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

    Kapa v. City of Wilmington, IAB No. 1406213 (July 18, 2014).

    Firefighter’s hearing loss claim barred by statute of limitations and not causally related to his employment.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Causation; Statute of Limitations

  • Workers' Compensation


    Termination

    Burkovich v. Haines Fabrication & Machine, IAB No. 1360672 (Oct. 8, 2014).

    On remand from the Superior Court, the Board reversed a previous decision and found that the claimant is not a displaced worker.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Termination; Partial Disability

  • Workers' Compensation


    General Practice

    Kollock v. Allen Harim Foods, LLC, C.A. No.: S14A-06-002 (Del. Super. Oct. 7, 2014).

    The Superior Court holds that there is no reason to distinguish between “probationary” and “regular” hourly rates in calculating average weekly wage for an employee who worked for eighteen weeks before she was injured at work.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; General Practice

  • Civil Law


    Negligence

    Broadway v. Rogers, Del. C.P., C.A. No. CPU4-13-003479, Smalls, J. (Oct. 1, 2014) (ORDER)

    Court of Common Pleas Awards Pro Se Plaintiff Damages for Costs Incurred as a Result of Execution of Warrant Directed at Defendant
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    Tags: Civil; Negligence; Damages

  • Civil Law


    Arbitration Agreement

    Elia v. Hertrich Family of Auto. Dealerships, 2013 WL 6606054 (Del. Super. Ct. Dec. 13, 2013); aff’d Del. October 23, 2014.

    Delaware Superior Court determines that it lacks Subject Matter Jurisdiction where the parties entered into a valid and enforceable agreement to arbitrate; Supreme Court affirms. read more...


    Tags: Civil; Arbitration Agreement; Subject Matter Jurisdiction; Magnuson Moss Warranty Act

  • Civil Law


    Experts

    Watunya v. Siena, et al., C.A. No. N12C-02-118 CEB (Del. Super. Ct. Aug. 27, 2014)

    Superior Court grant Motion in Limine to exclude proposed testimony of Plaintiff’s medical expert for failure to produce a narrative report
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    Tags: Civil Law; Experts; Procedural

  • Civil Law


    Insurance

    Kelty v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., 2014 WL 3057887 (Del. Super. Ct. May 28, 2014)

    Superior Court holds that insurance policy exclusion violates Delaware public policy
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    Tags: Civil Law; Insurance Law; Personal Injury Protection/PIP

  • Workers' Compensation


    Course & Scope

    Gondek v. Easy Money Group, C.A. No.: N13A-04-008 FSS (Del. Super. Ct. Dec. 27, 2013).

    The Industrial Accident Board denied Claimant’s Petition to Determine Compensation Due, concluding that her injury occurred outside the course and scope of her employment. On appeal, the Superior Court affirmed the Board’s decision.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Course and Scope; Compensability;

  • Workers' Compensation


    Medical Expenses

    Christopher v. Joseph T. Hardy & Sons, IAB No.: 1318548 (Dec. 9, 2013).

    The Industrial Accident Board denied Claimant's Petition to Determine Additional Compensation Due and concluded that a proposed lumbar fusion surgery was not reasonable and necessary.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Medical Expenses; Compensability;

  • Civil Law


    Personal Injury Protection/PIP

    State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co. v. Davis, 2013 WL 5878439 (Del. Nov. 1, 2013)

    This case involved an automobile accident in 2009, which resulted in the Plaintiff sustaining serious injuries. While in a coma, Plaintiff’s mother executed a revocable assignment of insurance benefits in favor of Christiana Care, which authorized the health care facility to seek payment directly from State Farm, Plaintiff’s PIP insurer.
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    Tags: Civil; Personal Injury Protection/PIP; Insurance Law

  • Workers' Compensation


    Medical Expenses

    Wyatt v. Rescare Home Care, 2013 WL 6097901, --- A.3d --- (Del. Nov. 20, 2013)

    The Delaware Supreme Court holds that medical treatment performed by a non-certified medical provider, which is not preauthorized, is not compensable under the Delaware workers’ compensation statute.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; Medical Expenses