Personal Injury Lawyers and Accident Attorney in Nebraska

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.

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.

Welsh & Welsh are experts in car accident attorneys, truck accident lawyers, medical malpractice lawyers, nursing home abuse, and more. Contact us today! 

Services Offered:

Welsh & Welsh PC, LLO

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Omaha NE, 68114 USA

402-552-8760

Counties we are serving in NE

Work Performed Below are projects we have completed for clients and the cities they were in along with client reviews.

  Near Primrose, NE 68655

Welsh And Welsh can help you make up for lost wages, pain, and suffering, and provide compensation for injuries suffered.

Ellen G.
  Near Spalding, NE 68665

A personal injury lawyer helps individuals who have sustained injuries in accidents to recover financial compensation. These funds are often needed to pay for medical treatment.

Ellen G.
  Near Newman Grove, NE 68758

Lawyers generally show up on the worst day of a person's life. Welsh And Welsh are always there to save your life.

Ellen G.
  Near Boone, NE 68620

When a patient is given the incorrect medication, or they receive a prescription label that is incorrect, they may medically suffer due to harmful side effects or reactions with other medication.

Ellen G.
  Near Ashland, NE 68003

Medical malpractice lawsuits are complex to fight in court. Hospitals and medical professionals tend to do everything in their power to avoid having to pay an innocent victim and their family for errors they were at fault for.

Ellen G.
  Near Arlington, NE 68002

Medical malpractice occurs when a patient is injured, harmed, or otherwise caused to suffer by negligent or careless actions taken by a medical professional in a facility or institution.

Ellen G.
  Near Fremont, NE 68026

Subsequent brain and head injuries may additionally make past injuries—including concussions—more severe. This is why it’s imperative to vigilantly seek medical care after any type of head injury.

Ellen G.
  Near Fremont, NE 68025

Brain injuries are difficult to diagnose and generally require brain scans. The recovery process may take years and require lengthy surgeries, costly treatments, and intense physical therapy.

Ellen G.
  Near Wahoo, NE 68066

Brain and head injuries can be incredibly dangerous if left untreated. The brain is one of the most delicate organs inside the body, and brain injury symptoms often appear in a delayed manner due to the way the brain interprets pain.

Ellen G.
  Near Avoca, NE 68307

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 3.4 percent of Nebraska drivers reported driving after drinking too much.

Ellen G.

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