Failing to Yield to the Proper Right-Of-Way. 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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Outside experts such as accident reconstruction experts may be necessary if the cause of the accident is in dispute.
If you choose to file a claim with an insurance company, you will need to provide them with information on the accident. They’ll assign an adjuster to your case and it will be investigated.
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