Bicycle vs. car accidents can result in devastating injuries to the cyclist. If you feel your accident was caused by someone who acted negligently, legal recourse may be an option. Get in touch to learn more.
Being in a car wreck can unhinge your life and make it difficult to provide for your loved ones. If the accident wasn’t your fault, you should know that filing a car accident lawsuit in the state of Nebraska may allow you to receive compensation that can make the task of recovery possible.
Was your accident made worse by airbags that failed to deploy or were defective? Legal recourse may be an option.
Distracted Driving Accidents
Distracted driving leads to thousands of crashes every year. If you’ve been a victim of an accident caused by a driver who was distracted by their cell phone or any other type of distraction, legal recourse may be possible.
Was your accident on one of Nebraska’s many interstate highways? Our lawyers are experienced in highway and interstate crashes.
If your accident was caused by defective tires, our attorneys can hold those accountable liable financially.
Seat Belt Failure
Were your injuries made more severe by a seat belt that failed to work properly during a collision? You may be able to hold the manufacturers accountable.
Drunk Driving Accidents
If your car accident was caused by a driver who was under the influence of alcohol, you may be able to file a civil lawsuit against the responsible driver. Doing so can grant peace of mind.
Semi trucks and 18-wheelers cause some of the most devastating accidents on our state’s highways. If you’ve been involved in a serious truck accident, you may be able to seek compensation that can help pay for your medical bills, loss of wage costs, and more.
Have you been involved in a motorcycle accident with a larger, heavier vehicle? There’s a good chance your injuries are serious. If the accident was not your fault, you might be able to file a lawsuit against the other driver, thereby allowing you to receive financial compensation and help provide for your family during this tough time.
Were you injured in a pedestrian vs. passenger vehicle accident in Nebraska and do you feel the accident was caused by negligence? You may have reason to seek legal recourse.
Electric Scooter Accidents
If you were injured while using a rental e-scooter in Omaha, you may have grounds for legal action if the accident was caused by the negligence of another. Our law firm can help.
When we lose a family member in an accident or incident that wasn’t our loved one’s fault, it can be difficult to move on. When we’re faced with this situation, we have legal options. A wrongful death lawsuit will not bring back a loved one, but it may give a family peace of mind as well as ensure the guilty party doesn’t make the same mistake again.
If you’ve been a victim of a sexual crime or act of violence, legal options may be available to you. No one should have to suffer from these crimes and not have a voice. Get in touch with us to learn how we can help.
When a doctor, nurse, or other type of medical professional administers a wrong type of medication, performs a misdiagnosis, or otherwise makes a mistake that injures a patient, U.S. citizens have a legal right to file a lawsuit against the individual or institution. Doing so helps medical facilities nationwide improve their training procedures and staffing protocols, reducing the total amount of mistakes that occur every year.
If your newborn baby was injured during the labor and delivery process, it’s possible that the injury was caused by negligence. These types of injuries are referred to as birth injuries. Legal help if available in these situations.
Errors in the operating room can lead to devastating consequences. Surgical errors are one of the most common types of medical malpractice incidents and should not happen as often as they unfortunately do.
If you are seriously injured on someone else’s property due to the negligence of the property owner, you can get the financial help you need by filing a premises liability claim against the owner. These types of lawsuits are difficult to fight in court, but can succeed with the right lawyer on your side.
Nursing Home Abuse
Are our elderly loved ones safe in Nebraska’s nursing homes and long term care facilities? They should be. Unfortunately, the combination of understaffing and poor employee policies sometimes results in nursing home staff members who are negligent or abusive to residents.
Nursing Home Abandonment
Was your loved one left alone and neglected to the point of abandonment? Legal help may be available.
If your loved one has suffered from bedsores and you believe they were negligence-related, you should speak to our lawyers today.
Poor hygiene is just one common cause of illness and injury in nursing home residents and can be a sign that abuse or neglect is happening.
When we buy a product whether it be a drug, food, electronic device, healthcare item, toy, or vehicle, we trust that it will be safe and not harm us. When we become injured or suffer due to a defective product, we have a legal right to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer or retailer who caused the defect.
Ethicon Physiomesh Hernia Mesh
If you’ve had hernia repair surgery since 2010, it’s possible that your surgeon used a Physiomesh hernia patch. Ethicon’s Physiomesh hernia mesh can lead to serious complications such as adhesions and painful infections. Protect yourself by getting in touch with Welsh & Welsh. We can file a lawsuit against Ethicon on your behalf and ensure you get the compensation you need to have a full recovery.
Essure Birth Control
Have you suffered from complications after receiving an Essure birth control implant? Essure implants have been recalled, but you still may be eligible to receive compensation that can go towards recovery costs and more. To learn more, get in touch with us today.
Monsanto Roundup Weed Killer
If you were diagnosed with cancer after having repeated exposure to Roundup weed killer, manufactured by Monsanto, you may have grounds for legal action. The manufacturer may have withheld information regarding the dangerous chemicals and their effects on long-term health.
Our over-the-counter and prescription drugs are supposed to help us– not harm us. When we suffer due to negative side effects from a new drug on the market, we have a legal right to file a drug litigation claim against the manufacturer of the drug. Doing so may help protect others from getting harmed in the same way.
Back and Spinal Cord Injuries
Back and spinal cord injuries are common after a serious car crash. Without the proper medical care, a back or spinal cord injury can lead to lifelong pain, impaired movement, and other serious consequences. If your spinal cord or back was injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you may be able to file a claim against the guilty party.
Serious burns may result in a painful recovery, multiple surgeries and/or skin grafts, scarring, and even infection and/or death. If you’ve experienced serious burn injuries as a result of a car wreck or other type of accident that wasn’t your fault, legal help may be available to you.
Head and Brain Injuries
When you sustain an injury to the head, your sensitive brain tissue is at risk for becoming irreversibly damaged. If you’ve experienced a head injury, TBI, or MTBI/concussion that resulted in lasting damage, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim against the individual who caused the accident.
All pet owners have a responsibility to protect visitors from their animals. If you were attached and injured by an unprovoked dog, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the dog’s owner.
If you were diagnosed with mesothelioma and worked or lived in a setting in which you were exposed to asbestos, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit against the company you worked for if they knew about the existence of asbestos. Mesothelioma is a dangerous type of cancer and shouldn’t be taken lightly.
If you’ve been injured at work and you feel the incident might have been your employer’s fault, you may be eligible to file a work injury lawsuit against your employer. Learn what’s required here.