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For more than 30 years, attorneys Richard Abrams and Robert Verri have provided outstanding legal service to their clients in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.

Abrams & Verri has earned the highest ratings for competence and integrity by Martindale Hubble, a service that evaluates lawyers based on peer review. Abrams & Verri also takes pride in excellent customer service provided by a highly trained support staff that includes fluent Spanish Speakers.

The firm, which was founded in 1975, has specialized in personal injury law for 35 years. In 1985 in response to a growing need for personal injury advocacy, Abrams & Verri became the first firm in Rhode Island to market their services on television. Since then, the firm has continued to grow successfully representing thousands of personal injury clients.
Richard Abrams attorney at law

Richard I. Abrams
rabrams@abrams-verri.com

Born Newport, Rhode Island, November 4, 1946; admitted to bar 1971, Rhode Island and U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island; 1975, U.S. Tax Court. Education: University of Pittsburgh (B.A., 1968); Case Western Reserve University (J.D., 1971). Case Western Reserve Law Review; Member Rhode Island and American Bar Associations; Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Governors); The Association of Trial Lawyers of America. Practice Areas: Civil Litigation and Personal Injury.


Born Providence, Rhode Island, June 7, 1946; Admitted to the Rhode Island bar in 1972; Admitted to the U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island 1973; Admitted U.S. Tax Court in 1974. Education: 1964 graduate of Classical High School: State champion in track; Winner of the Al Morro scholar athlete award. Brown University: (A.B., 1968); majored in classics. Case Western Reserve University School of Law (J.D., 1972); elected president of the law school 1971 – 1972. Member of Rhode Island Bar Association. Practice Areas: Civil Litigation and Personal Injury.

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