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Meet Our Veterans Lawyers and ERISA Attorneys

The attorneys of Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick LTD in Providence, Rhode Island focus on personal injury, wrongful death, appeals of veterans benefits, non-ERISA and ERISA disability claims, business disputes and other types of civil litigation.

Vincent Chisholm has been a trial attorney since 1954 and received the Order of Commendation from the Supreme Court of Rhode Island in 1980. In 2008, Vincent was awarded the Ralph B. Semenoff Award for Professionalism, the highest award given to a Rhode Island lawyer each year.

ERISA attorney J. Scott Kilpatrick is the current President of the Federal Bar Association, Rhode Island Chapter. He has been a featured speaker for the National Business Institute, Federal Bar Association, and Rhode Island Bar Association on issues such as Federal Practice, ERISA claims and litigation and Trial Evidence in federal and state courts. He is also a contributing author to the last three editions of the American Bar Association’s book ERISA Survey of Federal Circuits.

Veterans lawyer Robert Chisholm is a former two-term president of the National Organization of Veterans Advocates (NOVA) and was the first President of the Veterans Attorneys Bar Association. He is a frequent speaker on veterans issues, having addressed veterans lawyers and professionals around the country as well as judges of the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and the Federal Circuit Court.

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