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Susan Ament

Susan Ament

Susan D. Ament is a partner in the personal injury group in the Broom Street office in Wilmington, Delaware. She concentrates on plaintiff’s personal injury litigation in Delaware. Mrs. Ament received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Delaware in 1979 and a J.D. degree from the Widener University School of Law in 1982.

Mrs. Ament is a member of the St. Thomas More Society (President, 1994-1995), the Delaware State Bar Association (Nominating Committee 1999-2001; Fee Dispute Committee Chairperson, 1991-1994; and Medical/Legal Committee (Co-Chair, 1989-1990), the American Bar Association for Justice, the American and Delaware Trial Lawyers’ Associations, the Carpenter-Walsh Delaware Pro Bono Inn of Court, and is a mediator for the State of Delaware Superior Court. She is a former member of the State of Delaware Board of Bar Examiners (1994-1997), State of Delaware Industrial Accident Board Rules Committee, the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and the National Health Lawyers Association. She is also a former board member of the Delaware Bar Foundation.

Mrs. Ament currently serves as a board member of the Catholic Diocese Foundation, Sojourners Place, and the Corporate Board of Catholic Ministry to the Elderly. She is a former board member of The Little Italy Neighborhood Association phase II and the University & Whist Club. She is past president of the River Tower at Christina Landing Condominium Council, the Board of Directors of the Bayard House, and an Honorary Member of the Phillippine-American Association of Delaware.

Mrs. Ament is a Foster Parent for the State of Delaware and serves as a Guardian Ad Litem through the Office of the Child Advocate for the Family Court of Delaware.

Mrs. Ament is a member of Randy J. Holland Delaware Worker’s Compensation Inn of Court.

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