Legal Help After a Serious Personal Injury
If you were badly hurt or a loved one died in an accident or through another’s negligence, it may take aggressive legal representation from an experienced personal injury lawyer to get you the financial compensation you need to pay medical bills and to compensate you for lost wages and your pain and suffering.
The Delaware law firm of Woloshin, Lynch & Associates represents accident and personal injury victims statewide. Our attorneys can represent you in settlement negotiations, mandatory ADR (alternative dispute resolution) and at trial in a full range of personal injury cases, such as:
Motor vehicle accidents (car, truck, motorcycle, auto-pedestrian and auto-bicycle)
Slip and fall and related accidents resulting in serious injury, also known as premises liability cases Catastrophic injury to the brain or spinal cord resulting in permanent disability
Serious back injury (such as slipped, herniated or ruptured discs) that requires surgery or results in prolonged inability to work and impacts quality of life
Amputation or loss of function in an arm, leg, hand or foot
We also handle third-party personal injury claims on behalf of workers who have suffered a job-related injury caused by the negligence of a co-worker, contractor or subcontractor. To discuss your case in a free initial consultation with an experienced trial lawyer, please contact our offices in Wilmington and Middletown today.
Experienced Representation in Wrongful Death Cases
The loss of a loved one in a fatal accident can devastate the entire family. It is said that time heals all wounds, but what about justice for your loved one? The team at Woloshin, Lynch & Associates has extensive experience and a proven record of success in obtaining financial compensation and civil justice for families who have suffered the wrongful death of a loved one due to another’s negligence.
Mandatory Mediation After the Complaint Has Been Filed
Delaware law requires all personal injury and wrongful death law suits valued under $100,000 to ADR or enter into mediation conducted by a neutral lawyer. We are adept at advocating our clients’ interests in mediation. As trial attorneys, we also have the proven ability to take these cases to trial if a favorable settlement cannot be obtained.
To learn more about your rights and options in seeking full and fair compensation after a serious personal injury or the wrongful death of a loved one, please contact us today. Your initial consultation will be absolutely free and there will be no up-front legal fees. We only get paid when we obtain a financial settlement or trial award for our clients.
Experienced Representation for Delaware Car Accident Victims
If you were badly hurt in a car accident caused by another driver’s negligence, you have the right to seek full financial compensation for the harm you have suffered. At the Delaware law firm of Woloshin, Lynch & Associates, our lawyers have the proven skill and experience to help you obtain the money you need to pay for medical bills and to make up for the wages you have lost if an injury has kept you from working.
From offices in Wilmington and Middletown, our attorneys offer sound legal guidance and aggressive representation to victims of motor vehicle accidents of all kinds, including:
- Car accidents
- Truck and SW wrecks
- Commercial trucking accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- Auto-pedestrian and auto-bicycle accidents
- Fatal motor vehicle accidents and wrongful death claims
After a car accident, it is extremely important to seek legal counsel quickly. The insurance company is probably already working to limit the amount of money it may have to pay. You need a team of experienced and dedicated advocates working for your recovery. Contact us today.
Whose Fault Was It?
In many cases, it can be difficult to assign 100 percent of the blame for a car accident or another motor vehicle accident on one party. In fact, one of the common tactics insurance companies use to get out of paying on a claim is to shift the blame to the victim.
Delaware follows a rule known as comparative negligence in these cases. This means that as long as you were less than 51 percent responsible for the accident, you may still be able to recover damages in a personal injury claim or lawsuit.
Contact Woloshin, Lynch & Associates
To discuss your car accident case in a free consultation with an experienced personal injury trial lawyer, please contact our offices in Wilmington or Middletown today. There is no charge for the initial consultation and there will be no legal fees for you to pay until we obtain a financial settlement or jury award for you.
Fighting for the Full Workers’ Compensation Benefits You Deserve
If you were injured on the job, there is something you should know: You simply cannot rely on the workers’ compensation insurance company to treat you fairly. From the moment they are aware of your accident, they will almost certainly begin building a case against covering your injury. Why? They are a business. Their goal is to make money. They can’t make money if they pay every workers’ compensation claim.
You need to call an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer immediately. Don’t start negotiating. Don’t give away too much information. Don’t let the insurance company get away with denying your claim. Contact us now.
Experienced Delaware Workers’ Compensation Lawyers
At the Wilmington and Middletown offices of Woloshin, Lynch & Associates, our attorneys handle a full range of workers’ compensation claims on behalf of clients throughout Delaware. We can assist you in filing an initial claim, obtaining necessary medical documentation and challenging the insurance company’s attempts to minimize or deny claims related to a full range of on-the-job injuries, including:
- Traumatic injury in a workplace accident, including motor vehicle accidents that occur during the course of your job duties
- Carpal tunnel syndrome and other repetitive motion injuries
- Back injury such as slipped, ruptured or herniated disc and degenerative disc disorder Spinal cord injury resulting in paralysis
- Burns and scarring caused by workplace fire, electrocution or chemical exposure
In some cases, workers’ compensation insurance may simply not pay enough to take care of your needs. Depending upon the nature of the accident, it may be possible to file a personal injury claim against a negligent contractor, subcontractor or other third party who is liable for your injury due to negligence. We can help you explore all your options in obtaining the full and fair compensation you need after a serious or disabling on-the-job injury.
To discuss your case with an experienced workers’ compensation and workplace injury attorney at Woloshin, Lynch & Associates, please contact our offices in Wilmington or Middletown today.