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 […]

Recap On Giving Free Lunch To Hospital Workers During COVID-19 Crisis

April 16th, 2020

Thank you, Lord, for all that we have now. Right now. It is during these tough times, where we are all affected by COVID-19 that You reveal Yourself. I appreciate the little things in our daily life, like time with my wife and kids, making meals together, a walk with the dog. And I appreciate […]

Bottaro Law To Sponsor FREE Lunch for Lifespan Employees Workers at The Seaplane Diner!

April 10th, 2020

Are you a Lifespan employee?  Then, The Bottaro Law Firm would like to treat you to a FREE lunch this Wednesday April 15.  Details below! As our personal injury law firm has grown, my team and I feel so blessed to be a part of the Eddy Street, Providence community.  I have watched countless nurses, […]

Once Again, You Are NOT In Good Hands With Allstate Auto Insurance (Or, Who Is REALLY Profiting While Others Suffer During COVID 19)

April 8th, 2020

Who is profiting while the world suffers through coronavirus?  Answer: Auto Insurance companies such as Allstate, Progressive, GEICO, Liberty Mutual, and State Farm, to name a few.  Who does not want you to know this? Answer: See above. Why?  Less cars on the road means fewer cars and therefore, fewer car accident claims.  Fewer Car […]

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 […]

$500,000.00 Rhode Island Table Saw Personal Injury Settlement

March 3rd, 2020

Did you know how important it is to use the proper safety guards on a table saw? And to train on how to make table cuts? Let me tell you about how I was able to help a seriously injured independent contractor in a recent table saw personal injury legal claim here in Rhode Island. […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury: More Pedestrians in the United States are Dying Than in Past 30 Years

February 28th, 2020

At some point of the day, almost everyone is a pedestrian – and these pedestrian accidents and fatalities are unfortunately at an all-time high. The Wall Street Journal recently released an article stating that American pedestrian deaths rose in 2019 to their highest level in 30 years – even when the roadway crash fatalities have […]

Google Health’s Journey of Making Patient Medical Data Publically Accessible for Everyone

February 7th, 2020

Google has struck partnerships with some of the largest healthcare provider and hospital systems in the United States – but for what exactly? Google is developing the ability to view or analyze patient records in at least three quarters of the United States. This will allow Google to access personally identifiable health information without the […]

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