Author: Adam Simpson

With the passing of Valentine’s Day this month, we’ve been thinking about love, core values, forming lasting relationships – and how a client should feel good about the relationship with their personal injury attorney. Yes, there are many fish in … Continue reading

If you find yourself in need of a personal injury attorney, you may wonder what criteria you should use in selecting one that will win your case. To find a successful personal injury lawyer in Rhode Island, you should always … Continue reading

We are extremely proud to announce that the Bottaro Law Firm, LLC headquarters is moving to 756 Eddy Street, Providence, Rhode Island. This move will allow us to triple in size and incorporate cutting edge technologies into our space that … Continue reading

Meeting Street has been helping children and families grow and thrive since 1946. As a national leader in childhood development, education, research, and training, the expert staff at Meeting Street provides individualized attention to children of all ages. At their … Continue reading

If you’ve been in a car accident, you may be wondering, “Should I send my doctor bills to my health insurance company?” The answer is yes. Even if the other driver is at fault, the law does not mandate that … Continue reading

Have you ever found yourself at a busy intersection, when the light turned green but you were unable to move forward because of cars sitting in your path? Rhode Island is trying to fix this common traffic problem. On January … Continue reading

If you’ve been in a car accident, it is always best to seek immediate medical attention from an injury (car accident) doctor – even if you think you may not be seriously hurt. Your body goes into defense and high … Continue reading

If you’re injured in a car accident, the fear of medical bills and lost income can be as painful as the injury itself. How will you afford out of pocket costs? What if the claim is denied? Insurance companies will … Continue reading

Against long-standing practice, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has ruled that a testifying expert’s documents, including draft reports and other materials “considered” by the expert in formulating his or her opinion, are not discoverable. An expert’s notes, testing, draft reports, … Continue reading

Others Ask, “Is it the Breed or the Dog?” Some on the Pawtucket city council are revisiting the issue of whether the city should ban pit bulls after reports of two recent incidents in which small dogs were attacked and … Continue reading