Posted by RahaimSaints on August 24, 2016 | Personal Injury
Every death can feel like a wrongful death. It can be frustrating and upsetting to lose someone you love. However, in some cases in Delaware, families have the right to pursue a wrongful death claim â€” generally because someone’s negligence has led to a fatality.
A common cause of wrongful death claims has to do with medical malpractice. When doctors, nurses and other healthcare practitioners are negligent or reckless when providing care, they may be charged if a death occurs as a result of their actions. Wrongful death claims from medical malpractice causes are meant to give families closure and are meant to provide families with financial compensation for the loss of a loved one. Compensation from this type of claim can pay for final medical expenses, funerals, lost wages and other costs a bereaved family will generally face.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on August 22, 2016 | Divorce, Family Law
If you have been paying alimony for years, you are more than likely wondering when you will no longer have to do so. While there are ways your alimony could be eliminated, youâ€™ll need the help of a seasoned lawyer for the best chance of having this burden removed for good.
What is Alimony?
Once a divorce becomes final, alimony is the financial support provided on a regular basis from one ex-spouse to the other. There are several factors that go into determining how much alimony must be paid and for how long. One of the most important is the length of the marriage. If you were married for 20 years or more, for instance, you may have to pay alimony for as long as your ex-spouse lives.…
Posted by RahaimSaints on August 17, 2016 | Personal Injury, Uncategorized
A spinal injury in Delaware can be devastating. It can affect your emotions, your finances, your mobility, your relationships and your ability to earn a wage. You may never be able to return to your hobbies or even your career. Some friends may start to feel uncomfortable around you and you may experience severe mood swings or even depression.
There is help available, however. If you are coping with spinal injuries, there are a few steps you can take to start rebuilding your life:
1) Talk to your doctor and other members of your medical team.
The medical professionals taking care of your spinal cord injury have information about dealing with your condition. If you’re struggling with the emotional effects of your injury, for example, or are having trouble solving the logistics of cleaning, cooking and other basic tasks, talk to your doctor or healthcare providers.…