Month: July 2017

July 27, 2017 Trial Law

Why Jurors Should Care About Civil Cases

“Jury duty is a drag!” Granted that spending the day at the courthouse isn’t most people’s idea of a good time, serving on a jury is an important civic duty. When it’s your turn to serve, know that not only does justice depend on you, but we all depend on you: your neighbors, your co-workers,…

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July 25, 2017 Personal Injury

Strict Liability in Nebraska Dog Bite Law

Dog bites can cause serious and long-lasting harm. A dog bite can cause scarring, serious infections, and long-lasting psychological trauma. In many cases, the worst scars occur on the hands and face, leaving victims with disfiguration that may adversely affect their self-image or the way they are perceived by others. If you are bitten, it…

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July 21, 2017 Personal Injury

Preparing For Your Deposition

Our clients have come to us because something horrible happened to them. Most of our clients have suffered severe, life-changing injuries. The aftermath of an accident is difficult to deal with, and attending a deposition may cause added stress. We take the time to fully prepare our clients for deposition. We strive to ensure that…

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July 19, 2017 Personal Injury

Was I Injured By A Defective Product?

As consumers, we have an expectation that the products we buy are safe and will work properly. But every year roughly 38 million people seek medical attention for injuries related to a consumer product. People are injured or killed by defects in the design or manufacturing of cars, electrical appliances, medical devices, nursery products, children’s…

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July 17, 2017 Personal Injury

Nebraska Water Parks, Safety Tips

Kids love to splash around at the water park during summer. Many adults may enjoy the rush of the water slides, too. While you and your family are having fun, keep in mind that water parks are dangerous and accidents happen. Across the nation about 10 people die from unintentional drowning every day, two of…

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