Powerful Representation for Accident Victims
After an injury, the path ahead may be filled with uncertainty. Whether your injury is minor or severe, you will need time to recover without worrying about your financial future. If you have lost a loved one in an accident, we know that the emotional trauma may seem unbearable, and we will work hard to hold accountable those who are responsible.
The costs of getting well can be outrageously high. If your injury or the death of a loved one was caused by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing – you may be entitled to financial compensation. Your financial restitution should cover your medical bills and the costs of recovery and rehabilitation, as well as compensation for the emotional and physical pain you have also suffered. Furthermore, you should be compensated for the projected duration of your care – even if it lasts a lifetime.
A personal injury is any injury that was caused by someone else’s negligence, violence, or other wrongdoing. There are several areas of personal injury, including:
- Motor Vehicle Accidents – Whether your accident involved a car, bus, train, motorcycle, truck, or you were struck as a pedestrian, you may feel the impact of your injury for years to come. Financial compensation should cover your recovery and beyond.
- Nursing Home Abuse – The abuse or neglect of a vulnerable loved one is tragic. We will protect your loved one and uphold their rights.
- Defective Products – We will protect your rights against the corporations, manufacturers, and distributors whose products have caused you injury.
- Medical Malpractice – If you were harmed because a medical professional failed to provide an acceptable standard of care, you are entitled to compensation for your injury, misdiagnosis, or improper treatment.
- Premises Liability – Whether you were injured on business-owned, municipal, or privately-owned property, you have a right to financial recovery for injuries sustained in a slip and fall accident, as well as those incurred in an act of violence due to inadequate security.
- Work Injury – If you have been denied benefits by your employer’s Workers’ Compensation provider, we can help you file an appeal. You may also be entitled to third-party benefits if you were injured at work – even if you already have a Workers’ Compensation claim. This is most commonly the case when the injuries were sustained in a construction accident or work-related car accident.
- Catastrophic Injury – If your injury caused a permanent disability – whether it occurred during a car accident, at work, or in any other way – you may be entitled to financial compensation.
- Wrongful Death – If you have lost a loved one at the hands of someone who was negligent or engaged in wrongdoing, we will protect your rights and work hard to ensure justice is served.
Financial Compensation for the Duration of Your Injury
We know you may be facing a long path to recovery. We are committed to successfully projecting your costs for the care you need now and into the future. You may recover financial compensation that covers the following:
- Medical consultations
- Medical care and treatment
- Travel to and from medical care and therapy and/or rehabilitation
- Therapy and/or Rehabilitation
- Past lost wages
- Future lost wages
- Home modification, when necessary
- In-home care, when necessary
- Property damages, when applicable
- Pain and suffering
- Punitive damages, when gross negligence is involved
Newark Personal Injury Lawyers at Rhoades & Morrow Will Fight for the Financial Recovery You Need and Deserve
We are honored to provide the one-on-one personal service you need to create the strongest case possible for your personal injury claim. To learn more about our services, you can contact us online or call our Bear, Delaware offices at (302) 600-1107; our Milford, Delaware offices at (302) 422-6705; or our Wilmington, Delaware offices at (302) 427-9500. Please call today to schedule your free consultation with an experienced Newark personal injury lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow. We represent clients in both upstate and downstate Delaware, including those in Kent County, New Castle County, and Sussex County.