Paul S. Cantor, Esq.

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Biography

Former Managing Trial Attorney, CNA Staff Counsel Office, Boston; Court Approved Arbitrator, RI Superior Court.

Areas of Practice (11)

  • Trial Practice
  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Wrongful Death
  • Products Liability
  • Civil Litigation
  • Uninsured and Underinsured Motorists
  • Arbitration
  • Mediation
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries
  • Slip and Fall

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
401-400-4378  Phone
401-351-9032  Fax
www.pcantorlawfirm.com
University Attended:
Brandeis University, B.A., 1973
Law School Attended:
Boston University, J.D., 1980; Boston University, LL.M., in Taxation, 1981
Year of First admission:
1980
Admission:
1988, U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; 1998, U.S. District Court, District of Rhode Island; 1980, Massachusetts; 1984, Rhode Island
Memberships:
Rhode Island Bar Association; Rhode Island Trial Lawyers Association.
Birth Information:
New York, N.Y., October 26, 1951
Reported Cases:

1. Kurczy v. St. Joseph Veterans Ass'n, Inc., 713 A.2d 766 (R.I. 1998)

Landmark case on issue of proximate cause

2. Malinowski v. United Parcel Service, Inc., 727 A.2d 194 (R.I. 1999)

Significant extension of Rhode Island negligence law regarding duty of care owed minors

3. Emerson v. Magendantz, 689 A.2d 409 (R.I. 1997)

Case of first impression in Rhode Island, establishing cause of action for wrongful birth and corresponding measure of damages

4. Terry v. Central Auto Radiators, Inc., 732 A.2d 713 (R.I. 1999)

Expansion of Rhode island negligence law regarding duties of landowners

5. Owens v. Payless Cashways, Inc., 670 A.2d 1240 (R.I. 1996)

Clarification of expert testimony standard

6. Hyde v. Roman Catholic Bishop of Providence, 139 A.3d 452 (R.I. 2016)

7. Walker v. Prignano, 850 A.2d 954 (R.I. 2004)

8. Michalopoulos v. C & D Restaurant, Inc., 847 A.2d 294 (R.I. 2004)

9. Cain v. Johnson, 755 A.2d 156 (R.I. 2000)

10. Gallucci v. Humbryd, 709 A.2d 1059 (R.I. 1998)

11. Ogunsuada v. General Acc. Ins. Co. of America, 695 A.2d 996 (R.I. 1997)

12. Employers Mut. Cas. Co. v. Martin, 671 A.2d 798 (R.I. 1996)

13. Mello v. DaLomba, 798 A.2d 405 (R.I. 2002)

14. Imbruglio v. Portsmouth IGA, Inc., 747 A.2d 1011 (R.I. 2000)

15. Spratt v. Forbes, 705 A.2d 991 (R.I. 1997)

16. Taglione v. Mete, 685 A.2d 277 (R.I. 1996)

17. DeFusco v. Todesca Forte, Inc., 683 A.2d 363 (R.I. 1996)

18. Rivera v. Moio, 678 A.2d 1252 (R.I. 1996)

19. Manzo v. AMICA Mut. Ins. Co., 666 A.2d 417 (R.I. 1995)

20. Resmini v. Kilduff Builders, 661 A.2d 964 (R.I. 1995)

21. DiQuinzio v. Panciera Lease Co., Inc., 612 A.2d 40 (R.I. 1992)

22. DiQuinzio v. Panciera Lease Co., Inc., 641 A.2d 50 (R.I. 1994)

23. Dellagrotta v. Liberty Mut. Ins. Co., 639 A.2d 980 (R.I. 1994)

24. Senn v. MacDougall, 639 A.2d 494 (R.I. 1994)

25. Palumbo v. Yeaw, 636 A.2d 708 (R.I. 1994)

26. Blessing v. Town of South Kingstown, 626 A.2d 204 (R.I. 1993)

27. Hareld v. Napolitano, 615 A.2d 1015 (R.I. 1992)

28. Labedz v. State, 919 A.2d 415 (R.I. 2007)

29. Malinowski v. United Parcel Service, Inc., 792 A.2d 50 (R.I. 2002)

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