In Rhode Island, you are allowed to stack UIM policies. This means that you may be able to receive more compensation by making claims under each auto insurance policy you have. We will review your policy and other policies that may provide coverage you are not aware of.

Insurance carriers fight to delay their judgment, which means clients are entitled to interest on the damages. Rhode Island has a plaintiff-friendly interest rate of 12 percent/year from the date of the accident. Our lawyers worked on the landmark case Metropolitan v. Barry, which came out of the Supreme Court of Rhode Island and set the standard for calculating interest in underinsured motorist cases.

Christopher L. Russo
Helping Rhode Island personal injury victims for nearly three decades to get the compensation they deserve.