Legal services offices, also called legal aid offices, employ staff lawyers to provide legal help to clients with disabilities or a child with a disability. The lawyers are usually experts in the types of problems that their clients most often encounter.
Pro bono programs help low-income people find volunteer lawyers who are willing to handle their cases for free. These programs usually are sponsored by state or local bar associations.
Delaware Insurance Commissioner’s Office
resolve conflicts, file complaints with insurance companies and health care providers
Delaware Volunteer Legal Services
legal services provided at no cost to low-income families
Disabilities Law Program (DLP)
individual advocacy, referral services, community education, and self-advocacy training
Long Term Care Ombudsman Program
intermediaries for resolving issues around long-term care