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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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When a truck driver is overtired, they may fall asleep behind the wheel and cause a disastrous accident. Even while awake, fatigue can cause lapses in judgement.
There may be a moment where you just want to drive away from the scene, but this won’t help you solve the matter. Waiting for police and reporting the incident will get it on record that could help you with your case later.
You may be angry after a fender bender but shouting and blaming the other driver isn’t going to help you. It’s best to remain calm and get the information you need.
The severity of a burn can range from minor to life-threatening. Burn injuries, especially the severe ones, often require months of treatment. Permanent scarring and disfigurement can happen.
A side-impact collision is also known as a T-bone crash. All it takes is for a driver to not pay attention—they could accidentally run a stop sign or not slow down to let a vehicle turn and hit the side of the car
These are usually the most severe and may also result in fatalities. The front of the car hits another vehicle, an animal, or a fixed object. If the car is traveling at high speeds, the impact can hurt the driver and passengers inside the vehicle.
Most of the above causes are completely or at least partially avoidable. If all Nebraska drivers did their part to obey the laws of traffic, pay attention to the road, and drive cautiously whenever appropriate, we could avoid a large percentage of our state’s auto collisions.
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