Your Life Worth Less Than Dollar to GM: Nebraska Auto Accident Lawyer Tells Disturbing Truth

Nebraska Auto Accident Lawyer

GM Wasn’t the Only One at Fault for Brooke’s Death. Nebraska Auto Accident Lawyer Reveals Truth: Brooke almost died 4 days before her 29th birthday. She was driving her 2005 Chevy Cobalt when the power steering and the brakes suddenly shut off. She was able to narrowly avoid an accident and got the car towed […]

How Much Car Insurance Should You Buy – And What Type? Nebraska Injury Lawyer Answers Question:

Nebraska Injury Lawyer

Nebraska Injury Lawyer Talks About Insurance Requirements on Your Car What is ‘Liability Insurance’? Why do you need Liability Insurance? What dollar amount in liability insurance does a Nebraska injury lawyer recommend you carry? What dollar amount does Nebraska law require you carry? How much money does it cost for a Nebraska Injury Lawyer to […]

50-year-old Karen Williams, of Lincoln Nebraska Dies after Truck-Car Collsion

Friedman Law Offices Researching Truck-Car Collision Lincoln Nebraska  police say a woman injured in the accident has died. According to the Lincoln Journal Star, police say 50-year-old Karen Williams, of Lincoln, was injured Thursday morning when a pickup truck collided with her car at an intersection. The accident happened about 7:30 a.m. Officials say Williams […]

Herb Friedman Injury Attorney | Truck Accidents are different than other Passenger Vehicle Accidents. What you need to know: Friedman Law offices Truck Accident Attorneys


Herb Friedman, Truck Accident Attorney: Our clients who have been involved in truck accidents and perhaps sustained an injury, often think the rules regarding large trucks are the same as.. [read more] Friedman Law Offices Truck Accident Attorneys

Nebraska Attorney | Answers Questions about Car Accidents in Open Intersections


One of the most consistently difficult types of car accident cases is the case of a collision that takes place in an open intersection. An “open intersection” is one where there are no traffic control devices – no stop lights, no stop signs or yield signs – where the rules of the road are that the driver on the left simply yields to the driver on the right. A lot of times, people who have had the right of way and been involved in these kinds of collisions are surprised to find out that the insurance adjuster is telling them that the accident was partially their fault.