 20, 2018

The “Just Say We’re Sorry” movement gaining popularity in the medical field is a poor response to the epidemic of medical errors that plagues our country. Many states have enacted “Apology Laws” that allow doctors and hospitals to corral a victim and their family, explain why and how they caused a life-changing injury during treatment,…

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