We Care About Our Ministry
At Bottaro Law, we strive to serve our neighbors in the ministry through more than practicing personal injury law alone—we also want to help create stronger, safer communities throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
We are proud to support the following organizations with a portion of our time and profits:
- Anti-texting and driving organizations,
- and other groups that help prevent injuries.
If you’d like to discuss how Bottaro Law can give back to your ministry organization, charity, or event, contact us today.
Check out our Helping Hand Sponsorship page. Once a month, Bottaro Law surprises a member of one of the communities we serve with a grant to help make a difference in their lives. Check out the many wonderful people we’ve helped so far!
Helping Hand Sponsorship
Bottaro Law has partnered with ABC6 to lend a helping hand to members of the ministry who have fallen on hard times. Every month, we’ll surprise one Helping Hand recipient with a grant for $1,000. Visit our Helping Hand Sponsorship page to learn more about our Helping Hand recipients and watch their stories.Helping Hand Stories
Meeting Street School Telethon
As a national leader in childhood development, education, research, and training, Meeting Street provides individualized attention and education to children of all ages. Across their three campuses, Meeting Street strives to empower students of all abilities and foster an environment where they can play, learn, and work together.
Every year, Bottaro Law is proud to sponsor and participate in the Annual Meeting Street Telethon alongside other local businesses. To help Meeting Street set a new fundraising record in 2017, we donated an additional $1 for every new “Like” we received on our Facebook page. We feel blessed to help raise money that directly benefits many Rhode Island and Massachusetts children and their families.
Facebook Charity of the Month
We partner with a local charity each month by fundraising through our Facebook page. For every “Like” we receive, we’ll donate $1 to our designated charity of the month.Visit Our Facebook Page
"Get Gored for Good" Benefitting Amos House Soup Kitchen
Amos House’s Get Gored For Good fundraiser is a part 5K, part obstacle course race through Downcity, Providence. Bottaro Law proudly sponsors and participates in the event on an annual basis. In 2017, we helped raise funds by partnering with Amos House for our April Facebook charity of the month by donating $1 for every new “Like” on our page.
Amos House is a non-profit agency that aids the homeless and impoverished populations of Rhode Island by providing shelter, daily meals, educational opportunities, jobs, and social services to those in need.
Texting and Driving Awareness Scholarship
We established our Texting and Driving Awareness Scholarship to not only raise awareness about the risks of texting and driving, but to also help one deserving student pay for their education. In the past, our firm has sponsored a $1,000 scholarship to a high school senior who writes an essay on the adverse effects of texting and driving.
Monthly Employee's Choice Charity
Each month at Bottaro Law, we come together to select a charity with a cause near and dear to our team. Then, we choose a way to support the organization through numerous endeavors, such as volunteering or fundraising.
Auto products liability case involving airbag deployment resulting in loss of vision in one eye and facial fractures.
A 61-year-old man underwent emergency surgery and a knee replacement procedure due to injuries sustained in a serious motorcycle accident.
A pre-trial settlement was reached for our client who suffered a knee injury requiring multiple surgeries.
Our client suffered multi-level disc injury when steel I-beams fell from a commercial truck on Route 10 resulting in multiple cervical surgeries.
Personal Injury Attorney Mike Bottaro helps client who suffered amputations from complications after a nursing home injury.
This case involved an elderly couple and their granddaughter who were injured after a car turned left in front of their vehicle. The injuries for the woman involved a fractured neck, broken ribs, and an eventual stroke. The man suffered from various injuries from which he never recovered, resulting in his untimely death.
This case involved deviations in the standard of care involving pressure ulcers resulting in death.
Our North Kingstown, RI, client was injured in a bike accident, fracturing his patella and requiring emergency surgery. We worked with experts, including a life care planner to ensure our client received fair compensation.