We Specialize in Delaware Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, Criminal and Divorce Law
Whether you're dealing with a financial hardship, the effects of a criminal charge such as a DUI, the dissolution of your marriage or an injury from an auto accident, we can fight to protect your assets, rights and freedom. We will also work tirelessly to secure any financial compensation you're entitled to receive.
Hurt in an Accident? Let Us Deal With the Insurance Companies
There are many common types of accidents leading to serious injury and legal claims:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Pedestrian accidents
- Workplace incidents
- Truck accidents
- Negligent security incidents
- Slip and fall accidents
- Injuries resulting from medical care
What do all of these incidents have in common? In many of these cases, someone’s negligence or recklessness may have contributed to your injuries, even if you did nothing wrong. For example, in a car accident, you may have been obeying all the road rules only to find yourself injured in a collision because another motorist was driving while drunk or distracted. In cases where you’re hurt by someone else’s recklessness or negligence, the law allows you to pursue a legal claim against the negligent party’s insurance company.
If you were hurt at work or in a car accident, it's normal to assume your insurance company will cover your medical expenses. Unfortunately, many people discover that their insurers are only willing to pay a fraction of their medical bills.
This doesn't mean your insurance company shouldn't pay — what it actually means is you need legal professionals with personal injury experience to deal with the insurance companies and fight for what you deserve to receive. Insurance companies are focused on making a profit, and this means they are often reluctant to pay out the full amount possible in each case. At the same time, medical expenses can be quite high, so if you don’t get the insurance money you deserve, you could end up with overwhelming debt. Rahaim & Saints understands this difficult situation, and we routinely go to work on behalf of plaintiffs who have been injured. Our goal is to seek justice and fair compensation for individuals have been injured in Delaware.
Have you been injured at work? The laws governing worker’s compensation are far from simple. Often, they were designed to protect employers’ interests first, leaving those injured with the burden to defend their right to compensation. That’s where we come in.
For over two decades, Rahaim & Saints have been representing clients in worker’s compensation and personal injury matters. We fight aggressively for the compensation needed to rebuild your life and secure a better future. Whether you need a back injury lawyer, an auto accident attorney or a wrongful death lawyer in Delaware, contact Rahaim & Saints. Our personal injury lawyer specializes in building cases and can aggressively represent the best interests of clients in front of judges.Contact Attorney Sheldon Saints
Get Help Navigating the Complexities of a Criminal Case
While driving under the influence (DUI) is considered a misdemeanor, being convicted could mean serious penalties with lifelong consequences. From large fines and losing your license to jail time, a DUI conviction can hurt your career, negatively affect your quality of life and more. If you have been charged with a DUI, contact Rahaim & Saints for a DUI attorney with extensive experience.
Our criminal attorneys in Delaware have been representing clients charged with all types of criminal offenses for over 20 years. From fraud, shoplifting, and disorderly conduct to the most serious charges — such as domestic assault and vehicular homicide — the criminal defense and drunk driving lawyer at Rahaim & Saints can help you get your charges dismissed. We may also be able to help you strike a plea that protects your future and assets, or effectively argue your case against a judge.
Let Us Help if You’ve Been Charged With a Crime
Our team represents Delaware clients against a range of criminal charges, including:
- Underage Drinking
- Traffic Charges
- Driving with a Suspended License or No License
- Hit and Run
- Unregistered Vehicles
- Juvenile Charges
- Road Rage and Aggressive Driving
- Traffic Tickets
- Speeding Tickets
- Assault and Battery
- Disorderly Conduct
- Trespassing, Breaking and Entering, and Burglary or Shoplifting
- Drug Charges
- Domestic Violence
- Probation Violations
- Identity Theft
- Sex Crimes and Sexual Assault
Criminal charges may be brought against you falsely and you may need aggressive representation to clear your name and prove your innocence. Attorney Andrew Rahaim and his legal team work with investigators, paralegals and other professionals to mount the strongest defense and to help uncover any inconsistencies in the evidence against you. For example, if a DUI test has been administered incorrectly and this results in a false positive, our team can seek evidence to clear your name.
If you have made a mistake and need legal representation, our team of professionals can also represent you so you have the fairest chance in court to protect your future. It’s important to remember in these instances that every American has a legal right to due process and to fair treatment under the law. With representation from Rahaim & Saints, you can rest easy knowing your rights are being aggressively protected.
A criminal charge can throw your personal and professional life into turmoil. If you want to work with attorneys who have experience dealing with criminal cases like a DUI and will be able to explain your options throughout this process, get in touch with us to discuss your case and what we can do as your criminal defense team.Contact Attorney Andrew Rahaim
Bankruptcy Can Mean a New Beginning
Over one and a half million Americans file for bankruptcy each year, and medical bills are the most common reason individuals file for bankruptcy. If you or a family member had a serious medical emergency or chronic problem, the bills may simply be too much to handle. This can happen even if you have insurance.
While bankruptcy isn't the solution for every financial challenge, it can be the right option for taking control of your financial future. By contacting us for a consultation, we'll be able to evaluate your specific situation and provide our opinion on whether bankruptcy or another avenue is the right path to go down.
Many people see bankruptcy as a financial disaster, but this legal process actually protects you. Bankruptcy is simply a legal process that lets you reach an agreement with your creditors when you cannot repay what you owe. During a bankruptcy, your credit rating will be lowered and you may have to sell off some of your assets — but you will also get a chance to protect some of your biggest assets, such as your house or retirement accounts, so you can protect your future. Once you file your bankruptcy, you immediately stop repossession, collection and foreclosure action. After your bankruptcy is complete, many of your qualifying debt will be eliminated so you can focus on rebuilding your finances.
You have two options if you decide to file for bankruptcy. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is usually used for unsecured debts like credit cards, and it can eliminate some of what you owe. You need to meet certain income limits to qualify. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often used for mortgage, spousal support, child support debts and for those who don’t qualify for Chapter 7. Chapter 13 bankruptcy rearranges your debts and makes them more affordable rather than just forgiving them. If you’d like to explore your bankruptcy options or need representation or help with the process, contact Rahaim & Saints for a consultation.
Our bankruptcy lawyer, Tiffany Poole, has extensive experience in all matters of financial concern — from chapter 7 and Chapter 13 to child support, credit card debt and medical bill relief. When your future is being threatened by mounting bills and uncertainty, contact the bankruptcy attorney in Delaware who will take the time to listen to your unique situation.Contact Attorney Tiffany Poole
Protect Yourself From Being Blindsided During a Divorce
Even if a divorce starts out on friendly grounds, there's always a chance that it will take a negative turn. Because your financial assets and family rights are on the line, it's a good idea to protect yourself from the very beginning. We will work to protect you throughout the course of your divorce, as well as represent your best interests in all negotiations.Contact Us For Help With Your Divorce Case
If you're facing a legal matter and want to work with Delaware attorneys who have always provided personalized service to their clients, call us today at 302-832-1800 - Newark Location or 302-892-9200 - Wilmington Location for a free Personal Injury, Bankruptcy, or Criminal/DUI case analysis or a low cost divorce case analysis.