Shipp v. United Distributors

On August 16, 2010, the Industrial Accident Board issued a ruling on behalf of our client that found that she was still totally disabled from work and that her recent surgery was reasonable, necessary, and related to her original work accident. The Industrial Accident Board found our client to be credible; found her orthopaedic surgeon…

Sarne v. Delaware Supermarkets

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful at the Industrial Accident Board when it agreed with our position that our client was injured in either one of two industrial accidents involving two separate employers.  The claimant was injured initially on November 25, 2010 while working for Delaware Supermarkets.  Our client was also injured on January…

Nesci v. New Castle County

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in a Petition for Additional Compensation Due.  The Industrial Accident Board agreed with our position that the claimant had incurred an 8% permanent impairment to his thoracic spine and a 21% permanency impairment to his cervical spine.  The defense doctor rated our client with a 7% impairment to the…

Lamborn v. Business Move Solutions, Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful at the Industrial Accident Board when the Board awarded worker’s compensation benefits for one of its clients.  The Claimant was an installation supervisor for a modular office furniture company.  The Claimant injured himself on August 19, 2011 while dismantling office furniture.  He felt pain in his neck and…

Knotts v. Service Transport Group

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining an award on behalf of our client when the Industrial Accident Board agreed that his recent back injury was causally related to the original accident of September 5, 2002.  Our client was injured when a large garage door fell on his foot necessitating the amputation of…

Blanco v. Brandywine Apartments

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in defending a Petition to Terminate our client’s lost wage claim.  Our client was injured on October 31, 2007.  He originally injured his left knee, which was deemed compensable by the insurance company.  However, our client’s left leg gave out on him in January of 2010 which caused…

Kutney v. Pizza Properties of Delaware

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining an award from the Industrial Accident Board wherein the Board ordered the worker’s compensation insurance company to pay for ongoing psychiatric treatment of the Claimant.  The Claimant was stabbed in the chest and the victim of a robbery while making a pizza delivery.  The Claimant was…

Marley v. Pathmark Stores, Inc.

Frederick S. Freibott was recently successful in retaining his client’s total disability benefits in a case where the Claimant was injured on June 3, 2005.  On May 14, 2010, the Claimant’s neurosurgeon, Dr. Rastogi, performed an anterior cervical discectomy and total disk arthroplasty at the C5-C6 cervical level.  Her treating surgeon provided an opinion that…

Reed v. Union Wholesale

Frederick S. Freibott was recently successful in obtaining an award from the Industrial Accident Board which held that the insurance company’s worker’s compensation Utilization Review was wrong and ordered the worker’s compensation carrier to pay for the Claimant’s subsequent surgery.  The Claimant was injured in 2007 and underwent a double level spinal fusion in August…

Hiester v. Christiana Care Health Services

The Freibott Law Firm recently obtained a very favorable decision at the Industrial Accident Board whereby it awarded our client a 33% impairment to her cervical spine.  Our client was injured on March 21, 2005 while working for the Christiana Hospital.  Her injury ultimately resulted in surgery to her neck, and, without an attorney at…