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 […]

3 Reasons It’s In Your Financial Interest To Call Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyer Mike Bottaro RIGHT After Your Car Accident!

January 18th, 2019

Having practiced personal injury law for as long as I have, one common question I get is “Why should I hire a car accident lawyer?”  Friend, I love what I do and there are many reasons, but today I am going to appeal solely to your bank account.  Calling or texting me (401-777-7777) right after […]

Providence Personal Injury Attorney Tips: Understanding Your Time Deadlines

December 28th, 2018

Want to know one important reason to always contact our law firm after a Rhode Island personal injury such as a car accident?  Time deadlines.  Time deadlines that could keep you from making a case.  There are many of them!  In today’s blog, I will review one important aspect of time deadlines in Rhode Island, […]

Rhode Island Slip and Fall Lawyer: Case Success

October 2nd, 2018

Did you know that if you are injured on another’s property, you may have important legal rights? Property owners have a duty to keep their premises free from dangerous conditions.  This area of the law is known as premises liability law and one type of such a case is typically referred to as a “slip […]

First Day of Fall: National Falls Prevention Day

September 21st, 2018

Today might be the official first day of fall, but a slip and fall can happen all days of the year. On September 22nd, the 10th annual “National Falls Prevention Awareness Day” begins, which is sponsored by the National Council on Aging. How to Prevent a Slip and Fall Slip and falls are one of […]

Rhode Island Slip and Fall Law Tips

September 5th, 2018

If you have suffered injury from a slip, trip, or other injury while on another’s property in Rhode Island, you may have important legal rights. Injuries can happen even while you are on the property of a person or company that is dear to you.  Our law firm has experience in addressing these injuries with […]

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