If you have suffered an injury due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Many injuries have lasting impacts whether from a slip and fall, or a catastrophic motor vehicle accident, and what seem like minor injuries can turn out to have long term effects that impact your earning capacity. If you decide to seek damages for your injuries, the compensation you could be awarded may include amounts to cover the following:
After you experience an accident or injury, if possible take detailed notes about what happened because you may need them when you bring a claim for personal injury. Write down everything about your injuries and how they affect your daily life. Preserve any evidence that you can and take photos to document your evidence. See a medical professional about your injuries and receive copies of your medical records. Finally, send written notice of the accident and your injuries to anyone who may be responsible.
The statute of limitations for filing a personal injury claim generally begins when you are injured or discover the injury. If you are unsure of your legal options, it is important to seek the advice of a dedicated Delaware personal injury lawyer who can provide counsel.
At Rhoades & Morrow we have years of experience successfully representing the rights of injured plaintiffs. We have recovered millions in compensation for our clients and devote personal attention to each case we take.
We provide skilled legal representation in the following areas:
If you are looking for a Wilmington personal injury lawyer, you need look no further than the law firm of Rhoades & Morrow. We will fight for you every step of the way to obtain the maximum possible compensation for your case. Call our Wilmington office at (302) 427-9500 to schedule your free consultation or contact us online. We also have offices in Bear and Milford, Delaware. Rhoades & Morrow handles all personal injury and work injury cases throughout Delaware, including Wilmington, Hockessin, Newark, Glasgow, Bear, Middletown, Smyrna, Dover, Milford, Lewes, Georgetown, and Seaford, as well as any other community in New Castle County, Kent County, and Sussex County.