Ken Amoriggi helps his clients obtain justice and compensation through the use of one simple method: he puts himself in his clients’ shoes. Oftentimes, especially in mid to large sized law firms, clients become a file number. Sadly, on many occasions Ken has met potential clients who have cut ties with their previous representation because they never interacted with their actual attorney. Ken Amoriggi, however, is your advocate. When you choose the Law Office of Kenneth J Amoriggi you have chosen to have one on one representation with a familial feel.
Ken is able to offer this type of personal service because he is a part of the community. Ken Amoriggi is a native Rhode Islander who was born in Providence and grew up in North Providence. Upon graduating from North Providence High School Ken moved to Kingston, RI to attend the University of Rhode Island. After graduation Ken helped run his family’s seafood business. A few years later he decided to embark on a new career path: the practice of law. He began this new path by attending Roger Williams University School of Law, receiving his juris doctorate upon graduation.
While attending law school Ken had the opportunity to intern at RI for Community and Justice, a non-profit organization located in Providence, RI. Although initially brought in as a volunteer, Ken was offered a part-time position to expand his role with the organization. After graduation he was hired as a project coordinator for the organization, thus making him the first state-wide coordinator of a federally mandated project to reduce the overrepresentation of minority youth in the juvenile justice system. Since August of 2010 Ken has represented clients in both RI and MA in a substantial variety of practice areas, but has obtained truly remarkable results for his clients in the practice areas of personal injury and family law.
Ken’s background and strong Rhode Island roots enable him to understand the needs of his clients. His experience in advocating for the rights of the people from all walks of life allows him to approach every situation with a distinct perspective and also to communicate effectively with clients of all backgrounds.
Rhode Island, 2009
Roger Williams University School of Law, Bristol, RI 2009 J.D.
University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 2002 B.A.
North Providence High School, 1997
Other Interests and Affiliations:
Councilman, Town of North Providence, 2017-Present