A Father and Son Team of Lawyers Dedicated to Results
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.
A Team of Trial Attorneys
Our motto: The world is full of litigators. There are few trial attorneys. We are trial attorneys.
Plenty of lawyers can push paper around on your behalf. However, when the time comes to go to court and take your case before a judge and jury, not every lawyer can do this. We can. We are fully prepared to take every personal injury and wrongful death claim to court if that is what it takes to get maximum compensation.
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Nebraska Revised Statute 60-6, 146 establishes who has the right-of-way at intersections and on the highway. At an intersection, the driver on the left is to yield to the driver on the right in the event they arrive at the same time. A driver merging onto a highway from a lane or ramp should yield to main traffic. Failing to do so can cause an accident.
Welsh & Welsh is currently accepting Syngenta litigation claims from all Nebraska corn farmers who have been affected by the 2014 export crisis. Our law firm’s Syngenta litigation claims are not part of a mass tort lawsuit.
Nebraska is one of the top three states that produces most of our nation’s corn. During the year 2015, only two states (Iowa and Illinois) grew more corn than Nebraska. We produced over 1.6 billion bushels to be exact. This is a fact that makes many Nebraska farmers proud every day.
If your car accident was caused by a driver who was under the influence of alcohol, you may be able to file a civil lawsuit against the responsible driver. Doing so can grant peace of mind.
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