Woodbury County At Welsh & Welsh, we believe in the importance of teamwork. Attorneys James R. Welsh and Christopher P. Welsh have established a strong record for results by working together in order to get maximum compensation for victims of negligence. Our team approach to personal injury and wrongful death cases has helped people in our home of Omaha and throughout Nebraska, as well as the surrounding parts of Iowa, Kansas and Missouri.
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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.
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.
A personal injury attorney also provides you objective opinions about your case so that you can make the best possible decision that isn’t clouded by fear, anger, frustration, stress and other emotions many injury victims understandably experience.
An injury lawyer may also recommend seeking medical treatment to document the relationship between the accident and the injury.
One common piece of advice from Welsh And Welsh is not to provide a statement to the other driver's insurance company since it will simply look for ways to deny liability.
Welsh And Welsh lawyers interpret medical and insurance jargon and get through the maze of paperwork required in personal injury cases.
Welsh And Welsh personal injury attorney can walk a client through the system with the finesse of a professional tour guide. They help you understand complicated legal procedures.
A personal injury lawyer can explain how an accident and different legal issues affect a person's rights. Different states have different laws pertaining to the statutes of limitations or how comparative negligence affects a case.
Common examples of personal injury practice areas include motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, defective products, workplace injuries and medical malpractice.
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