It is anticipated that on June 1, Delaware courts will move to Phase 3 of the reopening plan.  Phase 3 permits increased public access to the courthouse subject to temperature checks, social distancing, mask-wearing, and increased capacity limits.  After a hiatus beginning in March 2020, jury trials are anticipated to resume in Phase 3.  It
Someone makes a claim for workers compensation and follows all of the rules and requirements for doing so. That person notifies the insurance company that they have an upcoming surgery and are unable to work pending surgery.  The insurance company delays and does not send a denial letter explaining a valid reason for the denial
Phil Edwards won a motion for summary judgment filed by American Zurich Insurance Company, seeking to dismiss Plaintiff’s claims for punitive damages.  In the case, Mr. Edwards represents a workers’ compensation claimant whose insurer refused to timely pay his medical bills.   Determining that there were enough facts to support a finding that American Zurich was
One of the many rites of passage for a teenager is being able to get their driver’s license. To the teen, driving gives them a new sense power and freedom; to be able get behind the wheel of a car and just GO. But, as the saying goes: “With great power comes great responsibility.” There