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Joyce A. Faraone Law

Joyce A. Faraone, past President of the Rhode Island Association for Justice, has developed an enviable reputation as an aggressive and reputable attorney.

Joyce A. Faraone Law

Joyce A. Faraone, past President of the Rhode Island Association for Justice, has developed an enviable reputation as an aggressive and reputable attorney.

About Joyce

Joyce A. Faraone, past President of the Rhode Island Association for Justice, has developed an enviable reputation as an aggressive and reputable attorney. Attorney Joyce A. Faraone concentrates her practice on representing the injured and their families. As with all of her personal injury cases there is no charge for your initial consultation and there are no charges for services unless the injured party is compensated for his/her injuries.

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Practice Areas

Joyce A. Faraone has been serving the legal needs of this community for over 30 years. She represents the interests of her clients in both the State and Federal Court systems. Joyce’s clients rely on her for representation in many areas including:

Divorce & Family Law

Many of our clients come to us during the most difficult time, and our goal is to provide them with cost-effective legal expertise that achieves a fair outcome.

Workers Compensation

Workers in Rhode Island are injured on the job on a daily basis, and when this occurs the people who have been injured need to pursue workers' compensation benefits ASAP

Personal Injury

If you or a family member has been seriously injured or have suffered a wrongful death, Joyce A. Faraone offers her heartfelt support.

Motor Vehicle

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, contact the Law Offices of Joyce A. Faraone to learn how we can develop a claim for your compensation from all your expenses.


If you or a loved one has been the victim of a medical error, it is important that you consult a true specialist in medical malpractice litigation.

Death Cases

Losing a loved one in an accident can turn your family's and your life upside down. At such a difficult time, you should not have to worry about the legal and financial ramifications of your loss.

Frequently Asked Questions*

Each prospective case is immediately evaluated by Ms. Faraone. If you have suffered a serious injury, our investigators go to the scene of the incident the day the call is received, in order to take photographs, gather important evidence and preserve it for trial. Potential litigants should consult our office as soon as possible after their injury, before evidence is lost and witnesses’ memories fade. ‘The call to our office and initial consultation are free.
Our firm handles all of its accident cases on a “contingency” basis. Under this system, we earn attorneys’ fees when your case is successfully resolved. If your case fails to earn a settlement and loses at trial, there still is no cost to you. Generally, fees are 33.3% of your settlement amount ( in workers’ compensation cases, the fees are limited to approximately 20%)
This is one of the most difficult questions to answer, and you should be wary of any attorney who claims to know what your case is worth when you first talk to him or her. Normally, the value of a case cannot be accurately determined until “discovery” is conducted, which involves testimony under oath of yourself, witnesses to the incident, and others. The reason this fact-finding must occur is that a case value is based on two factors: “liability” and “damages.” Liability is the “fault” of the defendant, and damages are the total losses that you have incurred, including pain and suffering, lost wages, and medical bills. The stronger the liability in a case, the more likely settlement will occur at close to full value of the damages. The more difficult it is to prove liability, the more likely settlement will occur at less than full value of damages. But remember, if settlement does not occur and the case goes to trial, your case is worth whatever the jury decides it is worth.
In Rhode Island, under the Statute of Limitations, you are limited to Three years (with the exception of Workers Compensation Claims which are limited to two years) following the date of your injury for most types of cases. However, there are exceptions such as medical negligence and uninsured motorist claims that must be filed within one year. Even if the statute is two years, you should not wait that long before you contact an attorney. Valuable evidence for your case may disappear if you wait, so it’s important to consult an attorney sooner rather than later.
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*Please Note: The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. This has been prepared by The Law Offices of Joyce A. Faraone for informational purposes only. We do not intend to create an attorney-client relationship between our firm and the recipient of the information contained on the pages that follow. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your situation.