Personal injury Results

Russo v. Zeigler

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in creating new law concerning dangerous dogs in Delaware.  The Superior Court acknowledged that Delaware’s dog bit statute imposes strict liability for damages on dog owners regardless of the owners’ knowledge of any dangerous qualities of the dog.  Under this statute, as the Court held, the dog owner…

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Rivera v. Krempa

The Freibott Law Firm recently secured a settlement on the eve of jury trial.  Our client was injured in a collision wherein she hurt her neck, her low back, and her left shoulder.  Her neck and back injuries resolved; however, her left shoulder injury did not.  The left shoulder required surgery and a subsequent procedure…

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Desrivieres v. Mitchell

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in its argument to the Superior Court of the State of Delaware that the Defendant’s oral statement and the Defendant’s written explanation of the facts concerning the accident provided to his insurance company should be produced to the Plaintiff.  In the case of Desrivieres v. Mitchell, C.A. No. 11C-01-189…

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Tovar v. Balakhani

FREDRICK S. FREIBOTT secured a very large settlement on behalf of his clients when he successfully argued in the Superior Court of Delaware that the parents of the son who killed his client’s husband were also liable based upon a new, and modern, interpretation regarding the law of negligent entrustment.  The parents loaned money to…

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Eskin v. Carden

FREDERICK S. FREIBOTT successfully argued in The Superior Court of Delaware and The Supreme Court of Delaware that an insurance company’s biomechanical expert should not be allowed to testify against his client as the named expert’s opinion was based upon speculation because, as the Courts held, the expert “apparently consistent with others in his ‘field’…

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Parrish v. First Student Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in securing a large jury verdict in excess of $700,000.00 against the defendant bus company when it rear ended our client causing her serious personal injuries.  The collision caused our client to sustain a serious neck injury resulting in a fusion surgery to her neck. The bus company proceeded…

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Workers Compensation Results

Vivian Watson v. Allen Harim Family Foods

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a claim on behalf of one of its clients in the case of Watson v. Allen Harim Family Foods.  Our client has worked in the deboning department for this employer and she developed cubital tunnel syndrome in her left elbow.  She had no prior problems in…

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Carter v. Urgent Ambulance Service, Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a claim on behalf of one of its clients.  Our client seriously injured his left knee when he slipped on ice and snow at work.  Our client was an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); is married; and has two children.  After the fall, there was a period…

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DeSantis v. State of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a complicated claim on behalf of one of our clients in regards to a very unique worker’s compensation claim.  Our client was a DelDOT construction manager for the State of Delaware.  On October 16, 2014, our client left his office at the Bear location to attend…

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Ewing v. State of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in its prosecution of a claim on behalf of one of its clients.  Our client worked for the Colonial School District as a special education teacher and was injured on the job.  Our client had undergone two operations due to her work accident which culminated with a triple…

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Burns v. RNH Installations

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in its prosecution of a case in front of the Industrial Accident Board in the case of Burns v. RNH Installations.  Claimant alleged that on March 9, 2015, he was injured at a job site in Bel Air, Maryland while moving furniture.  Our client was carrying an overhead…

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Caputo-Huenke v. State of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in its defense of a termination petition that was filed against one of our clients.  It was the position of the Employer that our client’s partial disability status should be terminated because, as the Employer alleged, our client was capable of working without any type of restrictions; therefore,…

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