What Are Rhode Island’s Halloween Guidelines During COVID-19?

October 29th, 2020

What Are Rhode Island’s Halloween Guidelines During COVID-19? This Halloween is a little extra scary and unique with the Rhode Island COVID-19 challenges.  We are all struggling right now to keep our kids and families safe.  Today, I thought I would try to emphasize some guidelines for Saturday. Trick-or-Treat and celebrate only with people you […]

Best Personal Injury Lawyer Advice: What Is an “IME” And Why You Should Be Worried!

September 18th, 2020

Best Personal Injury Lawyer Advice: What Is an “IME” And Why You Should Be Worried! Have you ever realized that the name of something is actually not accurate at all? This is Rhode Island and Massachusetts personal injury lawyer Mike Bottaro and today I am going to blog about a topic that is completely unfair […]

What is Gap Insurance & Why is it Important?

August 13th, 2020

What is Gap Insurance & Why is it Important? After an auto accident, one of the first hurdles that we help you resolve will be issues related to your property damage claim. There are several different types of coverage that come into play regarding property damage, but one of the most important is gap insurance. […]

Best Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer Tips: What Is Pain And Suffering Money?

May 27th, 2020

If you have been injured in a car accident, slip and fall, or other incident, did you know that you could recover for your pain and suffering? What is pain and suffering anyway?  The insurance companies will not tell you about the categories of compensation you’re entitled to, which is why you need the best RI and […]

Rhode Island Car Accident Personal Injury News: Car Insurance Companies Make Huge Profits From COVID-19 Crisis

May 15th, 2020

Who’s making a lot of money from COVID-19?  If you read our blog, you know that car insurance companies making out big time. Less cars on the road means less claims and less payouts.  This means that we are all being charged too much for our car insurance in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The Wall […]

Best Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Advice: Distracted Driving

April 22nd, 2020

What is one of the most common causes of car accident personal injury claims?  I have been handling Rhode Island and Massachusetts car accident cases, thousands of them, for many years. In the last decade, the number of texting and driving/distracted driving cases has skyrocketed.  In fact, I was the first (and only) lawyer to […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyers: Why Do Personal Injury Attorneys Have a Bad Reputation?

March 27th, 2020

Why do personal injury lawyers have a low opinion to many in the public?  I am proud of having served the public for two decades fighting for the injured.  But I can understand the perception that those who have not needed a personal injury lawyer may have.  I thought I would write about this perception […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyers: How Will COVID-19 Affect My Personal Injury Case?

March 18th, 2020

Have you ever seen anything like this? COVID-19, or coronavirus, has drastically changed our everyday lives.  The tragedy of COVID 19 will be felt forever.   This is an especially trying time for our personal injury clients, people who are dealing with injuries on top of this tragedy.  I am fielding many questions on how this […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury: 5 Ways to Avoid Car Accident on St. Patrick’s Day

March 13th, 2020

Each year it seems, we learn of tragic car accident personal injury claims around this holiday.  St Patrick’s Day is a day of celebration and is known to be a big drinking day (beer and whiskey, anyone?).  But drunk driving car accidents are no joke as I can tell you having practices law for twenty […]

How Should I Handle Facebook And Social Media During My Legal Personal Injury Claim?

March 11th, 2020

Should I be posting to social media after a car accident or personal injury? This is a question that I receive a lot and for which we advise our clients here in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. In short, social media posts can at worst hurt your case and at best, not help your case.  So, […]

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