“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
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 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
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
What Happens to My Workers’ Compensation If I Get Laid Off?
If you are laid off before, during, or after an injury you sustained at your workplace, you should be able to retain your workers’ compensation benefits, though it may prove to be a little complicated. That is why you should contact the workers’ compensation attorneys at Silverman, McDonald & Friedman, with services available in Seaford,…Read More
What Documentation Do I Need for My Workers’ Compensation Claim?
If you’ve been in any type of workplace accident, you likely have a lot of questions. Which doctors will my employer allow me to see? What amount of compensation can I claim? Can I be forced to return to work before I’m fully healthy? You don’t want to worry about all these details when you…Read More
Am I Required to Release My Medical Records for a Workers’ Compensation Claim?
The Delaware workers’ compensation team at Silverman, McDonald & Friedman is dedicated to protecting their clients’ rights when they have been injured on the job. We offer free consultations in Wilmington, Seaford, and Newark to review your case and answer your questions. During the course of filing your claim for workers’ compensation, depending on the…Read More
Filing a Workers’ Compensation Claim in Delaware
Were you injured on the job in Delaware and unsure of the workers’ compensation process? The attorneys at Silverman, McDonald & Friedman discuss the process of filing a claim and the importance of having experienced representation on your side Contact us in Newark, Seaford, or Wilmington to get started. It is not enough to simply…Read More
What Injuries Happen from Common Warehouse Accidents?
Were you injured while working at your job in a warehouse? Workers’ compensation can help you recover. If you have questions about your claim, Silverman, McDonald & Friedman can help. Schedule a free consultation with us in Seaford, Newark, or Wilmington today. Working in a warehouse is not easy. Constantly moving, whether it is walking…Read More
Can I Get Workers’ Compensation for Anxiety?
Are you unable to perform your job because of mental anxiety at work? Workers’ compensation is there to help you recover. If you are having trouble receiving your benefits, Silverman, McDonald & Friedman can help. Schedule a free consultation with us in Seaford, Newark, or Wilmington today. We know that if we break an arm…Read More