If you’re considering hiring a personal injury attorney, it’s vital to remember that all claims have a limited amount of time they must be filed for the case to be valid. This period is commonly referred to as the statute of limitations. Most personal injury statutes of limitations in Nebraska are limited to 1-2 years. Since different types of cases may have different statutes, you’ll need to reach out to an attorney to find out the precise requirements of your case.
Whether you were involved in a serious car accident, truck accident, or need help with a product liability or medical malpractice claim, we’re on your side. Contact our Nebraska office today to speak with an experienced Omaha personal injury lawyer who can walk you through the process of filing a claim. We’re happy to offer a no-obligation consultation at no cost to you and tell you if taking legal action is in your best interest.
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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.
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