World Mental Health Day: Can You Experience Emotional and Mental Anguish after a Personal Injury?

October 11th, 2019

Yesterday was the 27th annual World Mental Health Day. World Mental Health Day is a day that is organized by the World Federation for Mental Health, the only international advocacy and education organization concerned with all aspects of mental health. Many personal injury victims pay less attention to the effects of the accident on their […]

“Fender Benders” Car Accidents In Rhode Island and Massachusetts: What You Need To Know

October 8th, 2019

As a young lawyer, one of the seemingly smallest cases in the personal injury firm’s office involved a car accident with little visible damage.  A few years later, it turned into one of the biggest cases after a jury returned a 7 figure million dollar verdict, finding that our client had suffered a brain injury.  […]

Drunk Driver Arrested for Hitting Two Bicyclists Involving Personal Injuries in Tiverton, Rhode Island

October 4th, 2019

A 29-year-old male from Little Compton was recently arrested after he struck two bicyclists while driving drunk in Tiverton, according to NBC News. Around 8pm, the driver hit a 30-year-old Little Compton male and a 35-year-old Tiverton woman near Main Road in Tiverton. Both cyclists were taken to Rhode Island Hospital to be treated for […]

How Does Surgery After A Personal Injury Affect How Much Is My Case Worth?

September 27th, 2019

When you have practiced Rhode Island and Massachusetts personal injury law as long as I have, you start to see and learn a lot about different surgeries.  If you have had a surgery after a personal injury, you need my help.  Today, I am blogging about just a few of the surgical cases I have […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Case Success: Bottaro Law Settles Rear-End Warwick RI Car Accident for Policy Limits of $100,000.00!

September 24th, 2019

One of the busiest roads in Warwick is Airport Road right near T.F. Greene, and if you know Rhode Island, busy roads are always the most dangerous. Today, I am blogging about a recent rear-end auto accident case our personal injury law firm just settled. Warwick, Rhode Island Accident and Personal Injuries Our client was […]

Attleboro, Massachusetts T-Bone Car Accident Personal Injury With Back Surgery Settles for $100,000.00!

September 20th, 2019

At Bottaro Law, my team and I handle Massachusetts car accident cases everyday.  Today, I want to share with you a maximum policy limit victory we recently had for our client involving a T-bone auto accident. Attleboro, Massachusetts Car Accident and Personal Injuries  Our client was traveling eastbound on Pleasant Street in Attleboro, when the […]

From Your Rhode Island Car Accident Lawyer: Exhaustion Causing Crashes

September 13th, 2019

My team and I fight for justice everyday for our Rhode Island and Massachusetts car accident clients just like you.  One trend we have seen lately is the drowsy driving causing personal injuries.  Today, I am going to bring same awareness to this issue. Drowsy Driving in the Media Recently, country singer Kylie Rae Harris […]

Best Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyer Tips: Getting Compensatory Damages.

September 12th, 2019

How can your personal injury lawyer get you the best settlement after a car accident?  In my years of experience, preparation and knowledge are key. Today, I am blogging about a part of your monetary settlement known as “compensatory damages.” Different Types of Monetary Damages After A Car Accident As the plaintiff or claimant, we […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Best Practices: Attorney Mike Bottaro Settles RI Bike Accident for Maximum Policy Limits of $100,000.00!

September 6th, 2019

In my many years representing the injured, a bike accident can be one of the worst injuries for my clients to experience.  Today, I am writing about a recent maximum policy limit settlement victory in an East Providence, Rhode Island bike accident with personal injuries.  If this has happened to you, call or text me […]

National Safety Council Finds Distracted Drivers a Threat to Auto Accident First Responders

September 4th, 2019

According to a study that the National Safety Council conducted, distracted drivers pose a threat to first responders working on accidents on the road. Many drivers are extremely distracted when passing accidents, whether they are on their phones or just looking at the scene and not paying attention. In fact, researched showed that 71% of […]

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