DiRusso v. Givey

The Freibott Law Firmrecently secured a very large settlement on behalf of one our clients. Our client was traveling northbound on I-495 when another driver was traveling in the opposite direction of the northbound lanes causing a severe collision. A lawsuit was filed alleging that the defendant driver, besides traveling in the wrong direction on…

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…

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…

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…

Redding v. Donnelly

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining a large settlement from a Pennsylvania trucking company. After taking depositions of the defendant truck driver, and an independent witness, we were able to allege that the defendant truck driver was negligent by wrongfully changing lanes causing the collision that injured our client.  The client severely…

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The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining a large settlement on behalf of one of its clients in regards to a traumatic motor vehicle incident. On February 1, 2011, our client was loading groceries in her vehicle in a shopping center near Stanton, DE when a minivan pulled up next to our client’s…

Weglarz, et al., v. Ann-Marie Stafford

Frederick S. Freibott recently secured a large verdict in a medical malpractice birth injury case.  A jury returned a verdict of $528,000.00 in a case where a nurse midwife used excessive force during delivery.  The nurse midwife did not recognize that the baby had a shoulder dystocia (the lodging of a shoulder against the mother’s…

Snover v. William Penn Apartment Assocs., et al,. Del.Super.

FREDRICK S. FREIBOTT recently secured a large verdict in a slip and fall trial. A jury returned a verdict of $500,000.00, reduced by the client’s comparative negligence, in a case where his client, a tenant at a commercial apartment complex, slipped and fell on ice that was not removed by the landlord. The client sustained…

George Rhea v. Nationwide

The Freibott Law Firm secured a large $100,000.00 policy limits settlement from an insurance company wherein the daughter of a man who was struck and killed by an uninsured motorist sought uninsured benefits from their insurance carrier. The carrier had denied the claim based on its belief that the deceased was not a “relative resident”…

Toala v. Arrow Leasing Corp.

Frederick S. Freibott recently received a policy limits settlement in a case where his client was going to the bathroom in a Port-a-Potty which was pushed over by vandals with him inside of it. A claim was made against the owner of the Port-a-Potty because the owner’s company had not adequately secured the Port-a-Potty to…