Month: June 2018

Attorney Mike Bottaro Quoted in Lawyer Newspaper

Lawyers Newspaper Quotes Attorney Mike Bottaro On Recent Personal Decision Supreme Court Decision When a recent personal injury case came down from the Rhode Island Supreme Court, a respected lawyer’s newspaper looked to Attorney Mike Bottaro for comment. Rhode Island … Continue reading

On June 25, a 24-year-old man was killed in Rhode Island after he collided with a RIPTA bus while driving his motorcycle at Allens Ave and Public Street. According to the Providence Journal, The police and rescue workers responded to … Continue reading


Happy Summer Solstice! There are two types of people, the ones who love summer, and the people who are wrong. Thursday, June 21st marked the first day of summer, also known as the summer solstice. With longer and warmer days … Continue reading

Do I Need a Car Accident lawyer if the Car Accident Is Partly My Fault?

Has this happened to you? You are injured in a car crash and the insurance person you finally reach tells you that the crash was partly your fault! You are not so sure and you have medical expenses piling up. Should … Continue reading

It’s our worst nightmare – a sudden head on collision injuring our loved ones. When a drunk driver struck his clients head on – personal injury attorney Mike Bottaro fought to achieve justice. Drunk Driver Head on Car Crash One … Continue reading

Rather Be Safe Than Sorry – National Safety Month

It may be fun and exciting to live on the edge sometimes and be daring, but being safe is always the most important thing. The month of June marks National Safety Month, so the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC wants to … Continue reading

Staying Protected from Man's Best Friend

A lot of people consider themselves dog lovers – and all for good reasons too. They are loyal, smart, and always there for you no matter what. Over 36% of the United States own at least one dog1, which is … Continue reading

Why it's Worse to Wait - Car Accidents and Delayed Injuries

Sometimes after a car accident, personal injuries to the person involved do not always present themselves right away. Because of this, the injured party might ignore the recommendation of getting checked out at a hospital and just leave the scene. … Continue reading

Rhode Island's New Beginning of Safe Laws and Roads

From telegraphs, to car phones, to flip phones then iPhones, the evolution of phones and communication is constantly improving. However, just because the technology is improving and ever-changing, does not mean the safety improved. The National Safety Council states that … Continue reading