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Attorney Donna Nesselbush Stresses Need to Preserve SSDI Program at Roundtable with U.S. Senator, Representative

State Senator Donna Nesselbush, an attorney at Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP, recently sat down with U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and U.S. Congressman Jim Langevin
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Confidential Wrongful Death Settlement

Marasco & Nesselbush senior litigation counsel Mark Grimm achieved confidential wrongful death settlement in a complex medical malpractice case alleging the negligent failure to
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Family Receives $2,050,000 Recovery

Anesthesia error results in $2,050,00 wrongful death recovery. In a tragic case, a father and husband met his demise during a routine procedure. The
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Tragic Wrongful Death of Teenager Leads to $1.5 Million Recovery

Recently a family placed their trust in our firm after their 19-year-old son met his demise hours after being discharged by a local emergency
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Highway Accident Victim Receives $900,000 Settlement

Marasco & Nesselbush recently recovered $900,000 for a client involved in a horrible motor vehicle accident. The client, a young man in his twenties,
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An Extraordinary Social Security Disability Result with Retroactive Benefits of Nearly $70,000

A woman turned to Marasco & Nesselbush after previously being represented by another law firm. With her prior attorney, she received a denial of
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Marasco & Nesselbush Wins Cases in the United States District Court

In 2009 Donna Nesselbush and the Social Security Attorneys at Marasco & Nesselbush litigated several cases in the United States District Court, winning “remands”on
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$1.4 Million Awarded to Family for Loss of Teenage Son

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Marasco & Nesselbush Wins Precedent-Setting Medical Malpractice Verdict

In a case tried by Partner Joseph P. Marasco and Associate Mark H. Grimm, a local hospital was found liable for the tragic death

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