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Please contact Toro Law Offices for a free initial consultation. Experienced representation is just a phone call or email away: RI: (401) 734-9595 MA: (508) 730-2800 / email@example.com
is a law firm specializing in Workers’ Compensation, Personal Injury and Social Security in the State of Rhode Island and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
We pride ourselves on a relationship with our clients unlike any other law firm. First and foremost, all our clients receive the respect they deserve when entrusting their legal matters to us.
Our Firm’s environment is designed to be client friendly with the understanding that their interest and awareness of the legal process are our most important considerations. From the first meeting to the conclusion of their case we never lose sight of the fact that pursing a legal matter can be time consuming, confusing and very frustrating. To ease the burden we consistently communicate with our client to ensure that they never feel the pressure of pursuing their personal injury, workers’ compensation or social security claim.
Once your case is accepted, you become part of our firm. We will work together so that your legal experience with our law firm is an enjoyable one. If you have a matter that we are unable to handle, we will refer you to a firm that we believe can best assist you.
John A. Toro Bio. Mr. Toro specializes in personal injury cases, workers’ compensation and social security claims. He has 20 years experience handling personal injury cases in the Superior Court, worker’s compensation court and before the social security administration. He is admitted to practice in the State of Rhode Island, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, United States Supreme Court, and the 1st circuit Federal Court. He is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, Massachusetts Bar Association, Kent County Bar Association, Fall River Bar Association, and the American Association for Justice.
Mr. Toro is a graduate from Syracuse University College of Law in 1989 and the University of Rhode Island in 1986.