Attorney Lamy handles various legal matters pertaining to Personal Injury.Â Including Auto Accident, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death.
Prior to graduating from Boston College Law School, Attorney Joseph Lamy spent several years as a personal injury adjuster for a national insurance company. In this capacity he gained experience negotiating and resolving the most serious forms of injury, including brain injuries, scarring, fractures, burns, and fatalities. He negotiated and settled hundreds of cases and participated in mediations and arbitrations for the most complex of situations.Â This experience gives him a unique understanding of how insurance companies evaluate and settle personal injury claims.Â As a former adjuster, Attorney Lamy knows exactly what it takes to obtain the largest rewards for his clients.
During law school, Attorney Lamy distinguished himself by winning an annual negotiation competition and by winning the award for best brief in the Moot Court Competition.Â In addition, Attorney Lamy was selected to serve as the managing editor for the Boston College International and Comparative Law Review.Â In his final year of law school, Attorney Lamy gained further valuable experience by working with one of Providenceâs most respected law firms and as an intern for a Justice of the Rhode Island Supreme Court.
Following law school, Attorney Lamy worked for one of New Englandâs premier personal injury law firms.Â With this experience, Attorney Lamy founded his own law office in 2009. Â Attorney Lamy is licensed to practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts and handles many legal matters pertaining to Personal Injury includingÂ Auto Accident, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death.Â
B.A., summa cum laude, University of Rhode Island, 2000.
J.D., Boston College Law School, 2008.
Rhode Island Bar Association
Rhode Island Association for Justice
Massachusetts Bar Association
Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys
127 Dorrance Street
Providence RI 02903
Personal Injury Attorney
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