Wilmington Delaware Law


With more than 40 years experience, Tybout, Redfearn & Pell specializes in civil litigation, workers compensation, and bankruptcy law in Wilmington Delaware. Tybout, Redfearn & Pell has experience in all areas of tort litigation, medical malpractice, products liability, workers compensation, construction litigation, municipal liability, civil rights, litigation involving insurers, alternative dispute resolution, delaware law, bankruptcy, labor law and professional licensing. Our Delaware law offices conveniently located in Wilmington, Delaware are a short ride from the surrounding Delaware, Pennslyvania, New Jersey and Maryland region.

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Tybout, Redfearn & Pell seeks attorney with 3+ years experience working in civil litigation law. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent growth opportunity. Send resume to:

Susan L. Hauske, Esquire
TR&P Law
P.O. Box 2092,
Wilmington, DE 19899

Featured Cases

  • Workers' Compensation


    Causation

    Edwards v. State of Delaware, IAB Hearing No. 1164832 (Nov. 14, 2014).

    The Board rejects a claimant’s theory that “adjacent segment degeneration,” resulting from a spinal fusion, can skip the adjacent level, and concludes that two low back surgeries at L2-3 were not causally related to four, prior compensable surgeries at L4-S1.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Causation; Medical Expenses

  • Workers' Compensation


    Causation

    Davis v. Christiana Care Health Servs., C.A. No. N14A-05-012 (Del. Super. Feb. 27, 2015).

    The Superior Court holds that an approved Medical Only Agreement specifying that an injury has resolved does not preclude a claimant from seeking benefits that may arise in the future.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Causation; General Practice; Permanent Impairment

  • Civil Law


    Insurance Law

    Davis v. State Farm Insurance Companies, Del. Super., C.A. No. N14C-02-250, Butler, J. (February 2, 2015) (Mem. Op.)

    Court Grants Insurance Company’s Motion for Summary Judgment after Plaintiff Fails to Submit Medical Expenses to the Carrier Within the Statute of Limitations
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    Tags: Civil Law; Insurance Law; Personal Injury Protection/PIP

  • Civil Law


    Civil Law

    Elijah N. Perkins v. Towne Dollar and Tobacco, LLC, t/a “The Hot Spot,” and Wail Ayoub, Del. Super., C.A. No. K13C-05-020, Witham, J. (Dec. 4, 2014) (Order)

    Superior Court Denies Employee and Employer’s Motion to Exclude Criminal Conviction as a Prior Bad Act
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    Tags: Civil; Evidence

  • Workers' Compensation


    Medical Expenses

    VanVliet v. D&B Transportation, --- A.3d ---, 2014 WL 6998114 (Del. Nov. 20, 2014).

    Relying upon Wyatt, the Supreme Court affirms a Superior Court decision holding that a Claimant is not entitled to reimbursement for costs of surgery performed by a physician who is not certified under Delaware’s workers’ compensation health care payment system.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Medical Expenses

  • Workers' Compensation


    Termination

    Campos v. Daisy Constr. Co., --- A.2d ----, 2014 WL 7011818 (Del. Nov. 13, 2014) .

    Undocumented worker’s immigration status, although a bar to employment, does not relieve Employers of their obligation to show job availability in the context of a termination petition.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Termination; Undocumented Workers

  • Civil Law


    Insurance Law

    Friel v. Hartford Fire Ins. Co., 2014 WL 1813293 (Del. Super. May 6, 2014) aff'd sub nom. Friel v. Hartford Fire Ins. Co. (Del. Jan. 28, 2015)

    Delaware Supreme Court Affirms Superior Court’s holding that Plaintiff was not eligible for Personal Injury Protection Payments where the vehicle was not an active accessory of the injury
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    Tags: Civil Law; Insurance Law; Personal Injury Protection/PIP

  • Civil Law


    Negligence

    Helm v. 206 Massachusetts Ave., LLC, --- A.2d ----, 2014 WL 7272771 (Del. 2014)

    Delaware Supreme Court Reverses Superior Court’s Grant of Summary Judgment Based on Comparative Negligence and Primary Assumption of the Risk
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    Tags: Civil Law; Negligence; Premises Law