Frequently Asked Questions
Below are frequently asked questions related to personal injury law in Delaware.
Car & Truck Accident FAQs
- Delaware Car Accident Law – Driver Failed to Yield the Right of Way
- Winter Driving Auto Accident Lawsuits in Delaware
- Cell Phone Use – Not the Only Type of Distracted Driving in Delaware
- Car Accidents in Delaware – Should You Hire a Car Accident Lawyer?
- Hurt in a Car Accident in Wilmington? Learn the Basics of Delaware Car Accident Lawsuits Part Two
- Delaware Superior Court upholds admissibility of blood alcohol testing obtained by consensual blood draw conducted in a police station in felony DUI and Vehicular Assault case. Distinguishes State v. Crespo
- On February 2, 2009,Delaware Superior Court Judge Jerome O. Herlihy dismissed Plaintiff’s malicious prosecution claim against Kohl’s Department Stores, Inc., holding, as a matter of law, that Kohl’s had “probable cause” to have Plaintiff arrested.
- Judge William C. Carpenter, Jr., in a January 30, 2009, decision grants Additur of $8,050.00 to one Plaintiff and denies new trial or additur to second plaintiff, in same Delaware motor vehicle accident, where a Delaware Superior Court jury had failed to
- In summary judgment opinion in Roberts v. DP&L, Superior Court Judge Robert B. Young eviserates Delaware Wrongful Death Statute
- On November 13, 2008, The Honorable Richard R. Cooch, a judge of the Delaware Superior Court, dismissed plaintiff’s personal injury motor vehicle lawsuit for Plaintiff’s failure to provide a competent medical expert witness’s opinion on causation.