Attorney Jeffrey S. Friedman joined Silverman, McDonald & Friedman in 2001. He graduated from Widener University School of Law, and is admitted to practice law in Delaware and Pennsylvania, and in several Federal Circuit courts. He areas of concentration include auto accident and workers’ compensation cases. Read more about Attorney Friedman here.
Posts by Jeffrey S. Friedman
Accidents Involving Hazardous Materials Can Lead to More Serious Injuries
In the wake of the devastating East Palestine chemical spill, attention has been drawn to the risks involved with living near chemical plants or where those chemicals are transported. Everyone has the right to live in a safe, toxin-free environment. However, living in an area where serious chemicals come into play can be very dangerous,…Read More
“Transportation Incidents” Are Killing Workers Across the Country
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recently released numbers from 2021 proving that workplace fatalities are not decreasing—they are actually getting worse. If you were injured or if your loved one was killed in a workplace accident, talk to the Delaware workers’ compensation attorneys at Silverman, McDonald, & Friedman in Newark, Wilmington, and Seaford…Read More
Delaware State University Athletes Injured in Charter Bus Accident
Getting into a bus accident can be scary, especially when you are not sure what to do next. At Silverman, McDonald & Friedman, we understand the difficulties that come along with navigating an accident; and we can help make the process of seeking compensation for your pain and suffering just a little easier. Call us…Read More
What Are My Options If the Other Driver Doesn’t Have Enough Insurance?
If you were injured in a car accident, talk to the car accident attorneys at Silverman, McDonald, & Friedman in Newark, Wilmington, and Seaford today. It can be difficult to navigate a complicated claim like this on your own, so be sure to seek experienced counsel as soon as possible. Getting into an accident is…Read More
Will My Second Job Affect My Workers’ Compensation Claim?
If you got hurt on the job, talk to the Delaware workers’ compensation attorneys at Silverman, McDonald, & Friedman in Newark, Wilmington, and Seaford. It can be confusing to file a workers’ compensation claim in Delaware, so you should always seek experienced counsel. When you get injured on the job in Delaware, you are entitled…Read More
What Are the Most Common Back Injuries from Car Accidents?
If you have recently been involved in a car accident and sustained injuries to your back, Silverman, McDonald & Friedman wants to help. Please contact one of our offices in Newark, Wilmington, or Seaford today to learn more. When a person has been involved in a car accident, they may immediately notice their back is…Read More
What Is an Independent Medical Exam?
If you need assistance with filing a workers’ compensation claim or have questions about a request for an independent medical exam, call our workers’ compensation attorneys at Silverman, McDonald & Friedman. We serve the entire state of Delaware, with offices in Wilmington, Newark, and Seaford. If you have recently been injured on the job and…Read More
Another Self-Driving Tesla Was Blamed for a Multi-Vehicle Crash
At Silverman, McDonald & Friedman, we are aware of the many wrecks occurring across the country involving self-driving vehicles. We know that it is frustrating when you have been in a car accident that could have been avoided if these vehicles were properly manufactured. If this is the case for you, please do not hesitate…Read More
Burn Injuries: When Should I Treat at Home and When Should I Go to the ER?
Everyone experiences some type of minor burn injury now and then. Most people have experienced sunburn on hot summer days. Just holding a too-hot beverage can cause a minor irritation of the skin. Some burn injuries can be handled at home with standard treatments. Other burn injuries are so severe that victims can’t breathe and…Read More
Blast Injuries and Workers’ Compensation
A blast injury is a physical trauma caused by an explosion that directly or indirectly affects an individual. Blast injuries can damage many parts of the body. They can cause a traumatic brain injury, a traumatic amputation, burns, internal organ damage, lung damage, broken bones, hearing loss, and vision loss. If you experienced a blast…Read More