Frank L. Orabona, Jr. is the founder of Orabona Law Offices, P.C. He practices law primarily in the areas of Criminal Defense and Personal Injury. Frank offers to each client dedication, legal excellence, innovation, superior service, and understanding. In the process, he has won the respect of judges, prosecutors, and police officers as a criminal defense attorney who is not afraid to challenge them on tough cases. In the same way, because of his well-deserved reputation as a zealous advocate, insurance companies do not delay in offering his clients the maximum compensation they deserve for their personal injuries.
Frank L. Orabona, Jr. was born in Providence, Rhode Island. He attended Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island and graduated with honors attaining his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. He received his Juris Doctor from Roger Williams University School of Law in Bristol, Rhode Island.
Frank is well regarded among his peers in the legal community. In fact, other attorneys frequently refer their criminal and personal injury cases to his office. This is because they know Frank and his highly qualified legal support staff will fight for their client's rights and will not stop working until the best possible results are attained.
State of Rhode Island
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
United States District Court-District of Rhode Island
10 Best-American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
Top 10%-Lawyers of Distinction
Top 100 Trial Lawyers-The National Trial Lawyers
Top 100 RI Criminal Defense Lawyers-The American Society of Legal Advocates
Nation’s Top One Percent-National Association of Distinguished Counsel
Top 10 Family Law Attorneys-National Academy of Family Law Attorneys
RI Excellence in Legal Services-USCTRI
Masonic Temple Association
Justinian Society of Lawyers
National Italian American Bar Association
Rhode Island Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Trial Lawyers for Public Justice
Rhode Island Bar Association
American Bar Association