Wilmington Delaware Attorneys at 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.

Featured Cases

  • 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

  • Civil Law


    Procedural

    Barlow v. Finegan, --- A.3d ----, 2013 WL 5469981

    The Delaware Supreme Court Determines That All Settlements Of Tort Claims Involving Minors Must Be Approved By The Court Exercising Independent Judicial Determination Regarding The Fairness Of The Settlement.
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    Tags: Civil; Procedural

  • Workers' Compensation


    General Practice

    Martin v. Delaware Home & Hospital, No. 232, 2013 (Del. Supr.) (ORDER).

    The Supreme Court affirmed two Superior Court decisions regarding Claimant’s discovery violation and eligibility for total disability benefits.
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    Tags: Workers' Compensation; General Practice; Total Disability

  • Civil Law


    Evidence

    Walters v. State Farm Mut. Auto. Ins. Co., N12C-01-019 JRJ (Del. Super. May 1, 2013)

    Following a motor vehicle accident, Plaintiff filed a PIP claim with his insurer, State Farm, seeking lost wages with a verification from his Pipefitters union that they had 100% job placement and that the standard rate of pay was $31.86/hour and full benefits were $69.13/hour. As a part of his PIP claim, Plaintiff received $63,000.00 in lost wages.
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    Tags: Civil Law; Evidence; UM/UIM;

  • Civil Law


    Insurance Law

    Bernal v. Feliciano, N12C-09-062 MJB (Del. Super. May 1, 2013).

    The Plaintiff filed a suit for personal injuries resulting from a motor vehicle accident with Defendant. Following the accident, the Plaintiff (Spanish-speaking) and Plaintiff's daughter (bilingual) negotiated a settlement amount of $410.00 with Defendant's insurer, Erie Insurance.
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    Tags: Civil Law; Insurance Law