Use a Professional When Filing Workers’ Compensation Claims in Delaware
Trusted Seaford, New Castle and Wilmington work injury attorneys
Filing a workers’ compensation claim in Delaware is not a simple task. Many aspects of the process can derail your claim if they are not completed properly and promptly, so it makes sense to consult with a knowledgeable workers’ compensation attorney who will review your case and advise you on the options available to you. It’s best not try to take on a workers’ comp claim on your own and without the guidance of a trusted legal advocate.
At Silverman, McDonald & Friedman, you benefit from our more than 100 years of combined legal experience and our proven record of results when you need help with your Delaware workers’ compensation claim. Our lawyers walk you through the process, making sure that all of the necessary filings are made on time and according to requirements. We work with you to determine the best way to meet your legal needs and provide you with competent legal counsel. Because we have offices in New Castle, Wilmington and Seaford, Silverman, McDonald & Friedman is always close by when you have a question or a concern about your claim.
We advocate for your rights
While filing a workers’ compensation claim may be all new to you, we have helped hundreds of people obtain the benefits they deserve. As workers’ compensation lawyers, it’s our job protect your legal rights and shield you from any potentially negative consequences that can occur once you have claimed a workplace injury. Here’s what else we do for you:
- Offer you three safe and secure offices in New Castle, Seaford and Wilmington, where we can discuss strategies for moving forward
- Evaluate whether you will have a permanent partial disability or a permanent total disability
- Communicate with your employer and their insurance company on your behalf
- Protect you from an employer’s attempt to terminate your employment
- Appeal an adverse independent medical examiner’s report
- Help you to possibly obtain a larger settlement than you might be able to get on your own
- File a third-party personal injury claim when appropriate
- Make sure it’s a fair fight by evening the playing field
The state will provide a worker’s compensation specialist to guide you through the process of filing the petition. That person will answer any questions you have about the hearing process. However, if the case goes to a hearing, you must arrange for medical witnesses and schedule depositions prior to the hearing date. That is work best done by an attorney. Do not rely on a specialist employed by the Office of Workers’ Compensation to guide you. Let us help you instead.
Let our team of Delaware workers’ compensation attorneys fight for you
Contact the offices of Silverman McDonald & Friedman today for a free consultation to discuss your Delaware workers’ compensation claim. If you are unable to travel to our office, we will meet with you at your home. You can reach us toll-free at 302-888-2900 or fill out our contact form. We provide workers’ compensation legal services throughout Delaware from our offices in New Castle, Wilmington and Seaford.