A pedestrian who is hit by a car is especially vulnerable to serious injuries. Unlike motorists, pedestrians do not have the protection of vehicles around them. Cars are extremely heavy, and the force that occurs when an unprotected person is hit by a vehicle is enormous. According to some estimates, approximately 80,000 of walking pedestrians […]
After a car accident, a slip and fall accident, or another type of incident, a victim may suffer significant injuries, such as broken bones, slipped discs, and traumatic brain injuries. In order to ensure they are properly compensated by an insurance company or individual, a victim may wish to a pursue a personal injury suit. […]
Workers who are at least 50 years old have experienced the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic differently than younger employees. Although employees of all ages have faced concerns and difficulties due to the pandemic, older workers are more vulnerable. According to recent studies, more than 18 million employees 50 years old and older are at risk of […]
On September 22, Rhoades & Morrow partner, Steve Morrow, was recognized by the State of Delaware Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) for 10 years of volunteer service as a child advocate attorney. In recognizing Steve, the OCA noted that over 10 years ago, Steve was first appointed to serve as a child attorney for […]
On September 15, 2020, Rhoades & Morrow partner, Stephen Morrow, spoke at a continuing legal education program hosted by the Delaware State Bar Association. The full-day virtual program was co-sponsored by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Delaware State Bar Association and the Industrial Accident Board. Stephen spoke on a panel titled “Hot Topics in […]
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