Bottaro Blogs: How Do I Get The Best Slip and Fall Lawyer?

October 28th, 2020

Bottaro Blogs: How Do I Get The Best Slip and Fall Lawyer?   Did you know that if you suffer injuries from a slip and fall, trip, and fall, or other incident on someone’s property, you need the best slip and fall lawyer out there?  In today’s blog, I am going to give out a […]

Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Top Tips: How Do I Sue The City For My Slip And Fall?

October 6th, 2020

Rhode Island Personal Injury Attorney Top Tips: How Do I Sue The City For My Slip And Fall? Did you know that if you want to make a personal injury claim against a Rhode Island town or city entity, you must provide special written notice within days of your injury?  In today’s blog, I will […]

Stop and Shop Slip and Fall Personal Injury Lawyers Get $75,000.00 For Client

August 10th, 2020

Stop and Shop Slip and Fall Personal Injury Lawyers Get $75,000.00 For Client Do you want to know more about what happens if you have a slip and fall at a Stop and Shop?  This is Rhode Island personal injury attorney Mike Bottaro and I today’s blog, I am going to explain exactly why you […]

Massachusetts Slip-and-Fall Lawyer: Best Practices For Winning Your Case With An Expert Witness

April 15th, 2020

What is the best way to win your Massachusetts slip and fall case?  With decades of combined experience helping the injured after a slip and fall personal injury, today I want to review a powerful weapon to win your case in the context of a recent slip and fall court decision. How Can A Slip […]

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 Slip & Fall Attorneys: Top Tips to Avoiding a Fall This Winter

February 12th, 2020

We might rely on a groundhog to tell us if spring will come early or if we will have six more weeks of winter, but scientifically speaking – cold weather is still upon us regardless of his shadow! We may have been lucky with the mild winter, but slip-and-fall accidents can happen anywhere. Below are […]

Top Rated Personal Injury Attorney Advice: Comparative Fault in a Slip & Fall Accident

January 24th, 2020

We have decades of combined legal experience winning slip and fall cases in RI and Massachusetts.  Today, with winter in full swing, slip and fall accidents are more likely to occur – especially on snow and ice.  Do you know how we fight for your rights to achieve maximum compensation?  Today, I am blogging the […]

Rhode Island Slip-And-Fall Case Success: Bottaro Law Firm Settles Slip-and-Fall Case Including Right Knee Surgery for $100,000.00!

January 3rd, 2020

I want to share success in a recent Providence, Rhode Island slip and fall case requiring attention to detail, preparation and execution. I am proud of our team here at Bottaro Law in helping our client secure $100,000.00 for her injuries: Providence, Rhode Island Slip & Fall and Personal Injuries: Knee Surgery It was a […]

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 […]

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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