Q&A Topic: Personal Injury
Who are the most experienced personal injury attorneys?
If you, a family member or someone you know has been in an accident due to the carelessness of another person, you have rights under Delaware law. You may be entitled to compensation and benefits due to the type of accident you have experienced. The best way to find out what you may be entitled to is to contact one of our experienced Delaware attorneys at The Freibott Law Firm.
Delaware Personal Injury Attorney Frederick S. Freibott has handled injury claims on behalf of injured Delawareans for three decades. Mr. Freibott and his staff provide the highest quality legal representation possible for their clients. Mr. Freibott offers free consultations and charges no fees or costs if he does not win on your behalf. He, and his staff, pride themselves on taking a personal interest in their clients not just in their cases. Contact his personal injury law office if you have been injured in New Castle County, Delaware, Kent County, Delaware or Sussex County, Delaware.
What are the facts and statistics for personal injury?
Delaware is no different than the rest of the nation in seeing numerous types of personal injury cases every day. Statistics collected by the Center for Disease Control point to the fact that auto accidents are the leading cause of physical injury accidents. Workplace accidents and injuries are trailing behind, followed by premises liability accidents, including; dog bites, slip and fall and dangerous substance injuries. Attacks by animals are one of the main causes of severe injuries that happen to children 14 and under.If you, or a loved one, have experienced any of the following due to another person’s carelessness or negligence, regardless of how you were injured, contact The Freibott Law Firm.
- Head & Brain Injury
- Back Injury
- Central Nervous System (CNS) Injury
- Birth Injury
- Skin Injury/Scarring
- Bone Injury
- Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
How does The Freibott Law Firm fight for the benefits and compensation you deserve?
As an experienced and accomplished Personal Injury Lawyer in Delaware, Mr. Freibott concentrates on the whole accident and litigation scenario while analyzing the final award of each case. He considers all factors a client may incur. These could be existing medical costs, future medical costs, the expenses involved in extensive term care, wages lost, and pain and suffering.Regardless of how you or a loved one were injured, call The Freibott Law Firm, to speak with one of our specialized attorneys to have your case reviewed.
Where does the fault lie in a Delaware personal injury claim?
The most significant aspects of a personal injury claim is establishing fault, otherwise referred to as liability. It is one of the most important issues handled by an attorney in a personal injury case. Properly establishing fault identifies all liable parties and helps you to recover all the benefits, damages, and financial compensation you deserve.Fault is established by a personal injury lawyer who thoroughly reviews your case, sometimes this leads to conducting an investigation to gather more facts surrounding the claim. This part of the legal claim is critical because if a negligent party is not identified in the ground work, then benefits and compensation can be lost.
What should you do if you have had an accident?
After facing an injury of any kind in an accident the first step you should take is to seek medical attention. You should be properly examined by a doctor either at an urgent care center, hospital emergency room or the office of your principal care provider. Your health is paramount.Be sure to contact police if your injury was due to an auto accident. Ask the officer to fill out a report on the accident. Accident reports are very important in your personal injury case because it establishes the facts surrounding the accident.If your accident happened at your workplace, you should alert your manager, supervisor or owner of the organization of the injury. This should be documented and should include any eye witnesses.Take pictures of the accident scene. Taking pictures can help your attorney at The Freibott Law Firm determine the cause of the accident.Contact a Delaware personal injury attorney at The Freibott Law Firm. Without a skilled Wilmington injury lawyer working on your behalf you may not get all of the benefits and monetary compensation you deserve. Also, without a lawyer, the full dollar value of your claim may not be accurately determined. Do not leave anything to chance. Contact our Wilmington or Sussex County office immediately.
How can the Freibott Law Firm help you?
Based in Newark, Delaware, Personal Injury Lawyer Frederick S. Freibott and his team have ample experience handling personal injury lawsuit claims in Delaware. He also has a long standing track record of obtaining the maximum amount of compensation for his clients based on their injuries. If the insurance company does not offer you what you believe is a fair and just settlement, Mr. Freibott will take your case to the litigation phase. The Freibott Law Firm focuses 100% on personal injury cases and litigation. The Freibott Law Firm has what it takes to get you and your family what you rightfully deserve.
Mr. Frederick Freibott, a Delaware native, graduated from a local high school. The son of two teachers with over 65 years of teaching experience, he knows the importance of education and dedication to his community.Mr. Freibott understands the importance of working hard for his clients to obtain the best possible results. He earned his college degree at Gettysburg College and his law degree from The Widener University School of Law. He is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association and the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association.Mr.Freibott’s peers recently voted him one of the top personal injury lawyers in the state of Delaware. For a free consultation, call (302) 633-9000.
1711 E. Newport Pike
P.O. Box 6168
Wilmington, Del., 19804
Sussex County Office
105 West Fourth Street
Lewes, Del., 19958
Bear/Middletown: (302) 838-0700
Dover: (302) 653-5200
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