Personal Injury Lawyer Professionals

When it comes to personal injury cases by the numbers, your chances of being involved in an incident are unfortunately quite significant. With millions of car accidents occurring in the U.S. annually, averaging one accident every ten seconds according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, auto accidents are still at the very top of the list. However, several people … Read More

Jury awards woman shot by her ex-boyfriend $100,000 for pain, suffering

A Lancaster County jury Tuesday found that a woman’s ex-boyfriend owes her $100,000 for her pain and suffering after shooting her last year, leaving a bullet lodged near her spine. Paul Boye, 33, wasn’t at trial. He’s currently locked up at the Omaha Correctional Center, serving a 10- to 15-year sentence on a second-degree assault charge for what happened Feb. … Read More

Picking the Right Personal Injury Attorney

If you have been injured in an accident or as the result of an assault, dog bite, medical malpractice, and you need an attorney, how can you tell if you got the right attorney? First, your attorney should be experienced.  He should have a decade or more of practicing law in the area of law you require, and also work … Read More

Medical Malpractice

We trust physicians and hospitals with our health and even our lives, but, because healthcare providers sometimes make mistakes, claims for medical malpractice are an unfortunate necessity. An experienced trail attorney can help you exercise your rights to be put back into the position you would be in had the mistake never happened. To some extent, most medical malpractice claims are … Read More

Free Speech Isn’t Always Free

The 1st Amendment, inter alia, protects citizens from prior restraint of speech by agents of the federal government and was incorporated to the states through the 14th Amendment; however, freedom of speech is not absolute. Numerous lawsuits are filed for torts involving “free speech,” including defamation, negligence, false light invasion of privacy, and tortious interference with a business expectancy, to … Read More