Thomas Moran

Attorney, Marasco & Nesselbush

“When you get into the courtroom it’s about being able to articulate your position based on all the due diligence you’ve done up to that point. It’s like when it comes to game time, that’s when you put in place everything you’ve practiced.”


Top Rated Injury Attorney

Thomas L. Moran is an attorney within the personal injury and medical negligence practice group of Marasco & Nesselbush. Focusing primarily on the firm’s medical malpractice and personal injury clients, he uses his competitive spirit to fight for the injured and disabled. A native of western Massachusetts, Thomas came to the realization that he wanted to become a lawyer during his career in business development and real estate law.

As a member of Marasco & Nesselbush, Thomas’ work provides personal fulfillment. He believes that he and the other attorneys at Marasco & Nesselbush play a vital role in society – helping those who sometimes are in a position where they cannot help themselves. Thomas’ competitive background has contributed to his success; when he steps foot into the courtroom, he is forced to articulate his position based on all the due diligence and put everything that has been practiced and rehearsed into play.

During law school, Thomas worked for two years as an intern in the general counsel’s office at Nortek, Inc., won a CALI Excellence Award for Personal Transactions, served on the executive board of the Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, and graduated with distinction.

Thomas received his undergraduate degree from Providence College in 2004, while on a soccer scholarship, and graduated cum laude from Roger Williams University School of Law. He is admitted to practice law in RI, MA, CT and RI Federal Court and MA Federal Court.

In his spare time, Thomas plays soccer and is an avid fan of Providence College and Boston-area sports teams.

Tom’s Case History

$5,100,000 Recovered for the estate of a woman who passed as a result of surgical negligence.
$4,500,000 Recovered for a client who sustained a traumatic brain injury in a car crash.
$3,000,000 Recovered for a family of an infant who died as a result of medical negligence.
$1,250,000 Recovered on behalf of a young woman injured as a passenger in a recklessly operated vehicle.
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Providence, RI
cum laude

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