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Accidents are unexpected. 


When someone is involved in an accident, serious concerns often arise.  

Will I be covered for my medical expenses?  

How will I recover money lost from time out of work?  

Am I entitled to compensation for my injuries?  

There are usually strict deadlines for the filing of certain applications, claims, and other documentation that will be vital to your ability to be medically covered, receive reimbursement, and ultimately obtain monetary compensation for your injuries.  

Here at Dell'Anno Law PLLC, we are ready to answer your questions and discuss your concerns, as well as fight for the justice and compensation you deserve.  Our practice includes representing accident victims in the following areas:

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents

    • Car Accidents

    • Motorcycle Accidents

    • Tractor Trailer Truck Accidents

    • Bus Accidents

  • Premises Accidents

    • Slip and Falls

      • Snow and Ice​

      • Negligent mopping

      • Leaky fixtures and appliances

      • Spills

    • Trip and Falls

      • Sidewalk Defects​​

      • Broken or defective walkways and surfaces

    • Staircase Falls​

      • Stairs in violation of applicable codes and regulations​

    • Ceiling Collapses

    • Falling objects

  • Elevator accidents

  • Lead poisoning

  • Fire injuries


Construction workers are regularly exposed to serious dangers while building the cities and towns that make up the lifeblood of our nation.  

The risks posed by construction sites make construction accidents unique from other personal injury accidents.  Construction accidents are often serious or fatal, and can leave the injured worker unable to perform the grueling nature of his lifelong occupation.  As a result of this legally-recognized heightened risk, laborers on worksites are often entitled to special protections under the law. 


Whether or not an injured worker is entitled to these special protections usually depends on the specific facts of his or her accident.  Call Dell'Anno Law PLLC today for a free consultation to discuss what protections and compensation you may be entitled to due to your work site accident, including accidents involving: 

  • Ladder Accidents

    • Defective ladders​

    • Improperly secured ladders

    • Improperly placed ladders

  • Fall Accidents & Scaffold Accidents

    • Defective scaffolds

    • Failure to provide safety equipment​

    • Failure to provide safety nets

  • Falling Object Accidents

  • Electrical & Power Line Accidents

  • Crane Accidents

  • Demolition Accidents

  • Machinery & Equipment Accidents

    • Saw blades & cutting blades​

    • Forklifts

    • Welding

    • Machinery Malfunction

  • Excavation Accidents

    • Improper shoring

  • Renovation Accidents


Even the best medical practitioners can make serious mistakes.  

And when they do, those mistakes can be life altering or deadly.  

If the life of you or a loved one was changed as a result of medical malpractice, Dell'Anno Law PLLC will provide a free consultation to help determine your legal recourse to compensation.  With years of experience in reviewing medical records and consulting with medical professionals and experts to determine the cause of a life-altering event or death, we can help you find out what went wrong, and what compensation you might be entitled to.  We can help analyze your situation, including those involving:

  • Pregnancy & Childbirth Malpractice

    • Brain-damaged infants

    • Negligent labor & delivery care

      • Failure to perform a timely cesarean section​

      • Failure to timely induce labor

      • Failure to properly evaluate fetal heart monitoring strips

      • Failure to properly deliver an infant

        • Erb's Palsy

        • Forceps injury​​

        • Umbilical cord injury

    • Negligent prenatal care

    • Negligent post-delivery care

  • Failure to Diagnose Cancer

  • Failure to Diagnose a Stroke or Heart Attack

  • Surgical Errors
    • ​Amputation error
    • Foreign Body Remaining in Patient After Surgery

  • Failure to Prevent Pulmonary Embolism or Blood Clots

  • Delayed Treatment

  • Misdiagnosis

  • Wrongful Death

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