Tips from Top-Rated Personal Injury Attorney Mike Bottaro: How to Deal With An Insurance Adjuster After A Car Accident with Personal Injuries.

October 19th, 2021

Did you know that after a car accident, speaking to any insurance company without a personal injury lawyer may seriously limit your legal rights to recover money for your car and personal injuries?  Let’s explore car insurance adjusters and companies in today’s blog. After A Car Accident Beware of “We Just Need To Speak To […]

Do You Have A Personal Injury Case Involving Lyft or Uber? Read This!

October 6th, 2021

Did you know that special laws may apply if you are injured in a car accident involving an operator driving for LYFT or UBER? Or perhaps you are a Lyft or Uber driver injured in a car accident? At the Bottaro Law Firm, my firm handles car accidents throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Today, let’s […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer News: Beware The Milk Crate Challenge!

September 2nd, 2021

Have you heard of the milk crate challenge?  As you scroll on your Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook feeds, you may have noticed a new viral challenge making the rounds. It may look fun, but in today’s blog this RI personal injury lawyer is going to point out it may not be the safest idea! What […]

Best Slip And Fall Lawyer Practices: 7 Tips To Win Your Case!

August 27th, 2021

You’ve been injured due to a slip and fall or similar injury on another’s property – now what?!? At my law firm, we handle what is known as “premises liability” cases every day.  Whether you slip, trip, get bit by a dog or have any injury on another’s property, you may be entitled to legal […]

Best Rhode Island Car Accident Lawyer Tips: What If Your Case Is Worth More Than The At-Fault Party’s Insurance Coverage?

August 19th, 2021

Did you know that all Rhode Island and Massachusetts car insurance policies have coverage limits? These limits cap the amount of compensation available from the policies for your case.  However, at Bottaro Law, we may be able to help you obtain further compensation for your case. Protect Yourself – After A Car Accident, You Need […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Law News: State Passes New Law Requiring Insurance For Landlords In Slip And Fall Claims

August 11th, 2021

At Bottaro Law, we have been blessed to support the rights of the injured.  I have served on our trade industry’s board for many years and we were pleased when the state recently passed a new law that should help those of you injured on a landlord’s property.  Let’s take a look at this new […]

RI Lawyer: Know Your Personal Injury Terms!

July 29th, 2021

Involved in a car accident, slip and fall, or some other type of personal injury situation?  You need to educate yourself to understand some basic terminology that we personal injury lawyers use and I will do that in today’s blog! What Type of Personal Injury Claim Do I Have? At the Bottaro Law Firm, we […]

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, […]

Best Personal Injury Law Practices: Rhode Island Mediation

June 30th, 2021

If you have a personal injury case such as a car accident or slip and fall, you may be wondering if mediation is right for your case. Mediation is a form of dispute resolution.  It is a voluntary process in which the parties prepare and attend a conference with each other and an impartial mediator […]

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