Showing 4 posts from December 2023.
Cultivating Knowledge and Advocacy for Safer Journeys
In the wake of a fatal crash on Milton-Ellendale Highway in Milton, Delaware, on December 15, our hearts ache. Our deepest condolences to all those impacted by this tragedy.
This incident serves as a somber reminder to prioritize responsible driving practices, promote empathy on the roads, and acknowledge the vulnerability that all drivers share. More ›Share
In the unfortunate event that you are injured at work, it is crucial to understand the benefits you are entitled to under Delaware workers' compensation law, and how to access them. When you are dealing with an injury, mounting medical bills, and unpaid leave, you may need financial support without delay to be able to provide for yourself and your family. The workers' compensation attorneys at Morris James can help with this. More ›Share
A negligent security case arises when a person is the victim of a crime on someone else’s property due to the failure of the property owner to maintain reasonable security measures. Several different types of defendants could be liable, including business owners, landlords, property managers, and security companies that may owe a duty of care to the injured victim. As you navigate this complex area of premises liability, it is helpful to understand who the typical defendants are in a negligent security action. More ›Share
A negligent security claim is a type of premises liability claim. Premises liability laws vary slightly from state to state, but generally categorize visitors to a property into three groups: invitee, licensee, and trespasser. In this article, we look at the different types of visitor to a property and how that affects a property owner’s liability in a negligent security lawsuit. More ›Share