Robert Audette, Leonard Cordeiro & Mary Ann Violette have worked together for over 20 years sharing a commitment to providing excellent legal representation for all of their clients in various aspects of their lives. At Audette, Cordeiro & Violette we assist individuals who have been hurt on the job, clients who have suffered catastrophic personal injury, disabled individuals seeking social security benefits, people planning to protect their assets and families and much more.
We pride ourselves in the personal attention we provide to each and every individual we represent. This not only produces excellent results for our clients but also provides the support and guidance that our clients need to deal with each and every legal situation that they face. Our clients often refer to us as friends after we have helped them with a legal matter.
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WOMEN'S FUND OF RHODE ISLAND - 100 MEN & A MASH TUN
Did you know that here at AC&V we have more female attorneys than male? Attorney Aimee Audette was happy to support the Women's Fund of Rhode Island at their recent 100 Men & A Mash Tun fundraiser, at Foolproof Brewery in Pawtucket, RI. Founded in 2001, the Women's Fund is working hard to eliminate gender inequality here in Rhode Island.
YOUTH IN ACTION - BLOOM! 2015
Audette, Cordeiro & Violette is proud to have supported Youth in Action at their biennial fundraiser, Bloom! Youth in Action was founded in 1997 as a program to assist and support youth in building leadership skills and in contributing positively to the community.
The event was a great success, and featured incredible performances by some of the very talented young people involved with YIA. Read more about Youth in Action and the incredible work that they do, here: http://youthinactionri.org/
ATTORNEY AIMEE AUDETTE VISITS THE LEARNING COMMUNITY SCHOOL IN CENTRAL FALLS FOR CAREER DAY
Attorney Aimee Audette was thrilled to be able to speak to a group of eighth grade students at The Learning Community in Central Falls, one of Rhode Island's most innovative public charter schools. The school services over 500 students from Central Falls, Providence and Pawtucket, and has been featured nationally on MSNBC and in the New York Times.
Most recently, The Learning Community has been the center of attention because Latino students at the school have closed the achievement gap between Latino and white students in Rhode Island, which has existed as one of the ten largest achievement gaps in the country. Learning Community Latino students outperformed Rhode Island’s white students in both math and writing and came within 4 percentage points in reading on the most recent state standardized New England Common Assessment Program (NECAP) tests. Latino students in The Learning Community’s elementary grades outperformed Rhode Island’s white elementary population in reading, writing and math. The Learning Community is achieving this level of student performance not through a rote emphasis on test prep, but by building classroom communities that emphasize critical thinking, debate, inquiry and individual expression. A true learning community.
Attorney Audette discussed the demands of law school, as well as what it is like to be in a court room daily, and her rewarding career helping people with various legal problems. Learn more about The Learning Community and what it means for some of the most vulnerable communities in our little state here: http://www.thelearningcommunity.com
RHODE ISLAND LAWYERS WEEKLY - ATTORNEY BOB AUDETTE DISCUSSES THE GOING-AND-COMING RULE
"East Providence’s Robert P. Audette represents claimants under both state law and the federal Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act. While he considers the LHWCA generally employee-friendly on the issue, claimants under state law enjoy even more favorable treatment, Audette said.
'Compared to other jurisdictions, Rhode Island has been fairly inclusive on the going-and-coming rule,” the Audette, Cordeiro & Violette lawyer said. 'Courts have typically found in favor of the employee on the right facts.'"
Read more here: http://rilawyersweekly.com/…/going-and-coming-rule-present…/
CHILDREN'S FRIEND SPIRIT OF GIVING HOLIDAY DRIVE
Audette, Cordeiro & Violette is proud to have supported Children's Friend Rhode Island for their 2014 Spirit of Giving Holiday Drive! The Spirit of Giving Holiday Drive at Children’s Friend provides gifts of clothing and toys to make the winter holidays a special time for Rhode Island’s most vulnerable families. Over 1,200 families were sponsored in 2013.
Children's Friend is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1834, making it Rhode Island's oldest child welfare organization and a leading provider of child welfare, family support, mental health, and child development services. With centers in Providence, Pawtucket and Central Falls, Children’s Friend serves more than 30,000 of Rhode Island's most vulnerable children and their families each year. Read more about Children's Friend and the support they provide at http://www.cfsri.org/
BRAIN INJURY ASSOCIATION OF RHODE ISLAND - 2014 WALK FOR THOUGHT
Audette, Cordeiro & Violette is proud to have supported the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island at their 2014 Walk for Thought Fundraiser! Team AC&V's good spirits helped to offset the chilly temperatures! We walked this year for Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness. Read more about the Brain Injury Association of Rhode Island and the support, education and advocacy that they provide at www.biausa.org/ri/