What We Do
Delaware’s Injury And Medical Malpractice Lawyers For Over 60 Years
The Experience Needed For Tough Injury Cases and the Commitment To See Them Through
A serious injury impacts all parts of your life. Aside from the physical injury, it can be mentally and emotionally devastating. Serious injuries can also create financial problems. You could have significant medical expenses, and your injury may prevent you from supporting yourself and your family.
With skilled, experienced legal counsel on your side, you can focus on your physical recovery while your lawyers focus on your financial recovery. Since 1959, people across Delaware have relied on the injury lawyers of Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP to help them recover full and fair compensation.
Meet Our Attorneys
Richard A. DiLiberto, Jr.
Timothy E. Lengkeek
Neilli Mullen Walsh
A Team Of Attorneys Ready To Help You Rebuild Your Life
We have dedicated our professional lives to helping people who have been injured or killed by someone else’s negligent or reckless actions. We take on every type of injury or wrongful death claim, whether it involves a motor vehicle accident, an act of medical malpractice, a workplace injury, a defective product and more.
Whatever the cause of your injuries, you can rely on our attorneys and staff to handle your case the right way from the very start. Over our six-decade history, we have helped many people recover substantial settlements and verdicts at trial. As a result, we have the resources necessary to hire experts, develop the evidence and give your claim for damages every chance for success.
See The Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP Advantage
Put Our Determined Trial Advocates In Your Corner
$3.6M jury verdict against a neurosurgeon for a patient who suffered partial paralysis following neck surgery
$1.8M jury verdict for a young man who died as a result of the malfunctioning of a surgical stapler
$2.8M settlement award against a hospital and a cardiac surgeon for a brain injury suffered by a teenage girl during the course of a cardiac procedure which utilized circulatory arrest