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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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Johnson v. Allen Family Foods

Frederick S. Freibott was recently successful in arguing that his client should be compensated for an injury she sustained to her thumb while working as a cook.  The client sustained an injury called a “trigger thumb” after she had been chopping meat for a cheese steak.  She developed a mass on a tendon in her…

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Zebley v. Delaware Motor Sales, Inc. and Wilmington College, Inc.

Frederick S. Freibott recently received a favorable award on behalf of his client who was injured when he fell down steps at work in December of 2006.  The Claimant underwent a total knee replacement as a result of the injury.  The employer denied that the knee replacement was related to a work related injury because…

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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…

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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…

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Harvey v. Johnson Controls

The Freibott Law Firm was recently successful in obtaining an award from the Industrial Accident Board when the Board agreed that our client had sustained Thoracic Outlet Syndrome to her left upper extremity as a result of her original work injury. The Claimant in this case was injured on January 28, 2009 and the parties…

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