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Doctors and nurses are human, but there is little room for error when a person’s life or health is on the line. If you suspect that medical negligence caused a family member’s injury, illness or death, you will need an experienced attorney to hold the medical professionals or the hospital accountable.
The law firm of Rhoades & Morrow has helped victims of medical negligence obtain compensation for their adverse outcomes; we have won medical wrongful death cases. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss a medical malpractice claim anywhere in Delaware.
Our Medical Malpractice Attorneys developed a network of experts in many fields of medicine who can examine the medical records to determine if the standard of care was breached and testify why it constituted negligence. We are prepared to handle the full spectrum of medical malpractice and hospital malpractice lawsuits, including:
Medical negligence cases are expensive and commonly go to the eve of trial if not all the way to a jury. If your family member suffered or died from substandard medical care, veteran trial lawyer Joseph Rhoades and his staff have the experience, the resources and the commitment to go the distance. We pursue full compensation for lost income and medical intervention, as well as damages for the victim’s disability, pain and suffering or appropriate damages for a wrongful death.
We take medical malpractice cases in New Castle County, Kent County and Sussex County, Delaware. Call our Wilmington office at 302-427-9500 or contact us online. We also have offices in Bear and Milford for your convenience. We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, as well as home or hospital visits.
Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19"):
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Rhoades & Morrow Statement Regarding Coronavirus Disease ("Covid-19")
Rhoades & Morrow continues to monitor the situation regarding the Coronavirus Disease (“Covid-19”). The health and safety of our clients, visitors to our office, as well as our attorneys and staff, is most important to us.
The Superior Court of the State of Delaware announced that effective March 16, 2020, all civil and criminal trials have been suspended through and including April 15, 2020. Our offices continue to operate during normal business hours. However, we have implemented policies to minimize contact and exposure. We are happy to reschedule any in-person meetings to a later date or conduct the meeting by telephone.
If you are sick, are under quarantine, have been exposed to someone who may have contracted Covid-19, we ask that you reschedule your appointment or make other arrangements for a telephone meeting. If you are at a higher risk of illness from Covid-19, please consider changing in-person meetings to a telephone conference, if possible.
Below are some tips to keep you and your loved ones healthy:
We are all in this together and everyone can work together to stay healthy. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact us