Month: July 2023

Has your life ever been disrupted in the blink of any eye? For my 27-year-old software professional client, a bad Warwick car accident had this effect.  I’d like to recount how recently after walking with him through his recovery, I … Continue reading

At Bottaro Injury Lawyers, not only do we feel we have the best personal injury lawyers and legal professionals, but we are equally passionate about helping in our Rhode Island and Massachusetts communities.   This past quarter, Attorney and firm founder … Continue reading

Commercial truck accidents in our communities have caused tragic, life-changing personal injuries and deaths.  At our law firm, we’ve been blessed to focus on only representing the injured and their families throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Over the years, as … Continue reading

After a car accident, it’s important in a personal injury case to establish how and why the crash occurred.  At Bottaro Injury Lawyers, we only focus on representing victims, never the insurance companies.  One key to our success is our … Continue reading

Personal-injury lawyer Mike Bottaro, who’s helped many people hurt in seasonal accidents, here shares safety advice for the summer. The key? Be aware. With kids out of school, motorcyclists back in the saddle, swimming pools open, boats on the water, … Continue reading

Do you plan on visiting Atlantic Beach Park, Water Wiz, or even the gargantuan Six Flags New England this summer?  Amusement parks and carnivals like the ones in our Rhode Island and Massachusetts communities offer people of all ages entertainment … Continue reading

Did you know that about 20% of all car accidents occur during left-hand turns?  In today’s blog, I recount a recent victory we had on behalf of a young woman injured in a left-hand turn car accident on Bald Hill … Continue reading

Where are the parades and parties this 4th of July here in Rhode Island and Massachusetts?  While I realize that this is a popular question, in today’s blog I would like to remind everyone to be aware of the harmful … Continue reading