Best Rhode Island Motorcycle Lawyer Tips: 3 Personal Injury Tips

March 27th, 2019

Best Rhode Island Motorcycle Lawyer Tips: 3 Personal Injury Tips This is Mike Bottaro and as my friends across RI and Mass. are about to get their bikes out for Spring (!!!), it’s time to break out 3 of my best practices tips if you go down on your bike.  For years, I’m proud of […]

Progressive Insurance Breaks The Law In Rhode Island, To Pay Almost $2 Million To Citizens

February 20th, 2019

The State of RI’s investigation into Progressive Insurance’s billing practices culminated in a claim that Progressive over charged nearly 5,000 Rhode Islanders, illegally bilking them of nearly $2 million. Specifically, WPRI-12 reported that a consent agreement with the Rhode Island Department of Business Regulation claims that 4,933 Progressive policies over a five-year span were “surcharged […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Car Accident Lawyer:  Top 3 Car Accident Personal Injuries

November 27th, 2018

Handling car accident personal injury claims across Rhode Island and Massachusetts, I have seen many types of injuries in my experience.  Here are what you could call the top 3 that I deal with against insurance companies: Neck and Back Musculoskeletal (Soft Tissue) Injuries The mechanism of a car crash often causes the human body […]

Massachusetts Car Accident Injury: 3 Things To Know!

November 9th, 2018

If you have been injured in a Massachusetts car accident, you need to know the legal process.  You need an experienced personal injury lawyer on your side, because the insurance companies are not looking out for your interests.  When you contact our law firm, we take the time to educate you about the legal process, […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Insurance Denial Legal Claims: We can Help!

August 24th, 2018

Did you pay good money to an insurance company and now, in your time of need, that insurance company has delayed or denied making payment to you on a claim?  If so, you may have important legal rights and should contact our personal injury firm as soon as possible. Rhode Island and Massachusetts Insurance Claims […]

Is Your Insurance Company Scamming You?

February 20th, 2018

The Bottaro Law Firm has many clients who are in need of getting their vehicle appraised and fixed after a motor vehicle accident. And unlike other law firms, we care about our clients getting the fair market value for their vehicle instead of being scammed out of their well-deserved money. Subsequently, we like to refer […]

What’s The Difference Between PIP and MedPay?

January 9th, 2018

Purchasing car insurance can seem like an easy task for some, but for others the process can be somewhat confusing. Thus, it’s important to realize what kind of coverage you can get when selecting your auto insurance policy. Additionally, you should know what is required and what is deemed as optional coverage in your state. […]

Your Car, Your Choice – Choose the Auto Body Shop That’s Best For You!

January 5th, 2018

After a motor vehicle accident, do you have to take your car to the insurance company’s recommended auto body shop? Many of our clients assume that you have to listen to your insurance company and take your vehicle to their selected auto body shop. However, that is not the case. According to Rhode Island Law, […]

Rhode Island Courts Interpret Insurance Policies to Favor Broad Coverage for the Insured

October 5th, 2017

How a court interprets the terms of an insurance policy can significantly affect whether or not an injured person gets coverage to reimburse the costs of medical treatment, pain and suffering, lost wages, and related losses.  Therefore it is important to understand the standard rules for insurance contract interpretation.   This blog reviews the rules in […]

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: When Does a Person “Occupy” the Insured Vehicle to Qualify for UM Coverage in Rhode Island?

June 29th, 2017

Uninsured (UM) and underinsured (UIM) motorist coverage protects the injured party after an accident when the at-fault party’s insurance is insufficient.  UM coverage applies when the at-fault party has no insurance, or is a hit and run driver. UIM coverage applies when the at-fault party has some insurance but not enough. UM/UIM coverage not only […]

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