Best Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer Practices: How Can I Sue RIPTA for a Bus Accident?

December 11th, 2019

If you are injured in a Rhode Island RIPTA bus accident, can you sue?  The answer is yes and here at Bottaro Law, we have won numerous bus accident cases against RIPTA, obtaining money damages for our clients throughout Providence and Rhode Island.  Today, I will share some information on RIPTA bus accident personal injury […]

Best Personal Injury Law Tips: Mental Anguish After A Car Accident

March 1st, 2019

Did you know there are several categories of money damages available to personal injury car accident victims that the auto insurance company will not tell you about? This is Rhode Island and Massachusetts personal injury lawyer Mike Bottaro here to discuss one such category: mental anguish. A car accident with personal injuries can really turn […]

3 Reasons It’s In Your Financial Interest To Call Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer Mike Bottaro RIGHT After Your Car Accident!

January 18th, 2019

Having practiced personal injury law for as long as I have, one common question I get is “Why should I hire a car accident lawyer?”  Friend, I love what I do and there are many reasons, but today I am going to appeal solely to your bank account.  Calling or texting me (401-777-7777) right after […]

3 Head Injuries Our Car Accident Lawyers Can Help You With To Achieve Top Compensation And Peace Of Mind

January 11th, 2019

In my personal injury practice in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, I have been blessed to help thousands of victims achieve justice after a car accident or other personal injury.  Head injuries such as traumatic brain injuries (“TBIs”) can deeply affect you and your family.  In this blog, I explore 3 types of head injuries where […]

Providence Personal Injury Attorney Tips: Understanding Your Time Deadlines

December 28th, 2018

Want to know one important reason to always contact our law firm after a Rhode Island personal injury such as a car accident?  Time deadlines.  Time deadlines that could keep you from making a case.  There are many of them!  In today’s blog, I will review one important aspect of time deadlines in Rhode Island, […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury Law: Spinal Cord Injuries

November 21st, 2018

With your spinal cord being part of the central nervous system, injuries to this part of your body should be taken seriously. These types of personal injuries can happen from a lot of things, including car accidents and slip and fall accidents. Different Types of Spinal Cord Injuries Before knowing the different types of injuries, […]

Personal Injury Law: School Bus Accidents and Safety

August 29th, 2018

One of the biggest hints that summer is almost over is approaching us – back to school. The school year is also a reminder to everyone that school buses will now be on the roads more often than they were in the summer, so keep your eyes out and stay safe. School Bus Safety According […]

Motorcyclist Killed in Collision with RIPTA Bus in Providence

June 26th, 2018

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 the scene around 5pm, where the motorcyclist was taken to Rhode Island Hospital less than […]

Rhode Island Legislature Adjourns Without Passage of School Bus Seat Belt Law

October 14th, 2016

Experienced School Bus Accident Attorneys Serving all of RI and MA Rhode Island lawmakers adjourned in late June 2016, without full action on a bill that would have required all new state school buses to be outfitted with child restraint systems. A safety belt bill actually made its way successfully through Rhode Island’s Senate, but […]

NHTSA Proposes New Safety Rules for Bus Windows and Doors

June 27th, 2016

Experienced Lawyers Working with Bus Accident Victims in Rhode Island and Massachusetts In late April 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed a new Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard designed to help reduce fatalities and injuries in motorcoach and large bus crashes by preventing – or at least reducing […]