Unfortunately, many Delaware employees are injured or die on the job. Workplace accidents, repetitive behaviors, unsafe conditions, and more can cause employees to suffer an injury that prevents them from doing their job. In these situations, what are Delaware workers to do? Without the income they need, they may not be able to obtain proper medical care, pay their bills, and continue to lead the life they had before the accident.
The answer for many employees is workers’ compensation. Workers’ compensation is a benefits system that can provide wages and medical care to injured employees. If you or someone you love has suffered an injury within the course and scope of your job, you may be eligible to file a workers’ compensation claim. With a combined 150-plus years of experience, the experienced workers' compensation lawyers at Morris James have helped many Delaware employees secure the benefits they deserve to protect their health and their livelihood. They understand the feelings and uncertainty experienced by someone in your position, and they can help you through this time.
We can help secure the best possible outcome in your case. Our lawyers give each client the personal attention they deserve. We'll speak with you about your case on a regular basis. In addition to providing thorough communication about the case itself, we'll strive to learn more about you and the circumstances that led to you getting injured at work in Delaware.
Our lawyers shape their strategies based on the details of each unique case. They decide whether to pursue negotiations or mediation, which are often better options than heading to court. You'll have input in every decision, and we'll move forward only when you feel comfortable with the plan. Our goal is to secure the best possible results for our clients, and that looks different for every case we take.
Call one of our convenient locations near you to learn more about your rights and how to pursue a claim. If you prefer, take a moment to fill out our online contact form for a prompt response from a member of our legal team.
- November 5, 2020
- October 30, 2020
- May 19, 2020
- May 4, 2020
- January 22, 2020
- January 14, 2020
- Mike Owen Participates in Panel Discussion on Depositions at the DSBA Torts and Insurance Section MeetingOctober 17, 2019DSBA Torts and Insurance Section
- October 14, 2019