Help for Overdoses in Delaware

Overdose deaths are high across the nation and in Delaware.  According to the CDC web site, “Nearly 841,000 people have died since 1999 from a drug overdose. In 2019, 70,630 drug overdose deaths occurred in the United States.”  This reflects an increase of more than 4% from 2018.  More than 70% of those deaths involved the
Transcript: The laws of every state are a little bit different. No two states have identical laws when it comes to injury claims. One particular example in Delaware that a lawyer from another state may not appreciate is that in Delaware, if you’re injured and you’re from California, Maryland, wherever, and your own insurance company

Driving on Delaware Roads

Do you have to drive in Delaware?  You’re not alone. Today’s Delaware traffic gives a whole new meaning to the term “defensive driving.” Many of the roads in Delaware are currently under construction and to quote from a song by Tod Chappelle, comedy guitarist, titled “I’m From Delaware:”             “Traffic’s bad out there, man; I
The Combined Campaign for Justice (CCJ) raises funds each year to provide operating support for Delaware’s three civil legal aid organizations: Community Legal Aid Society, Inc. (CLASI) Delaware Volunteer Legal Services, Inc. (DVLS) Legal Services Corporation of Delaware (LSCD) These organizations provide free legal services to Delaware’s most vulnerable citizens – people who are poor,