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Gunning & LaFazia, Inc - Warwick, RI

33 College Hill RoadSuite 25B Warwick, RI 02886

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Updated: 02/14/2023

Warwick Corporate Litigation/Insurance Defense Law Firm

Overview

In 1954, Raymond LaFazia joined the practice of William Gunning, then the pre-eminent trial lawyer in Rhode Island. The two formed Gunning and LaFazia in 1959. For over the past half-century, Gunning & LaFazia has provided the highest standard of legal services. Gunning & LaFazia specializes in civil litigation and has built strong relationships with a large number of insurance companies throughout the United States and Canada...

In 1954, Raymond LaFazia joined the practice of William Gunning, then the pre-eminent trial lawyer in Rhode Island. The two formed Gunning and LaFazia in 1959. For over the past half-century, Gunning & LaFazia has provided the highest standard of legal services. Gunning & LaFazia specializes in civil litigation and has built strong relationships with a large number of insurance companies throughout the United States and Canada.

The attorneys at Gunning & LaFazia handle matters in state and federal courts in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Over the past 50 years Gunning and LaFazia attorneys have tried hundreds of cases with excellent results. Additionally, the firm appellate practice is evidenced by the numerous cases published in the Atlantic, Rhode Island and Federal Reporters. Gunning & LaFazia is committed to continuing to provide superior legal services for individuals and companies.

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  • Corporate Litigation/Insurance Defense

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33 College Hill RoadSuite 25B Warwick, RI 02886

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  • 401-521-6901

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