Serving In The Providence, RI Community: Recap Of Our Service Day At Higher Ground International

June 25th, 2021

Did you know that right around the corner from the Bottaro Law firm is a unique non-profit organization called Higher Ground International? With the world getting back to normal, we were able to resume our care ministry days of service recently here at Bottaro Law. HGI works to improve the lives of people living in […]

Proudly Standing Up For RI And Mass. Injured Bikers (Motorcycle Awareness Month)

April 30th, 2021

This is the time of year with spring bringing us warmer weather and longer days, thousands of you bikers will polish up their bikes and take them to Rhode Island and Massachusetts roads.  If you are on the road — please look out for the bikers in our community! Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Avoided With […]

Should I Post To Social Media About My Personal Injury Lawsuit?

March 25th, 2021

Should I Post To Social Media About My Personal Injury Lawsuit? Did you know that posting to your Facebook and social media during your personal injury case can harm your case?  Having handed car accidents and their personal injury cases throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts, I think it is important for the public to know […]

RI Personal Injury Lawyer News: Automated Speed Enforcement System Act of 2021.

February 26th, 2021

RI Personal Injury Lawyer News: Automated Speed Enforcement System Act of 2021. In today’s blog, let’s take a look at a new bill being introduced in Rhode Island that, as a personal injury lawyer, I read with interest. If you have driven by a school in Providence, RI, you have seen one of the automated […]

Roger Clemens Son Wins $3.24 Million In Personal Injury Case: How Do You Prove Assault And Negligence?

February 11th, 2021

Roger Clemens Son Wins $3.24 Million In Personal Injury Case: How Do You Prove Assault And Negligence? Recently the son of former baseball pitcher Roger Clemens and a friend won $3.24 million legal award arising from allegations of assault and negligence. As a personal injury lawyer, I am sometimes asked about these types of claims. […]

The Bottaro Law Firm Gives Back: Our Care Team Sponsors A Child

November 20th, 2020

The Bottaro Law Firm Gives Back: Our Care Team Sponsors A Child Did you know that ministry is a central focus at The Bottaro Law Firm? We believe strongly in giving back to not only our communities here in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, but across the globe. Within the past year we established a Care […]

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 […]

Community Giving – The Bottaro Law Firm Gives Back  

August 5th, 2020

Community Giving – The Bottaro Law Firm Gives Back   Do you have a loved one with autism?  This is personal injury lawyer Mike Bottaro.  In addition to striving to be the best personal injury law firm in the region, our firm strives to meet the bigger mission of supporting our community. In today’s blog, we […]

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 […]

U.S. District Judge Finds COVID-19 Interstate Highway Travel Ban “Unconstitutional”

May 8th, 2020

Are you concerned that some government actions during COVID-19 may be unconstitutional, i.e., against our basic American freedoms?  Well, you’re not alone.  One federal judge recently found that a governor’s “interstate travel ban” was in fact, unconstitutional. COVID-19 Government “Executive Orders” – Constitutional? Or Not? Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear issued an executive order banning almost […]

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