Senior Trial Counsel Attorney Mark Grimm
685 Westminster St
Providence, RI 02903
Phone: (401) 274-7400
“My legal practice has always focused on cases involving medical malpractice, personal injury and product liability; I chose to practice in these areas because I wanted to work to bring positive change to people’s lives. It is very satisfying to know that, by working as an attorney within our legal system, I can ensure that persons or corporations that cause injuries because of neglect, carelessness, or poor practices, are held accountable, while the injured receive the funds and assistance they need to allow them to cope and live with their injury.” Mark H. Grimm
Mark H. Grimm is the Senior Trial Counsel with Marasco & Nesselbush, LLP. Attorney Grimm has practiced law for more than 25 years. Throughout his legal career, Attorney Grimm has focused on civil litigation, primarily in the areas of personal injury and medical malpractice.
“I wanted a career where what I did would make a difference in people’s lives,” he says. “Being a lawyer allows me to help improve safety and health care for the public while at the same time helping individuals and their families who were injured and in need of help.”
Attorney Grimm has successfully litigated numerous civil cases, obtaining multiple million dollar recoveries on behalf of several clients. He is the author of the chapter “Creating a Discovery Plan” in the professional reference book A Practical Guide to Discovery and Depositions in Rhode Island (2010).
“In general, I help people who through no fault of their own, have suffered injuries and losses that disrupt and sometimes profoundly change their lives,” he says. “I work to provide compensation to those who were injured and, at the same time, make sure the persons who were careless and caused these losses are held accountable for their actions.”
A native of Dewitt, New York, Attorney Grimm graduated with honors from Brown University and from Boston College School of Law. Attorney Grimm has also served as an Adjunct Professor at Roger Williams University School of Law.
“My parents taught me to empathize and be aware of how other people feel and to try to see things from other people’s perspective, not just my own,” he says. “I think this helps in evaluating not only my own client’s case, but also the position of my adversary and the defendant.”
Attorney Grimm said in his experience, a successful legal claim cannot restore someone’s health or make right the loss of a loved one, but can bring much needed assistance and make a difference in improving lives.
He said the attorneys at Marasco & Nesselbush genuinely care about their clients and work hard to take care of clients first and foremost.
He is admitted to the practice of law in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, the United States District Court, and the United States Court of Appeals. He is a member of the Rhode Island Bar Association, the American Association for Justice, the Rhode Island Association for Justice and the Million Dollar Advocates Forum.
When not practicing law, he enjoys playing keyboards is a local band, traveling with his family and water skiing.