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Injuries Due to Inadequate Lighting and Warnings in Delaware

In Delaware, the owner of commercial or residential property has certain duties with respect to persons who are invited onto the property. Owners must provide adequate lighting so that visitors do not suffer injury because of poor or limited visibility. In addition, owners must post reasonable warnings advising visitors of any known risks of injury. If you or someone you love has been hurt on someone else’s property because of dim lighting or dangerous conditions of which you were not aware, we can help seek full and fair compensation for all your losses.

At the office of Michael J. Hood, LLC, we have provided comprehensive counsel to personal injury victims in Delaware for more than three decades. We know the impact a personal injury can have on your life, and we understand how important it can be to get straight answers to all your questions. We will take all the time necessary to learn about your accident, as well as what you need to move forward, so that we can set realistic expectations about your likelihood of success. We will carefully assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case so that you can make practical decisions about how you want to proceed.

We offer the knowledge, skill, experience and resources to help you pursue full and fair compensation for all your losses, including lost wages and income, medical expenses, loss of companionship, and physical pain and suffering. For a free initial consultation, contact us online or call our office at (302) 777-1000.

Injuries Caused by Inadequate Lighting or Warnings

We handle all matters related to injuries suffered on someone else’s property, regardless of the cause. We will gather, assess and preserve all relevant evidence, and will prepare and file all documentation required by the courts. We will be your voice in all meetings or hearings, from the deposition of witnesses to settlement conferences or trial proceedings.

We take cases involving any type of injury sustained due to inadequate lighting or warnings, including serious and catastrophic loss, such as brain or spinal cord injury, broken bones, muscle or ligament damage, paralysis, and amputation or loss of limb. We also handle wrongful death claims. Attorney Hood will help you recover damages for all your losses, from lost wages and income or medical expenses to physical pain and suffering.

Contact Our Office

We meet with clients Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., and will set up an evening or weekend appointment upon request. Your first consultation is without cost or obligation.

To set up a private meeting with an experienced Delaware personal injury attorney, contact our office online or call us at (302) 777-1000. We will travel to your home or the hospital if necessary.

Michael J. Hood represents injury victims across Delaware including Wilmington, Newark, Middleton, Seaford, Laurel, Milford, Brookside, Claymont, Pike Creek, Wilmington Manor, Elsmere, Edgemoor, New Castle, Chester, Springfield, West Chester and Broomall. Also serving New Castle County, Kent County and Sussex County in Delaware.