Third Party Liability Lawyers Delaware

Vicarious Liability Attorney Serving Delaware

The term third party liability, or vicarious liability, is a legal concept referring to one party being legally responsible for the actions of another when damage or injury occur. This is regardless of the fact that there was no active involvement in the incident by the liable party. Individual persons as well as corporate and business entities can be found liable in a Delaware Third Party Liability Lawsuit.

Common at fault third parties in Delaware can include:

Contractors/Subcontractors

Parents/Legal Guardians

Employers

Corporations/Corporate Entities

Manufacturers

Equipment Maintenance Organizations

Examples Of Third Party Liability Injury Cases In Delaware

 In today's legal environment there are several different scenarios implicating a party in a vicarious liability lawsuit such as:

Contractors can be charged with vicarious liability if their subcontractors do not fully complete a job or are found guilty in contract violations.

Parents, as well as legal guardians, can be charged with vicarious liability if their child's actions inflicts damage, harm or injury to a person or property.

Employers can be party to a vicarious liability lawsuit as well. There can be a variety of circumstances such as sexual harassment, discrimination and workers compensation suits.

Manufacturers of certain items of technology may be liable in a vicarious liability suit.

Contact a Delaware Third Party Liability Attorney 

The premise behind third liability lawsuits in Delaware is to ensure proper parties are held responsible when harm or damage occurs. A skilled attorney who is familiar with the complicated nature of these cases can help guide through the legal process if you have been injured. The Freibott Law Firm offers free consultations to accident and injury victims. Contact Mr. Freibott at 302 633 9000 or 302 227 9559. You can also email the firm here. The Freibott Law Firm charges no fee unless they recover for you.