Angelo Simone

Awards:
ASLA Top 40 Lawyers Under 40, 2017
The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Plaintiffs (Civil) Lawyers
AVVO Client’s Choice, 2017
Top 40 Lawyers Under 40, The American Society of Legal Advocates, 2018
Rhode Island Monthly Magazine, Professional Excellence in Law, 2019

Admissions:
Rhode Island
United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island

Member:
Rhode Island Association for Justice
Rhode Island Workers’ Compensation Bench/Bar Committee
Rhode Island Bar Association

Practice:
Simone & McCahey LLP, Providence, RI 2017-Present
Revens, Revens & St. Pierre, Warwick, RI 2006 – 2017

Contact Angelo Simone: AS@smlawri.com

About Angelo

Angelo Simone is a founding partner of Simone & McCahey LLP. Prior to co-founding his firm, Angelo worked over 11 years as an associate for a well-known and respected law firm in the community, handling a wide range of cases and clients, with a focus on litigation and trial work.

Angelo has worked on many cases involving serious or catastrophic injuries and death, including the well-known Station Fire litigation. Angelo has successfully handled several cases before Rhode Island’s highest court, the Rhode Island Supreme Court.

Angelo graduated the premed program at Providence College with a B.S. in Biology. Angelo was a Frank J. DiTraglia, M.D. Scholar based on his academic achievements, potential, and community/school activities. During this time, Angelo also received a certificate in Bioethics at Georgetown University’s Kennedy Institute of Bioethics, and was chosen to present at Boston College’s Annual Bioethics Conference.

After completing a legislative internship in Washington, D.C. for a United States Congressman, while simultaneously completing all coursework for a Master’s Degree at Catholic University, Angelo was accepted into the early program at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York City, where he attended law school. Angelo lived in Manhattan for three years during law school, graduating in 2005 with his Juris Doctor. During this time, Angelo participated in Cardozo Law School’s Criminal Appeals Clinic, a nationally recognized clinic which allows 2nd and 3rd year law students to handle a felony appeal including writing the brief and personally arguing the case before the Appellate Division, New York’s intermediary appellate court. Angelo was also a member of the Cardozo Public Law Policy and Ethics Journal. After graduating law school, Angelo returned to his native Rhode Island.

Angelo is a member of the Rhode Island Association for Justice, formerly called the Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association. After 11 years of experience litigating and trying cases in many areas and courts, Angelo started this firm with a vision of dedicating a practice to those injured and killed by preventable harm, including employees hurt or killed in the workplace, and giving all clients the focus and results they deserve.