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If you sustained a personal injury because of another’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Even if it is not apparent at the time of the accident, your injury could adversely affect your well-being and interfere with your ability to earn an income. Minor injuries may become long-term health issues, whether you experienced a slip and fall accident or a catastrophic car accident. If you contact a lawyer to file for damages, the compensation you receive could cover varied expenses including:
It is important to take detailed notes after an accident or injury occurs because it will help lawyers build your personal injury claim. Describe what daily challenges you face due to your injuries. Evidence and photos offer lawyers a more accurate picture in which to create the case. Visit medical professionals to assess your injuries and retain any medical bills you receive. Ensure you send a written notice regarding the accident and your injuries to any responsible parties.
When filing a personal injury claim in Delaware, realize that there is a statute of limitations which begins when you are injured or discover the injury. We encourage you to seek the services of experienced Delaware personal injury lawyers who will guide you in the pursuit of your claim.
Since 1990, at Rhoades & Morrow, we have successfully represented injured plaintiffs. Each case receives personal attention, and we attest that we have recovered millions in compensation for our clients’ losses.
We help clients with the following:
In your search for experienced personal injury lawyers, we recommend contacting our Middletown personal injury lawyers at Rhoades & Morrow. To schedule your free consultation, call our office at 302-427-9500 or contact us online. At our offices in Wilmington, Bear, and Milford, Delaware, we handle work injury and personal injury cases in both upstate and downstate Delaware including Wilmington, Hockessin, Newark, Glasgow, Bear, Middletown, Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Lewes, Georgetown, and Seaford, and communities in New Castle County, Kent County, and Sussex County.
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The situation regarding the COVID-19 virus changes daily. During this uncertain time, we can assure you that the team at Rhoades & Morrow continues to focus on helping our current clients as well as assisting new clients.
We know that legal questions still arise, and we are here to answer your questions and provide the trusted guidance that you have come to expect from us over the years. To ensure the health and safety of our staff and our clients, we are conducting virtual consultations via Zoom and by telephone. We also have the ability to exchange documents via secure e-mail.
We look forward to hearing from you. Stay safe and healthy.