Delaware Auto Accident Lawyers

If you were hurt in a motor vehicle accident caused by someone else, you have the right to compensation for your injuries and the resulting impact on your life. Even if you were partially at fault or are uninsured, you may be eligible for an injury settlement.

At  Rhoades & Morrow, we realize that you have two sets of worries — the immediate problems in the wake of a serious crash and the long-term repercussions for your health and your family finances.  We help clients cope with urgent issues such as medical treatment, lost wages, vehicle damage and hospital bills. Meanwhile, we take aggressive action to hold the negligent party accountable for the negligent and careless conduct that led to your injury.

Pursuing Compensation In All Delaware Motor Vehicle Accidents

Our Delaware auto accident lawyers have successfully represented drivers and passengers who suffered serious injuries in car accidents and vehicle crashes of all types, including:

Insurance Companies Are Not On Your Side

Insurance companies and employers are not always helpful in the aftermath of an auto accident. Our clients often have problems with wages from work, medical billing and property damage claims. We resolve these issues for our clients so they can focus on getting better and resuming their normal lives.

We have handled cases that involve all types of injuries from auto accidents, including permanent and catastrophic injuries that lead to lost earning capacity and lost quality of life. Our goal is to use our 30-plus years of experience to fight for maximum compensation, especially when insurance companies treat you unfairly.

Contact a Delaware Auto Accident Lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow for a Free Consultation

To talk to an experienced Delaware auto accident lawyer at Rhoades & Morrow about your potential personal injury claim, call our Wilmington office at (302) 427-9500 or contact us online. We also have offices located in Bear and Milford for your convenience. We can arrange evening and weekend appointments, as well as home or hospital visits.

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