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”…

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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…

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Lebo v. Carrillo, and Performance Food Group Company

The Freibott Law Firm secured a large settlement in a matter involving a very serious injury wherein our client was a passenger of a car driven by her fiancé.  The fiancé was traveling on a poorly lit road at night when he was confronted by a tractor trailer that had proceeded to stop perpendicular to…

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Palmer v. Fox Rothchild, LLP

Frederick S. Freibott recently won a case where his client was awarded the compensability of a shoulder injury two years after her original date of injury.  The doctors in this case treated the Claimant for a neck injury to which she underwent an anterior cervical diskectomy on May 26, 2006.  Many of her symptoms resolved;…

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Millius v. King s. Tillman and Swift Transportation Company

The Freibott Law Firm proceeded to a mediation in a case involving our client wherein he was traveling in the right hand of Rt. 896 north bound near that road’s intersection, Rt. 71, when the defendant tractor trailer driver made a left hand turn across our client’s lane of traffic without yielding the right of…

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Tovar v. Balakhani

FREDRICK S. FREIBOTT secured a very large settlement on behalf of his clients when he successfully argued in the Superior Court of Delaware that the parents of the son who killed his client’s husband were also liable based upon a new, and modern, interpretation regarding the law of negligent entrustment.  The parents loaned money to…

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Ward v. Bond Transfer Company, C.A.

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in securing a large settlement against a Maryland trucking company when its driver caused a serious collision on I 495 outside of Wilmington, DE.  The impact of the collision caused serious personal injuries to our client, which included a serious neck injury which resulted in a fusion surgery to…

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Ridgaway v. U.S. Express Enterprises

The Freibott Law Firm was able to secure a very large settlement on behalf of our client after a Nevada defendant trucking company and its driver caused serious injuries to our client.  The injuries consisted of a neck injury and a back injury necessitating surgery to both areas of her body.  The settlement consisted of…

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Robinson v. Wilmington Housing Authority

The Freibott Law Firm was successful in front of the Industrial Accident Board when the Board awarded compensation benefits for one of our clients who was injured as a result of an accident where the defense, as alleged by the Employer(Wilmington Housing Authority) that our client was engaged in horseplay at the time of the…

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Eskin v. Carden

FREDERICK S. FREIBOTT successfully argued in The Superior Court of Delaware and The Supreme Court of Delaware that an insurance company’s biomechanical expert should not be allowed to testify against his client as the named expert’s opinion was based upon speculation because, as the Courts held, the expert “apparently consistent with others in his ‘field’…

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