Mr. Carmine represented a young woman injured in a work accident in 1999.
Attorney Potter represented a client who suffered from amnesia after a trucking accident. The client was offered a low settlement amount initially, but at trial Mr. Potter successfully recovered over one million dollars in damages.
Attorney Potter represented a client in a jury trial and successfully helped them receive hundreds of thousands of dollars in disability pension benefits.
Fighting For Financial Security From Day One
After an accident, injury victims’ finances can take a turn for the worst. Victims often must take time off work, making it difficult to keep up with the piling medical bills and day-to-day expenses. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Delaware’s Leading Injury Attorneys
Our Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Practice
At Law Offices Kenneth F. Carmine, P.A. and Stephen B. Potter, Esquire, LLC, we have a team of attorneys who can go to bat for you. If you were injured and it was another person’s fault, damages are not only possible but probable. If you sustained a work injury – no matter who is at fault – you may also be entitled to receive compensation. Our attorneys have successfully recovered damages for clients, including, but not limited to:
- Medical bills
- Costs of future medical care
- Rehabilitation services
- Wage replacement
- Disability benefits
- Property damage
- Funeral and burial expenses
In some instances, workers who are injured on the job may also have personal injury claims. We can assist with third-party liability claims and fight for compensation.
Unlike workers’ compensation claims, you may also be entitled to recover damages for emotional distress and pain and suffering in personal injury cases.
You do not have to continue living your life as a victim. Our law firm can change the outcome and be your voice to obtain justice.
Meet Our Team
At Law Offices Kenneth F. Carmine, P.A. and Stephen B. Potter, Esquire, LLC, we also have a dedicated team of legal assistants and paralegals supporting both attorneys.