Recovering after a serious injury or accident can be difficult, but when that injury or incident was caused by the careless, reckless, or otherwise negligent actions of another person or corporation, the recovery process can seem needlessly brutal. You may feel like the entire world is collapsing. You may wonder if that individual or company will harm someone else next. You may wonder if the American justice system has perhaps left your side.
We’re here to tell you that there is always hope. You’ve come to the right law firm. At Welsh & Welsh PC, LLO, our Omaha personal injury lawyers are committed to helping residents in Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri obtains justice and ensure they can provide for their families after a tragic injury. With our help, you won’t have to wonder if a reckless drunk driver may get behind the wheel again. Lawsuits send a message that’s impossible to ignore. Personal injury claims are also civil matters and can be filed in addition to criminal charges.
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A personal injury lawyer can explain how an accident and different legal issues affect a person's rights. Different states have different laws pertaining to the statutes of limitations or how comparative negligence affects a case.
Common examples of personal injury practice areas include motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, defective products, workplace injuries and medical malpractice.
If you’re looking for an attorney that will handle accident victims or who are wondering how an injury lawyer might be able to help them.
Outside experts such as accident reconstruction experts may be necessary if the cause of the accident is in dispute.
A personal injury lawyer can explain how an accident and different legal issues affect a person's rights. Different states have different laws.
There are numerous different forms of medical malpractice. Most result from negligent actions or inactions.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 3.4 percent of Nebraska drivers reported driving after drinking too much.
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.
Just in 2016, there were almost 4,500 auto accidents related to distracted driving, and 144 of those incidents occurred because of cellphone use.
One common piece of advice from Welsh And Welsh is not to provide a statement to the other driver's insurance company since it will simply look for ways to deny liability.
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