Our Delaware Personal Injury Law Firm's Practice Areas
Being injured in a personal injury accident can have wide-ranging repercussions. You may be left unable to work, facing medical bills you cannot afford. Any financial problems you may be facing could be magnified by the often significant costs associated with living with an injury. You and your family should not have to handle these responsibilities alone if someone else is responsible for your pain and suffering.
There are many types of auto accidents that can result in serious injuries and damages for the victim. While our legal team is prepared to handle any accident case, some of the most common traffic crash cases we handle include rear-end crashes, t-bone crashes, rollover crashes, head-on collisions, pedestrian accidents, and bicycle accidents.
There are many reasons that motorcycles are involved in accidents on the road. In some cases, bad weather, poorly maintained roads, or risky behaviors of the motorcyclist lead to these serious crashes.
When it comes to truck accidents—everything is bigger. The damage can be more severe, the injuries can be more serious, and the stakes higher.
We use and interact with hundreds of different products on a daily basis. Some of these products may be harmless, whereas others may have a defect that makes them an injury risk. Some types of products that are commonly involved in product liability lawsuits include pharmaceutical products; food products / containers and childcare Products / Children’s Toys.
Serious injuries are unique because they typically leave the victim with lifelong, debilitating physical and emotional issues. These injuries may persist over the years and can affect all areas of a person’s life.
Slip and fall is the term that is used to describe an accident in which a person slips or trips and falls on someone else’s property and is injured. Slip and fall cases typically fall under the umbrella of cases known as premises liability.
Employees are eligible for any type of work-related injury. Any injury related to the job that causes an employee to miss work may qualify, including an old or chronic injury that is aggravated by the job. Though the injury most often occurs at the place of employment, this need not be the case. Injuries sustained during travel for work, at a job site, or any time an employee is completing a task for work may be considered work-related injuries.
In Delaware, a wrongful death occurs when a wrongful act by one person causes the death of another person, for which that person could pursue a personal injury case had his death not occurred. Essentially, it is a personal injury case brought by the surviving family members of the deceased.
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