Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer News: Beware The Milk Crate Challenge!

September 2nd, 2021

Have you heard of the milk crate challenge?  As you scroll on your Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook feeds, you may have noticed a new viral challenge making the rounds. It may look fun, but in today’s blog this RI personal injury lawyer is going to point out it may not be the safest idea! What […]

Best Slip And Fall Lawyer Practices: 7 Tips To Win Your Case!

August 27th, 2021

You’ve been injured due to a slip and fall or similar injury on another’s property – now what?!? At my law firm, we handle what is known as “premises liability” cases every day.  Whether you slip, trip, get bit by a dog or have any injury on another’s property, you may be entitled to legal […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Law News: State Passes New Law Requiring Insurance For Landlords In Slip And Fall Claims

August 11th, 2021

At Bottaro Law, we have been blessed to support the rights of the injured.  I have served on our trade industry’s board for many years and we were pleased when the state recently passed a new law that should help those of you injured on a landlord’s property.  Let’s take a look at this new […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury News: RI Supreme Court Upholds Decision in Federal Hill Slip and Fall Case

July 16th, 2021

Did you know that the Rhode Island Supreme Court recently issued a decision affecting premises liability cases?  If you have a slip and fall case, today’s blog is worth checking out! Rhode Island Slip And Fall Case On Icy Sidewalk – Get Our Help! In the case, the plaintiff slipped and fell on an icy […]

Rhode Island Slip and Fall Lawyer Bottaro Settles $77,500.00 Wakefield, RI Case

June 16th, 2021

Rhode Island Slip and Fall Lawyer Bottaro Settles $77,500.00 Wakefield, RI Case Injured in South County, RI? I know the area and the Court.  We have the experience to stand up for your rights and today, I want to share one recent victory with you. Knee Replacement After A Slip And Fall Personal Injury – […]

Bottaro Law Settles Massachusetts Broken Railing Personal Injury Case For $120,000.00!

September 1st, 2020

Bottaro Law Settles Massachusetts Broken Railing Personal Injury Case For $120,000.00! Did you know that injuries suffered due to a broken railing or other defect can result in a significant personal injury case?  This is Attorney Mike Bottaro and in today’s blog, I want to share our team’s recent success settling a Massachusetts premises liability […]

What Is A Slip And Fall…. Rhode Island Slip & Fall Attorney Answers Common Questions

February 26th, 2020

Our personal injury law firm seeks money for those injured in slip and fall cases throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts.  We have decades of experience in this field, also known as “premises liability law.”  Our No Fee Guarantee means there is no cost to you until we win your case, so if you think you […]

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury Best Tips: Top Things to do After a Slip-and-Fall Accident

December 27th, 2019

With the winter weather joining us, the likelihood of slip-and-fall accidents has definitely increased. In Rhode Island and Massachusetts, we are used to the icy weather – but we can’t always stop a fall from happening. If you suffer from a personal injury after a slip and fall, what should you do? Collect Any Types […]

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 […]

Slip and Fall Lawyer Update: Rhode Island Passes Law Eliminating The “Open and Obvious” Doctrine

August 9th, 2019

If you have suffered a personal injury form a Rhode Island slip and fall, there is a new law that helps with your case.  In today’s personal injury blog, I will address this new law and how it will help you as our client:  The “Open and Obvious” Doctrine – What is it? If you […]

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