Abela in Warwick, RI with Reviews - YP.com
  • 1.Abela-Steiml Kathleen

    107 River Farms Dr

    West Warwick,RI

    4.29 mi

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10/12/2016
By: Janet r P.
Bevilacqua John J
I'm writing this review as a former employee of John Sr, I can't even begin to explain what a powerful criminal defense attorney he is, very humble, fantastic man who I had the honor of working for. His performance in the court room is astounding, he treated me very well as an employee and friend, He and I just clicked working together, he taught me so much about law, how it works, why, former retired Senate majority leader, he does other kinds of law as well, but his criminal defense work always astounded me as his clients as well. I have always kept in touch with him through the years and hold him in the highest regard in which he earned over the years, it was an absolute pleasure to have worked for a man of his stature yet down to earth and we had a lot of laughs as well, wishing you continued success, prosperity but most of all, thanking you for not only what you taught me but treating me like family while employed by you, people, if your looking for an awesome lawyer who will give you the best, call Bevilacqua & Bevilacqua, his son , John Jr.,whom I've known since a child now practices with his father, I had the pleasure of working for him in his real estate dept back in 2010; an unbeatable team, I miss both you and wishing you all the best life has to offer. With much respect & admiration to you both. Janet Petrini
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01/30/2013
By: barryn1
Russell Bramley Atty
I have used Russell Bramley as an Attny. for many years and I have found him to be Hard working,honest,and just a great person. I would recomend him for any legal work you have from just a Will to the hardest cases. You can not do any better than to contact him. Barry Newman
01/03/2013
By: chrisri
Rafanelli, Kerry I
Kerry was recommended to me by a friend. He was very professional and his office was always available throughout the process. I would recommend Kerry to any of my friends needing legal assistance.
03/25/2014
By: jessemorrison
Robinson Law Assoc
Overall, makes legal issues as easy as possible to deal with. I've utilized this lawyer for several legal matters.
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06/03/2015
By: rosemarie713
Steven J Hirsch, Esq.
Steve makes you feel comfortable when you are going though a hard times. He is great, thank you Steve.
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