Lincoln Injury Blog

Taking action following a car accident

The holiday season is a time of joy and togetherness; however, it is also a time in Nebraska where accidents occur at an increased rate. Due to holiday shopping, trucks making frequent deliveries for orders, there are holiday events, family gatherings and work and social parties. he roads are filled with an increase in vehicles and large commercial trucks. This also increases the chances for distracted, reckless and intoxicated driving.

Even a minor collision can have devastating effect. Thus, no matter the severity of an accident, it is important for victims in Nebraska and elsewhere to understand their rights and options. At Linscott Law, our experienced legal team understands that the aftermath of a car accident can be overwhelming. However, we are well versed in the applicable laws, and we know what rights and options our clients have.

Following a car accident, law enforcement will conduct investigation. While this information is important when it comes to determining the cause and liability in the crash, our law firm seeks to obtain any and all details of the accident. Thus, we are prepared to conduct further investigation, collect all medical documents, obtain witness accounts and consult with experts. This should help uncover necessary details that could help prove that a negligent driver caused the crash and is therefore liable for the resulting injuries, damages and losses.

To learn more, check out our law firm's personal injury website. No matter the cause of the crash, how many were involved or when it occurred, victims may be able to take action following the crash. This could mean filing a personal injury action, which could help with applying accountability on a negligent driver and with the pursuit of compensation.

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