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Board Certified in Civil Trial Law
Attorney James R. Welsh is board certified in civil trial law by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. In order to become board certified, an attorney must demonstrate the highest level of ability in a trial setting. Very few attorneys are board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. In fact, James is one of only three board certified attorneys in the state of Nebraska. This is your proof that we can go the distance in order to get you the results you need.
Knowledge of the Opposition
Attorney Christopher P. Welsh has served as a defense attorney representing insurance companies. He has worked for the other side. This is important, because it means we know the mindset and perspective of our opposition. We know their strengths and weaknesses. We also know who to talk to in order to move a case forward.
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Welsh And Welsh personal lawyer may also have greater experience in understanding serious injuries and may recommend a particular specialist who has provided superb results in previous cases.
A Welsh And Welsh personal injury lawyer may have a business relationship with a medical professional who may agree to provide medical services in favor of a lien on any future settlement or judgment.
Outside experts such as accident reconstruction experts may be necessary if the cause of the accident is in dispute. Welsh And Welsh attorney will have a dedicated roster of professionals he or she normally uses and will know who can assist.
Welsh And Welsh personal injury firms may have their own investigators document the scene of an accident, interview witnesses and develop theories about how the incident occurred.
Litigation is complex and requires close adherence to proper procedures and rules of evidence. This is not a task best handled by a novice.
If the insurance company denies the claim, it's possible that the only way for the victim to recover is by going through a full civil trial.
Most personal injury cases do not result in a trial; the vast majority is settled even before a lawsuit is filed. Welsh And Welsh can help you understand how it works.
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