Charles v. State of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of our clients.  Our client was seeking permanent impairment benefits sustained from a work accident.  Our client was descending steps at work when she lost her footing and fell down onto her wrists.  She fractured both her wrists and underwent…

Massey v. Rimsi Corp.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a claim for compensability of the left shoulder on behalf of one of its clients wherein our client injured his neck and low back after slipping down steps at work. A cervical C4-5 discectomy with interbody fusion was performed in July of 2012 and our client…

Agard v. Recovery Innovations, Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of its clients who was seeking mental health treatment from her psychologist due to a work incident.  Our client was a 48 year old woman with two children who was assaulted at work by an unstable patient at the Rockford…

Ryan v. State of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in pursuing a claim for permanent impairment benefits on behalf of one of our clients.  Our client was working as a Paratransit Operator for the State of Delaware, through its subsidiary, DART.  Our client was attacked by a patient on the bus.  Our client sustained injuries to his…

Picerno v. Walgreens

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in arguing that our client was injured at work and sustained injuries to her head (concussion), neck, and right shoulder.  Our firm also alleged that our client was totally disabled from working with her employer from the date after her injury (December 3, 2015) through the present.  The…

Coger v. PHCMeadowwood

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining permanent impairment benefits for our client in the case of Coger v. PHCMeadowwood.  Our client is a 54 year old woman who worked at PHCMeadowwood.  Our client is well educated and was honorably discharged from the Army.  She also worked for many years as a correction…

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…

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…

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,…

Louis Hendricks v. New Castle County

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in its prosecution of a worker’s compensation claim on behalf of one of our clients.  In this case, we alleged that our client had sustained a serious injury to his back.  His treating physician, Dr. Jeffrey Meyers, provided an opinion that our client had sustained a 36% impairment…