Under Nebraska law, people who suffer work-related injuries are entitled to benefits on a no-fault basis. This means that workers can get benefits for their lost income and medical expenses, even if their accident was their own fault.
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When something major happens in our lives, a lot of us discuss the events on social media, often to keep friends and family members informed. However, after a workplace injury, posting on Facebook may jeopardize your workers’ compensation claim, even if the post has nothing to do with your injuries.
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.
Almost everyone these days has a smart phone. It sometimes feels like it is impossible to get away from the constant texts, emails, Snapchats and social media updates. But as tempting as it is, is it legal to text while driving in Nebraska?
Pedestrians in Lincoln generally are safe when they're out walking. Drivers know to look out for them and give them plenty of room. Safety is a priority for everyone. Unfortunately, a man was killed recently when he was out walking.
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.
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.
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