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

April 10th, 2020 | News

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,… Read More

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 | Personal injury

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… Read More

$130,000.00 Maximum Settlement For Mike Bottaro’s Client And New Friend

April 1st, 2020 | Personal injury

During this extremely difficult time, I want to share a story about a client who came into my office as a client and who left as a friend.  This case involves a serious car accident requiring emergency surgery with MRSA complications afterwards. Warwick, Rhode Island Car Accident Resulting In Emergency Hand Surgery When my client… Read More

Rhode Island Personal Injury Lawyers: Why Do Personal Injury Attorneys Have a Bad Reputation?

March 27th, 2020 | Personal injury

Why do personal injury lawyers have a low opinion to many in the public?  I am proud of having served the public for two decades fighting for the injured.  But I can understand the perception that those who have not needed a personal injury lawyer may have.  I thought I would write about this perception… Read More

$100,000.00 Drunk Driving Rhode Island Car Accident Settled By Personal Injury Lawyer Mike Bottaro

March 25th, 2020 | Personal injury

It is tragic when I hear of someone in our community being injured by a drunk driver in a car accident and very satisfying to stand up against drunk driving.  Today, I wanted to share a recent drunk driving auto accident that was settled for $100,135.00! Our client was stopped in traffic in Cranston, Rhode… Read More

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury Lawyers: How Will COVID-19 Affect My Personal Injury Case?

March 18th, 2020 | Personal injury

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… Read More

Rhode Island and Massachusetts Personal Injury: 5 Ways to Avoid Car Accident on St. Patrick’s Day

March 13th, 2020 | Safe driving

Each year it seems, we learn of tragic car accident personal injury claims around this holiday.  St Patrick’s Day is a day of celebration and is known to be a big drinking day (beer and whiskey, anyone?).  But drunk driving car accidents are no joke as I can tell you having practices law for twenty… Read More

How Should I Handle Facebook And Social Media During My Legal Personal Injury Claim?

March 11th, 2020 | Personal injury

Should I be posting to social media after a car accident or personal injury? This is a question that I receive a lot and for which we advise our clients here in Rhode Island and Massachusetts. In short, social media posts can at worst hurt your case and at best, not help your case.  So,… Read More

$500,000.00 Rhode Island Table Saw Personal Injury Settlement

March 3rd, 2020 | Press release

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.… Read More

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

February 28th, 2020 | Personal injury

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… Read More

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