RI Car Accident Lawyer Best Advice: Do You Have Delayed Pain Onset After A Car Crash?

July 14th, 2021

Did you know that some of the most serious personal injuries that I have seen after a car accident are not apparent right away?  In today’s blog, I explore what to do if your pain symptoms do not appear right away after a crash, and how you can protect yourself from big insurance companies! Do […]

Rhode Island Boat Accident Personal Injury Law: What You Need To Know!

July 9th, 2021

Living in the Ocean State, boating is a favorite pastime for many of us. Over the years, my team and I have successfully settled many boat accident cases. Today, I would like to share some advice with you if you have been involved in a Rhode Island boating accident. RI Boating Law: Negligence, Maritime Law, […]

Personal Injury Advice: What Is Rhode Island’s “Pure” Comparative Negligence Law?

June 10th, 2021

Personal Injury Advice: What Is Rhode Island’s “Pure” Comparative Negligence Law? Do you know what “comparative negligence” means to your RI personal injury case? This is Attorney Mike Bottaro today blogging about a concept that is important if you have a personal injury legal case in Rhode Island. What is Rhode Island’s Pure Comparative Negligence […]

Best Advice From RI Personal Injury Lawyer: Important Evidence to Prove Your Car Accident Claim

June 4th, 2021

After a Massachusetts or Rhode Island car accident, you have the burden of proving the other driver’s negligence is responsible for your personal injuries. Sometimes this is more difficult than it seems. It’s our job as your lawyer to prove your right to compensation. In today’s blog, I want to cover some of the important […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Best Lawyer Tips: 3 Mistakes To Avoid After A Car Accident

May 27th, 2021

When you’re injured in a Rhode Island or Massachusetts car accident, the clock starts ticking. There are deadlines, paperwork, investigations, and other hassles. We can help with all of this and ensure your case is off to a great start when you call or text Bottaro law right away – do not delay! Here are […]

Tips from a Personal Injury Lawyer: Taking Photos After A Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury

May 21st, 2021

Photos are some of the most important pieces of evidence to have when investigating your Rhode Island or Massachusetts personal injury claims, such as a car accident or slip and fall. They allow us to paint a picture of the scene and preserve visual evidence. I want to review some helpful tips in today’s blog […]

Proudly Standing Up For RI And Mass. Injured Bikers (Motorcycle Awareness Month)

April 30th, 2021

This is the time of year with spring bringing us warmer weather and longer days, thousands of you bikers will polish up their bikes and take them to Rhode Island and Massachusetts roads.  If you are on the road — please look out for the bikers in our community! Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Avoided With […]

What Happens If I am in a Car Accident With the Company Vehicle?

April 13th, 2021

If you are involved in a Rhode Island or Massachusetts car accident while driving a company vehicle, there are special legal issues that likely apply.  You should contact me right away before speaking with any insurance or company official.  Today, let’s dive deeper into this issue about what happens if you have sustained personal injuries […]

Rhode Island Legal News: The Cannabis Authorization, Regulation, and Taxation Act.

March 23rd, 2021

Rhode Island Legal News: The Cannabis Authorization, Regulation, and Taxation Act. A new bill looking to legalize the recreational use of marijuana is being introduced in Rhode Island.  In today’s blog, I will explore how this bill’s passage may affect your personal injury claim. What Happens If I Suffer Personal Injuries In A RI Car […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Law – Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 10th, 2021

Rhode Island Personal Injury Law – Brain Injury Awareness Month After a traumatic brain injury (“TBI”) in Rhode Island, I would like to bring awareness to a significant resource that exists here. Unlike physical injuries, the symptoms of a brain injury are more subtle, often known as an “invisible injury” except that for Rhode Islanders […]

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