Just like in most states, Nebraska personal injury lawyers normally do not charge for your case until you win or settle. The amazing thing about a personal injury law firm, is that they are in it with you. They do not take any money until you win or settle, and they pay up front for […]
What kinds of Activities are Considered Distracted Driving? Today I’m going to tell you a little bit about what kinds of activities people engage in while driving that Nebraska law recognizes as “distracted driving”. You’ve just been in an accident with a driver who was driving erratically, or who pulled out in front of you […]
Nebraska Injury Lawyer: Darrel Parker Was Coerced Into Confessing to Murder He Didn’t Commit 60 Years Ago Why would you confess to a crime you didn’t commit? What is the Nebraska Wrongful Conviction Act? Who qualifies to receive compensation under the Nebraska Wrongful Conviction Act? How could a Nebraska Injury Lawyer help a person in Nebraska who has […]
Omaha, Nebraska car accident: Dan Friedman tells what you should know: A two vehicle car crash sent 7 people to hospital. The crash happened at 9:25 Sunday Night at 42nd and H Streets in South Omaha, Nebraska Police reports say that a Nissan Pathfinder traveling south on 42nd Street, lost control and collided with a […]
Most of my clients have never been involved in a lawsuit and only know about them from what they see on television or the movies.
Clients often think that that is the end of the case and they should be paid at once. If they are force d to file suit clients feel like THEY are on trial, as opposed to the person that caused the accident in the first place. The reason this happens is that the at-fault drivers almost always simply admit that they caused the accident. In Nebraska, this kind of admission ends any and all inquiries into the nature of the defendant’s negligence.
We are frequently asked by our clients why their insurance companies have to pay for medical bills when they were injured because of someone else’s negligence. It is easy to understand why this seems odd. Why should your health or auto insurance carrier have to pay for medical bills if someone else was at fault?
We are frequently contacted by people that have been injured on someone else’s premises; such as slipping on ice or falling down stairs. Just because you are injured on someone else’s premises, the owner is not necessarily liable for your damages.
We receive dozens of inquiries every month from people that think that they were injured due to negligence on the part of a doctor or other health care professional. Contrary to reports in the media, these cases are usually unsuccessful