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Frederick Freibott
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The Freibott Law Firm has been helping those injured in Delaware for over 24 years.
The Freibott Law Firm has been helping those injured in Delaware for over 24 years.

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Delaware Trucking Accident Attorneys
The Freibott Law Firm
(302) 633-9000
www.freibottlaw.com

Commercial or delivery vehicle accidents can be caused by a variety of factors. Poorly or improperly maintained vehicles or vehicles with defective equipment are common causes of courier truck accidents in Delaware. Common examples are balding tires that ultimately blowout while driving on the road. Defective products or equipment such as eroded brakes, is another common cause of these accidents. 

Driver or operator related causes are also very common. The driver being buzzed, drunk, drugged or intoxicated while driving is a very common driver related cause of Delaware Trucking Accidents. Driver fatigue is another common cause of trucking accidents. Also, due to technology advances inattentive, careless or negligent driving are also common causes of delivery vehicle accidents. Texting while driving and talking on a mobile phone while driving are common examples of inattentive or negligent driving.

You may be entitled to benefits, damages and financial compensation if you have been injured in a Delaware commercial vehicle accident. Contact Mr. Freibott today for a free case analysis.

http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20130516/NEWS15/130516003/Del-1-reopens-after-crash-injured-one-

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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, our client’s injuries became much worse over the next several months and consisted of at least one, if not two, herniated discs in her low back. The employer believed that she was able to return to full time, no restriction work as per their medical expert, Dr. Christian Fras. Our client’s medical expert, Dr. Stephen Beneck, testified that the claimant was only able to return to a part time job working four hours a day with restrictions. The Industrial Accident Board weighed the credibility of Dr. Fras versus that of Dr. Beneck and also adjudicated the credibility of our client accordingly. Accordingly, the Industrial Accident Board found Dr. Beneck to be credible and found that our client’s complaints of pain to her low back were credible and that she truly had injured herself seriously. The Industrial Accident Board found that our client was partially disabled and only able to return to work on a part time basis. The Industrial Accident Board awarded ongoing partial disability benefits; the reimbursement of our client’s medical expert fee; and an award of attorney’s fees. (Carter v. Arbors at New Castle, Hearing No. 1381231, Date of decision April 18, 2013)

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Single Vehicle Auto Accident Laws Delaware
The Freibott Law Firm
(302) 633-9000
www.freibottlaw.com

Many people think that if they are in a single vehicle auto accident that they are automatically at fault and have no rights. That may be the case sometimes but not always. The events and circumstances leading up to the accident determine whether or not you are entitled to benefits, damages and financial compensation.

Auto accidents involving only one vehicle can sometimes be caused by unsafe roads, hazardous driving conditions and or faulty automotive products. It makes sense to discuss your case with an experienced Delaware car accident lawyer at The Freibott Law Firm. They will explain all of your rights to you and identify any and all liable parties. Contact them today.

http://www.delawareonline.com/article/20130510/NEWS01/305100059/Corvette-crash-claims-life-of-37-year-old-man?source=nletter-breakingnews
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