Providence Personal Injury Lawyer
When you have a legal problem, think carefully about whom you choose to represent you. For more than 40 years, people throughout Rhode Island have relied on the Law Offices of Stephen G. Linder for quality legal representation, personal service and a focus on results.
Please contact us at our Providence office for a free initial consultation with a personal injury or family law attorney. Call us toll-free at (877) 656-3430, or locally at (401) 441-6158.
North Rhode Island Auto Accident Lawyer Serving Pawtucket & Surrounding Cities
A trusted and familiar voice to Rhode Islanders, our principal attorney, Stephen G. Linder, has hosted the Legal Tips radio show on WPRO (AM 630) every Sunday at 9 a.m. since 1988. As an attorney, he has received an AV* rating, the highest available, under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review rating system.
Our firm represents clients in personal injury and family law matters:
Personal injury — Including medical malpractice and car accidents
Family law — Including divorce and child visitation and support
Our Client-focused Approach
Clients appreciate the personal attention they receive at our firm:
An attorney, not a paralegal or legal assistant, will handle your case personally.
We will promptly return your phone calls, send you copies of correspondence about your case and keep you informed of all the important developments.
We are active members of the legal community, respected by both the bench and the bar as ethical and effective legal counselors. Our firm's attorneys hold positions on bar association committees and stay abreast of cutting edge developments in the law. Our entire firm upholds the highest level of professional responsibility, ethics and integrity as we work to resolve legal issues for our clients.
Contact us for a free consultation about your divorce or personal injury matter.
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