Attorney Mike Bottaro Once Again Selected As Personal Injury “Super Lawyer”
October 22nd, 2021
Here at The Bottaro Law Firm, we are proud to announce that once again, firm founder Mike Bottaro has been selected as a “Rhode Island Super Lawyer.”
Super Lawyers is an independent rating service that selects outstanding lawyers in more than 70 practice areas. According to Super Lawyers, to be named a “Super Lawyer” means an attorney has “attained a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition” in their field of practice (Plaintiff Personal Injury Law). The selection process includes “independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations.”
These selections are made annually by using a multi-phase process which includes a statewide survey of lawyers, a research evaluation of candidates, and peer reviews by each practice area. “Through this process, the result consists of only comprehensive, credible, and exceptional attorneys.”
“It is an honor to stand up for the rights of the injured throughout our Rhode Island and Massachusetts communities,” Attorney Mike Bottaro stated. “We have a great team here at the firm. And through the years, we have been blessed by many other lawyers and experts that have helped us achieve justice for our clients.”
Along with being named a Personal Injury Super Lawyer, Attorney Bottaro has achieved the highest, and coveted “AV” Martindale Hubbell rating as well as other accolades. He has also been featured as a legal guest on programs such as WPRI’s The Rhode Show and has spoken before the Rhode Island Bar Association.
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Mike and The Bottaro Law Firm have combined decades of legal experience and a successful track record of representing the injured throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Our guiding principle is to do the right thing for our client. Please contact Mike and the team 24/7 for a free and confidential consultation about your case. Text or call: 401-777-7777 or fill out our free and confidential online form.