Rather Be Safe Than Sorry – National Safety Month

June 12th, 2018

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 wants to make sure you enjoy your summer with these summer activity safety tips. Bells and Whistles Bicyclists […]

Staying Protected from Man’s Best Friend

June 8th, 2018

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 why dogs are proven to have many positive effects on people.  Dogs may seem like […]

Memorial Day Weekend – How to Stay Safe

May 25th, 2018

Memorial Day weekend brings us cookouts, festively decorated parties, and some good old patriotic celebrating. Another thing that Memorial Day brings us is car accidents. According to an article on CBS News, Memorial Day is actually the deadliest holiday for auto accidents – so be aware and be careful on the roads. Below are some […]

Motorcycle Awareness Month – Safety Tips For You

May 1st, 2018

Our office handles motorcycle crashes and since May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month it’s important to keep in mind safety precautions before you hop on your bike for the first ride of the season. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), motorcyclist deaths occur 27 times more frequently than fatalities in other vehicles. […]

Can Social Media Use Harm Your Personal Injury Claim?

April 3rd, 2018

If you have recently sustained a personal injury and have filed a claim with a personal injury lawyer or through your insurance company, it’s important to stay away from your social media account(s). Your Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter accounts can be potentially dangerous for your claim if you happen to share too much. The defendant’s […]

How to Prepare For Your Initial Meeting

March 10th, 2018

You have just been involved in a motor vehicle accident and the police arrive to the scene. After the police get your statement, you are transported to the hospital. Subsequently, you are told you have severe injuries and need surgery. Meanwhile, your car is damaged and you’re worried about the property damage expense. With all […]

Arbitration: What Is It?

February 6th, 2018

Many people understand that when a claim is filed the end result could be litigation if there is not a settlement earlier in the process. However, many people don’t realize that another solution besides litigation is arbitration. Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution and thus provides a different process than filing a lawsuit and going […]

Top 4 Tips For Building A Lasting Relationship With Your Lawyer

February 17th, 2017

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 the sea. And there are many personal injury lawyers in Rhode Island. How do you […]

4 Things You Should Know Before Choosing a Personal Injury Lawyer in Rhode Island

February 9th, 2017

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 do your research. #1: Read Those Testimonials The first step in finding the best personal injury […]

New RI Traffic Law in 2017: Don’t Block the Box

January 24th, 2017

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 1, 2017, Rhode Island’s new “Don’t Block the Box” law went into effect. This law […]

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