Many people might think that the job of a Lincoln, Nebraska, personal injury attorney consists almost exclusively of going to court and making a vigorous case against a party who caused a car accident so that an injured Nebraskan can get compensation for their losses.
June 2017 Archives
Like most other states, Nebraska law prohibits so-called texting and driving, a habit which, as many Lincoln residents know, is becoming more and more common in our digital age, even though it is very dangerous and can easily lead to car accidents.
Although people in other parts of the country might not think of Nebraska as a great state for outdoor activities, residents of Lincoln and other parts of Nebraska recognize that this state in fact has many lakes and other recreational areas that are wonderful for boating, water-skiing and other fun activities, particularly during the warm summer months.
In addition to helping injured workers who suffer injuries while on the job, our law office also helps other Nebraskans who have been injured through the negligence of another person. We represent people in Lincoln and throughout Nebraska who have been injured in car accidents, because of dog bites or as the result of some other set of circumstances.
Nebraska roadways are often heavily laden with traffic, especially during rush hours and busy work days. Even if you're a most cautious driver, you never know when someone's negligence will cause you to be in a collision. If you were carrying out work duties when your accident occurred, you will undoubtedly face several challenges as you navigate the workers' compensation system. The process is seldom without obstacles, and knowing to what you are entitled and where to turn for help is often crucial in obtaining maximum care.
As this blog has discussed previously, truckers who work in and around Lincoln, Nebraska, can get injured on the job in a number of different ways. In addition to the possibility of having a full blown collision or rollover incident, a trucker has to watch out for loading and unloading and other injuries as well.
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