Reyes v. City of Wilmington

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of its clients.  The client was originally injured in February of 2010 while working for the City of Wilmington.  The client’s original injuries consisted of a neck injury and a back injury for which she has had surgery to each…

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Bell v. Breeding & Day

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case in front of the Industrial Accident Board.  Our client was injured on August 19, 2013 when he was working for a HVAC company and was lying on his side in a confined space, trying to pull a motor assembly out.  As he was yanking…

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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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Foreman v. Interstate Brands Corp.

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting its Petition for Disfigurement on behalf of one of our clients.  The worker’s compensation insurance company provided a single offer for our client’s scarring and disfigurement claim and would not raise its offer at any point during the negotiations.  Accordingly, our firm filed a Petition for…

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Richardson v. La-Z-Boy

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a claim on behalf of one of its clients wherein the claimant alleged that he was injured much more severely than the employer believed and that he was entitled to more worker’s compensation benefits than what had been offered. Our client was injured when a sofa…

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Cibrian-Montiel v. DOW Chemical

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of its clients when it alleged that the client injured her knee from the repetitive use of operating machinery while working at DOW Chemical.  The Freibott Law Firm was able to convince the Industrial Accident Board that the client often…

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Carter v. Arbors at New Castle

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in defending our client from a Termination Petition in the case of Carter v. Arbors at New Castle.  Our client injured herself on March 6, 2012 when she was working as a certified nursing assistant.  Our client injured her back and the employer acknowledged the work injury.  However,…

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Shockley v. New Castle County Head Start, Inc.

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in its prosecution of a case in front of the Industrial Accident Board wherein our client injured herself at work and the injury was denied by her employer.  On the date of the injury, our client was working as a teacher at New Castle County Head Start when she…

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Brittingham v. Delaware Supermarkets

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in prosecuting a case on behalf of one of its clients at the Industrial Accident Board.  Our client injured her low back when she was lifting heavy boxes of frozen chicken onto a table to be taken out into the store.  When she was lifting one of the…

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Barlow v. N. Barton & Associates

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in a recent worker’s compensation case wherein our client was injured in January of 2012 when he was attempting to remove a 40 foot extension ladder off of a truck on a windy day and injured his back.  The estimated weight of the ladder was 140 pounds.  The interesting…

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