We are always looking for talented people. Whether you are a licensed attorney or paralegal, or someone seeking to start their career in law, if you have a passion for helping others, we would like to hear from you.
Career Opportunities at Bottaro Law
Your willingness to help others and achieve our goals will be rewarded here. At Bottaro Law, our trusted reputation and results are fueled by helping injury victims recover after motor vehicle accidents, nursing home abuse, and other events.
Our firm offers: competitive pay, bonuses, 401k benefits with a profit sharing component, support for all training and subscriptions, and PTO. Additionally, the firm supports volunteer service projects and hosts team outings.
Are you looking for a more fulfilling career? If so, please reply below with the following documents:
- Cover letter with rate of pay
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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.
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.