This article will outline some of the top questions our client have when thinking they may need a law firm or specialty lawyer to help them with their personal injury case in Nebraska. A Personal Injury Lawyer Represents Individuals Not Corporations Something you may not know, when you’ve been injured is that usually you are […]
What do Injury Lawyers Do?
Injury lawyers are attorneys that protect the rights of individuals when they’ve been hurt. They are the law firms that go up against big companies on your behalf. Often you don’t even realize there is a big company behind your injury.
Even your own insurance company isn’t on your side once you’ve had an accident. They know what your case is worth and are trained to be nice, but give you as little as possible.
Being in an accident that is not your fault is scary. Your whole life can be turned upside down. When an experienced law firm works with you, statistically you get a better outcome from your insurance company and from the opposing insurance company. You might think you’re going against an individual when you’ve been hurt […]
Nebraska Injury Lawyer Herb Friedman Answers This Important Question: What is a deposition? WATCH VIDEO: Injury Lawyer Herb Friedman Explains Depositions in Nebraska: If you file an injury claim in Nebraska, it is important to know what a deposition is, because chances are, you will be deposed at some point. A deposition is basically like an […]
Negligence is a civil wrong. A civil wrong is one person committing a wrong against another person where one person can claim damages.
Nebraska Injury Lawyer Tells You: How Does a Deposition Work? Can what you say in your deposition affect your case? Do you have to be deposed? How will a Nebraska Injury Lawyer help you prepare for your deposition? What will your Nebraska Injury Lawyer ask you in the deposition? What will the other lawyer ask […]
Published Friday December 17, 2010 Midlands Voices: Respect U.S. trial lawyers By Herb Friedman The writer, of Lincoln, is a past president of the Nebraska Association of Trial Attorneys. A Dec. 6 Midlands Voices article by attorney Mike Nelsen criticizes American trial lawyers and unfavorably compares them to British barristers. The American system of justice […]
Many of our clients ask us about “subrogation claims” that are being made in their cases. A subrogation claim happens when somebody other than the defendant’s insurance company makes payments for things like medical bills in you case.
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.
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?