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February 3, 2020

Total traffic deaths have increased from 2019, a new Delaware Police analysis shows. The data is collected from the first two weeks of January, and may set the tone for the upcoming year.

Total traffic deaths have increased from 6 individuals to 8, an unfortunate uptick that may be partially accredited to lack of seat belt use, as shown below:

This statistic includes teen Jordan Tate, who passed awa...

May 7, 2019

A common misconception following a car crash is to immediately take legal action against the at-fault driver. Personal Injury Protection, better known as PIP, is “no-fault” coverage and required in most states. No fault coverage means that regardless of which driver was at fault, medical expenses and lost wages for all occupants in your car may be covered by insurance.

PIP coverage pays medical exp...

January 24, 2019

From 2003 - 2012 there were 427 people killed in crashes involving drunk drivers in Delaware. Nationally, one in three traffic deaths in the United States involves a drunk driver.

June 18, 2018

Attorney O’Neill goes on to explain the sacrifice of commuting a case. Delaware’s injured workers’ are entitled to seven basic rights under the Workers’ Compensation law. Medical expenses, temporary total wage disability (TTD), mileage reimbursement, scarring and disfigurement benefits, permanent impairment benefits, partial disability benefit, or potentially permanent total disability benefit. Co...

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